Today’s geopolitical climate is rapidly evolving thanks to the growth of shale production,” said Luellen. “It’s revolutionizing America’s energy landscape, changing the industry’s future, and bringing some significant domestic opportunities.
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) June 05, 2013
Jack Luellen, managing partner with the energy law firm of Burleson LLP in Denver, will speak at Energy Investment Forum 2013 on June 11 at the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco. The national event will bring together energy experts, utility companies, money managers, and institutional investors to address key issues in the debate surrounding renewable energy and natural resource investment opportunities.
Luellen will participate in a panel discussion titled, “Natural Gas: Is It the Key to Energy Independence?” The session, which will begin at 3:30 p.m., will cover shale gas, the risk and return outlook, technology improvements to make drilling safer, growing uses of liquefied natural gas, transportation, region-specific opportunities, and best practices for investing.
“Today’s geopolitical climate is rapidly evolving thanks to the growth of shale production,” said Luellen. “It’s revolutionizing America’s energy landscape, changing the industry’s future, and bringing some significant domestic opportunities to those interested in investing in this critical natural resource.”
Luellen is a seasoned attorney who concentrates his practice in oil and gas law with an emphasis on litigation. He has represented a broad range of industry clients, from exploration and production companies to midstream enterprises, including operators, gatherers, marketers, and service sector entities.
Luellen has litigated a number of matters related to operations, royalties, environmental issues, and contracts. He provides counsel on issues regarding hydraulic fracturing and well-specific activities, and routinely advises companies on regulatory concerns, representing clients before a number of state regulatory agencies. In addition to oil and gas transactional matters, he also handles leases and equity financings for exploration and production companies.
Joining Luellen, Skip Coomber, trustee of the San Diego Foundation, will participate as the session’s moderator, and Dipak Sinha, president of Petro Consultants, will serve as a panelist.
The conference will also feature discussions on a range of other topics, including clean energy technologies, climate control, policy and regulation, institutional and sustainable investing, and project financing.
About Burleson LLP
With more than 135 attorneys in offices in Houston, San Antonio, Midland, Pittsburgh, and Denver, Burleson LLP is the largest full-service law firm in the country devoted specifically to the oil and gas industry. We are unique in being on the ground in the key markets serving the unconventional shale plays, and we bring a distinct blend of legal understanding and technical skill to our practice. Our attorneys have worked as petroleum engineers, chemists, landmen, and geologists, and more than a third have served as inside legal counsel for oil and gas companies. These qualifications – combined with Burleson’s broad geographic reach and comprehensive scope of services – have earned the firm a reputation for providing clients with the most seasoned, energy-specific legal services team the industry has to offer. For further information, visit http://www.burlesonllp.com.