Richard B. Noulles has over 30 years of legal experience. His clients consist primarily of major and independent oil & gas companies. His practice includes defense of class action litigation and other complex commercial litigation. He also represents individuals and other entities in commercial litigation.
Rick's recent experience includes the defense of oil & gas royalty class action lawsuits, the defense of adverse title claims to producing oil & gas properties, handling disputes over operator tights on oil & gas properties, and representation of the beneficial interest owner of nearly $1 billion in oil & gas assets in several lawsuits relating to the beneficially held assets.
Rick has been involved in a variety of community organizations, including service as President of the Gatesway foundation for developmentally disabled individuals.
Areas of Concentration
Class Actions/Multi-District Litigation
Energy, Oil & Gas
Litigation (State & Federal)
Author: "What is required for gas to be a marketable product in Oklahoma?" Oklahoma Bar Journal, Vol. 85, No. 2, January 18, 2014
Author: "Post-Production Movement of Natural Gas in Oklahoma: Is it Gathering? Transportation? Or Somewhere in the Mittelstaedt?", Oklahoma Bar Journal, Vol.82, No. 11, April 16, 2011