Doug Eyberg, head of Gardere's energy team and a member of Gardere's board of directors, combines a broad corporate/securities and M&A background with an energy transactions practice. He has served as lead counsel for many transactions, including many multibillion-dollar deals.
In his corporate practice, Doug has extensive experience assisting clients with mergers and acquisitions, stock and asset acquisitions and divestitures, joint ventures, partnerships, limited partnerships, strategic alliances, private equity and venture capital transactions, corporate finance, business structuring, and general corporate and contract matters involving public and private companies in various industries.
In his energy transactions practice, Doug has extensive experience as lead transaction attorney in upstream, midstream and downstream transactions in the oil and gas industry; in generation, distribution and renewable transactions in the power industry; in various transactions in the energy service sector; and in project development and project finance transactions. He has represented a variety of multinational energy companies, exploration and production companies, pipelines, midstream and downstream facilities, project developers, service providers, utilities, independent power producers and energy private equity funds.
Doug has been based in Houston since 1976, and from 1998 through 2004, he was a member of a major New York-based international law firm.
— Lead corporate counsel for Marcellus producer in credit facility arrangement.
Lead counsel for major energy company in sale of interests in Gulf of Mexico oil and gas properties for in excess of $5.5 billion.
Lead counsel for multinational energy company in divestiture of oil and gas properties in Wyoming for in excess of $1 billion.
Lead counsel for energy company in substantial Marcellus/Utica to Gulf Coast natural gas liquids pipeline joint venture, with fractionation plant and marine export terminal in Louisiana.
Lead counsel for energy company in disposition of two natural gas processing facilities in Texas.
Lead counsel for pipeline company in acquisition of two substantial natural gas storage facility complexes in Mississippi for $550 million.
Lead counsel for major energy company in refinery acquisition.
Lead counsel for energy private equity fund in debt and equity transactions involving refinery.
Lead counsel for oilfield services company in divestiture by stock transaction.Lead counsel for oilfield services company in sale of minority interest to private equity firm.
Lead counsel for sale of power plant in Texas.Lead transaction counsel in development of petroleum coke-fired power plant and related terminal facility in Texas.
Lead counsel for energy company in divestiture of U.S. solar assets.
Lead counsel for utility in purchase of solar facility in Texas.