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About Tyler

Tyler Lohse advises clients in general corporate matters, including private and public offerings of debt and equity securities and other capital markets transactions, as well as Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting and compliance obligations. He also represents buyers and sellers in mergers and acquisitions, such as stock and asset purchases and sales, private equity investments and joint ventures.

Tyler offers clients a unique perspective having clerked in the Asset Management Unit of the Enforcement Division at the SEC in New York City while in law school.


Recent Notable Matters

Kinder Morgan, Inc. — $1.25 billion offering of senior notes

Great Plains Energy Incorporated — revised stock-for-stock merger of equals transaction with Westar Energy, Inc., creating a company with a combined equity value of approximately $14 billion, and with nearly 13,000 MW of generation capacity and more than 51,000 miles of distribution lines

Lillis Energy, Inc. — three separate transactions consisting of a three-year $50 million credit facility; acquisition of 2,798 net acres located in the Delaware Basin from OneEnergy Partners, LLC; and a preferred stock issuance

Allegiance Bank — $40 million offering in fixed-to-floating rate subordinated notes due 2027

Phillips 66 — $600 million offering of floating rate notes of Phillips 66 exchangeable into floating rate notes of Phillips 66 Partners LP, the first offering by a sponsor of an MLP of debt securities that are exchangeable at the option of the sponsor into debt securities of an MLP

TechnipFMC plc — represented BofA Merrill Lynch and Wells Fargo Securities, as the exclusive dealer managers, in offers to exchange $800 million of senior notes issued by FMC Technologies, Inc. for new senior notes issued by its parent, TechnipFMC plc, and related consent solicitations by FMC Technologies, Inc.

Global Infrastructure Partners — majority position in a preferred equity investment of up to $250 million in Caprock Midstream to fund the expansion of Caprock’s natural gas gathering and processing assets in the Permian Basin



University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law,
Vanderbilt University,

Bar Admissions

*Not licensed to practice in New York


Fluent Spanish


Houston Young Lawyers Association