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Oil, Gas and Energy Law Conference

May 1-2, 8-9 and June 26-27, 2008

Sutherland Partners Paul B. Turner and Chad E. Mills and Counsel Harlan E. Murphy are participating in the Oil, Gas and Energy Law seminar in Texas.  The course will be held May 1-2, 2008, in Houston, May 8-9 in Dallas and June 26-27 in Austin.  Paul and Chad are Co-Chairs of the event, and Chad is speaking on contracts and deal structures for LNG projects.  Harlan is presenting the "ABCs of Electricity Transactions."

This course is a concentrated review of oil, gas and energy law for the advanced practitioner.  It will focus on important aspects of energy law today, including joint ventures and strategic alliances, joint operating agreements, natural gas contracts, wind energy, nuclear energy, LNG projects, ethics, Texas Railroad Commission issues, failure to deliver or receive the commodity, electricity transactions, ERCOT, FERC initiatives in deregulation of gas and power, biofuels and other renewable energy, climate change legislation, insurance and indemnity issues, choice of entity, and confidentiality and consulting agreements in the energy business.

For more information and to register for this event, click here.

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