Structuring Preferential Rights to Purchase in Oil & Gas Transactions: Triggers, Assignment and Enforceabilty
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance for energy counsel on preferential rights to purchase in oil & gas transactions. The panel will examine key considerations, including triggers, implications on title, implications for future transactions, and consents to assign. The panel will also discuss best practices for addressing the structure, assignment and enforcement of preferential rights.
- Key considerations
- Triggering events
- Implications on title
- Implications for future transactions
- Best practices
The panel will address these and other key questions:
- What are the drafting challenges with preferential rights and assignments?
- What implications might preferential rights in an oil and gas property have on the deal?
- What impact does a consent to assign provision have on future transactions?
T Brooke Farnsworth
Farnsworth & vonBerg
Mr. Farnsworth focuses his practice on energy, business and commercial litigation. The matters he handles include... | Read More
Mr. Farnsworth focuses his practice on energy, business and commercial litigation. The matters he handles include natural gas contracts interpretation and application of federal and state regulation in both state and federal courts; preferential right to purchase disputes; operating agreements, farmout agreements, joint venture agreements and related disputes between working interest owners; and drilling and well-servicing contracts, master service agreements, liens and related matters.Close
Watt Beckworth Thompson Henneman & Sullivan
Mr. Watt focuses his practice on general civil litigation, oil and gas law, and oil and gas litigation, including... | Read More
Mr. Watt focuses his practice on general civil litigation, oil and gas law, and oil and gas litigation, including extensive trial and appellate work. In oil and gas matters, he has represented clients in all phases of the upstream and mid-stream exploration, development, and production sector, and besides representing parties in these areas, has also served both as an arbitrator and a mediator in numerous energy-related mattersClose