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Can Consent Be Withheld Arbitrarily in the Oil Patch?

USA - December 10 2018 The Texas Supreme Court heard oral arguments last week in a case that has the potential to alter the landscape of the industry. In Barrow-Shaver...


Fifth Circuit Sets Dangerous Precedent for Oil-and-Gas Class Actions

USA - November 10 2018 Earlier this week, in Seeligson v. Devon Energy Production Co. LP, the Fifth Circuit reversed a Texas federal court’s decision to certify a class of...


The Neverending Story: “Fixed” vs. “Floating” Royalties in Texas

USA - August 14 2018 The Texas Supreme Court and our Courts of Appeals have now been struggling for years with the elusive distinction between “fixed” and “floating”...


SCOTX: When An “Offset Well” Is Not An Offset Well

USA - June 11 2018 As I wrote in a recent blog post, oil-and-gas leases will often include an offset drilling clause. Such clauses stipulate that, if a well is drilled...


Oil and Gas Law: 2Q18 Update

USA - May 29 2018 The second quarter of the year has seen plenty of activity at the intersection of the energy industry and the law. These are just some of the...