Jarrod Gamble represents oil and natural gas exploration and production (E&P) companies, energy companies and private equity-backed firms in a broad range of oil and gas transactions, including the purchase, sale and financing of E&P properties, processing plants and pipeline systems. His experience includes assisting in the asset acquisition and drilling over federal and fee lands in Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas and Wyoming.
Prior to entering legal practice, Jarrod was a landman, managing land, legal, and lease issues for significant land plays in Oklahoma. During law school, Jarrod was Graduate Research Assistant to Professor Owen L. Anderson as well as a Judicial Extern to the Appellate Referee of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, where he assisted the Appellate Referee in contested hearings before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
Recent Notable Matters
Sabalo Energy, LLC — divestiture of produced water gathering and recycling infrastructure assets in the Midland Basin to H2O Midstream LLC, including negotiation of long-term produced water gathering, disposal and recycling agreements
Apache Corporation — $612 million asset sales in the Western Anadarko Basin and the SCOOP/STACK play
TC Energy Corporation — approximately $1.275 billion sale of US midstream assets held by its subsidiary, Columbia Midstream Group, to a subsidiary of UGI Corporation
Eni Petroleum US LLC — acquisition of 30 percent interest and a follow-on deal for remaining 70 percent and operatorship of the Oooguruk oil field in Alaska from Caelus Natural Resources Alaska, LLC
Independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company — sale of approximately 8,600 net acres in Regan and Upton County, Texas for approximately $137 million
Independent oil and natural gas exploration and production — $131 million divestiture of 13,800 net acres and 30 producing wells in Reeves, County Texas
Independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company — sale of certain oil and gas properties in Ward County, including 46 producing wells and operated position across Bone Springs and Wolfcamp formations for approximately $70 million from an undisclosed buyer
Energy infrastructure company — acquisition of wells and leasehold located in a CO2 Flood Unit producing from the Wolfcamp formation, consisting of approximately 125 producing wells and more than 30 Bcf of injected CO2 in place