David S. Stringer

David Stringer’s practice focuses on domestic and international energy and oil and gas transactions.

His recent experience includes representing energy companies, master limited partnerships, and private equity funds and their portfolio companies in oil and gas acquisitions and joint ventures. In addition, he regularly handles general corporate matters and other commercial transactions in the upstream, midstream, downstream, and oil field services sectors.

David serves on the advisory board of the Institute for Energy Law and is a member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators.

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Areas of Practice 1) Corporate, 2) Mergers and Acquisitions, 3) Energy, 4) Oil & Gas Shale Plays and 5) Energy Projects
Law School Tulane University Law School
Admitted Year 2011
Education Cornell University (B.A. 2003)
Bar Member / Association Texas and New York
Most recent firm Jones Day
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