Structuring Oil and Gas Purchase and Sale Agreements: Key Considerations and Provisions
Letters of Intent, HSR, Due Diligence, Tax, Allocation of Risk, Indemnities and More
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide energy counsel on the critical factors to consider when entering into a PSA, the essential considerations for structuring a PSA, and strategies to consider for allocating risk between purchaser and seller.
- Letter of intent
- Binding provisions
- Non-binding provisions
- Environmental due diligence
- Tax considerations
- Key provisions
- Reps and warranties
- Allocation of liabilities and indemnities
- Allocation of purchase price
- Purchase price, adjustment to purchase price, and payment
The panel will review these and other crucial issues:
- What are the critical factors to consider when entering a PSA?
- What are the essential provisions when structuring PSAs?
- What issues frequently arise when structuring PSAs and what strategies should be used to allocate risk?
John T. Bradford
Liskow & Lewis
Mr. Bradford practices energy and natural resources taxation, finance, and corporate law at the state, federal, and... | Read More
Mr. Bradford practices energy and natural resources taxation, finance, and corporate law at the state, federal, and international levels. He advises clients on the tax and business consequences of specific acquisitions, dispositions, financing, joint ventures, hedging activities, and day-to-day business operations. He has extensive experience in the energy and natural resources industry, having practiced for more than 18 years as a tax lawyer for Exxon Corporation (now ExxonMobil Corporation), in energy and natural resource investment banking at JP Morgan Securities, and advising clients as a principal in KPMG LLP's Washington National Tax practice.Close
Bruce M. Flowers
Kane Russell Coleman & Logan
Mr. Flowers, a Director of the Firm, practices in the Litigation, Environmental, Energy, Construction and Insurance... | Read More
Mr. Flowers, a Director of the Firm, practices in the Litigation, Environmental, Energy, Construction and Insurance Sections. He has significant experience in drafting contracts and litigating contractual disputes. For more than 20 years, he has aggressively represented clients in prosecuting and defending against claims in both state and federal courts and arbitration, and in a diverse number of matters. He has also served as the mediator in more than 50 cases.Close