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Babst Calland’s Energy and Natural Resources Practice Group represents energy companies across the country on a variety of matters. Energy clients receive support from our highly-focused, multidisciplinary legal team.

Babst Calland’s energy attorneys work collaboratively with in-house counsel, executives, and outside advisors to provide timely and cost-effective legal strategy and representation.  Our energy clients come to us for our decades of experience on environmental, land use, pipeline safety, construction, litigation, energy title, transactions, real estate, and employment and labor matters.

Babst Calland represents E&P and midstream companies in many of the most active shale plays including the Marcellus, Utica, Permian, Eagle Ford, San Juan, SCOOP/STACK, Powder River, Alaska and Williston, among others. We understand each geographic footprint and tailor legal strategies accordingly, with a deep knowledge of state regulation and local jurisdictions.  Our attorneys are key advisors on a myriad of issues related to oil and gas transactions, due diligence, state and federal regulatory matters, local government challenges, lease disputes, royalty interest determinations, and title examination.

As one of the nation’s most respected energy law firms, Babst Calland is a legal and regulatory resource for renewables clients nationwide. Our renewables clients benefit from the firm’s decades of experience throughout the energy space. Our attorneys take a proactive approach, helping clients achieve their business and sustainability objectives while minimizing risk. Our experience allows us to guide your business to maximize opportunities and overcome challenges of the complex and ever-changing patchwork of federal, state, and local incentives and restrictions related to renewables.

Our energy clients are the beneficiaries of Babst Calland’s strong, seasoned, and diverse legal team with the necessary experience to provide well-planned strategy to pre-empt or react to whatever challenges lie ahead, whether the issues revolve around natural gas production, midstream or pipeline operations, renewable project siting, petrochemical processing or petroleum refining, or best business practices applying environmental and energy law and regulations.


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“Our success in attracting and maintaining energy clients is attributable to two basic principles. First, we devote significant time and resources to understanding the complex laws that apply to the energy industry. Second, our attorneys collaborate with each other to provide our energy clients with practical, timely and efficient legal advice.”

– Joseph K. Reinhart

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