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Hogan Lovells US LLP

700 Louisiana Street
Suite 4300
Houston, TX 77002
United States

Major industry players repeatedly turn to Hogan Lovells in Houston for advice. In a city that is home to 27 Fortune 500 companies (the second highest number in the United States) and widely known as the energy capital of the world, our transactional, litigation, regulatory, and intellectual property lawyers meet a range of client needs.

Our litigators are experienced in resolving complicated disputes in Texas and around the world. And our transactional lawyers are experienced in acquiring, developing, financing, and selling energy and infrastructure projects. Clients in the oil and gas industry; infrastructure funds and developers; financial institutions; and engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractors turn to us for counsel.

Our intellectual property lawyers handle the full gambit of contentious and non-contentious matters. They understand highly technical tort and commercial matters involving multiple parties and jurisdictions, and the application of foreign and domestic law.

Representative Experience

Advised Japanese exploration and production company in joint venture to build the world’s largest post-combustion carbon capture-enhanced oil recovery project.

Represented a major oil and gas company in the development of a CO2 processing facility, a CO2 pipeline, a gas fired peaker plant, and related oil and gas enhanced oil recovery project.

Defended major energy company in a lawsuit by a Texas city relating to the provision of energy requirements contract.

Represented an oil and gas company in the negotiation of a US$3bn LPG supply arrangement with a Houston-based company.

Represented Refinería del Pacífico Eloy Alfaro CEM in the development and financing of a US$12bn oil refining complex in Ecuador.

Represented pioneer in automated pharmacy field in patent infringement litigation relating to technology utilized in nursing home and extended care facilities.

Represented an oil and gas company in the potential development of a pipeline between Colombia and Venezuela.

Defended publicly traded drilling contractor against arbitration brought by its customer relating to the loss of a drilling rig on the outer continental shelf.

Jennifer Smith ranked in International Arbitration

Chambers Global, 2015

Bruce Oakley ranked in Litigation: General Commercial

Chambers USA, 2015

Maria Boyce ranked Best Lawyers in America

2015- Present
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