Houston, Texas 77010
As a member of the Energy Practice Group, Austin Elam maintains a broad transactional energy practice that includes energy finance and the acquisition, development and disposition of oil and gas properties. He has represented lenders and borrowers in secured reserve based financings, project development and project finance, and negotiated oil and gas purchase and sale agreements and a variety of other transactions ranging from gas gathering agreements to ISDA Master Agreements and Schedules.
Austin has represented clients in connection with oil and gas plays in the Eagle Ford, Bakken, Haynesville and Marcellus Shales. He also has experience in the alternative energy arena, including solar energy project financing and a financing in connection with an oil recycling refinery.
|Areas of Practice||1) Energy, 2) Energy Finance, 3) Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, 4) Pipelines and Gathering and 5) Mergers and Acquisitions|
|Law School||Georgetown University Law Center (J.D.,2010)|
|Education||Southern Methodist University (B.A., 2007)|
|Bar Member / Association||Texas State Bar Associations|
|Most recent firm||Haynes and Boone, LLP|
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