Thursday, July 27, 2022 | 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. CT
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In this webinar, Patrick Knapp, Reagan Marble, Ben Rhem, and Taylor Holcomb provide an overview of how the midstream water business is among the fastest-growing segments of the oil and gas industry. This webinar covers current legal topics affecting the industry segment, including title issues, seismic-restricted areas, and current regulations regarding recycling and reuse. The following topics include:
- Welcome & Introductions | Pat Knapp
- Produced Water: The Next “Title” Wave of Litigation | Reagan Marble
- SRAs: Texas’ Response to Seismic Activity (and Other Regulations) | Ben Rhem
- Rinse & Repeat: Reusing Recycled Produced Water | Taylor Holcomb
Meet Our Speakers
Patrick Knapp is an energy attorney in Jackson Walker’s Dallas office with experience handling corporate transactions and litigation as in-house and outside counsel to domestic and international upstream, midstream, and downstream energy companies. His experience extends to virtually all forms of petroleum commodity marketing and logistics, including pipelines, terminals, gathering and processing facilities, rail, maritime, truck transportation, blending, and refining.
Reagan M. Marble focuses on complex energy litigation and transactions throughout Texas and New Mexico. He assists landowners and companies develop, produce, sell, or dispose of their non-traditional natural resources including water (saltwater disposal agreements, freshwater sales contracts, and water joint operating agreements); sand (sand and gravel leases, sand supply contracts, and sand mine purchase and sale agreements); sun (solar leases); and wind (wind leases).
Benjamin R. Rhem advises clients in the power generation, oil and gas, and mining industries regarding compliance with federal and state environmental laws. He works regularly before the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Ben’s practice also extends beyond environmental law, as he assists clients dealing with regulatory issues before Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, the Railroad Commission of Texas, and Mine Safety and Health Administration.
Taylor Holcomb focuses on the development and permitting of domestic energy projects, ensuring compliance with state and federal laws, and defending against claims brought by administrative agencies and environmental activist groups. He has practiced before a variety of federal, state, and local agencies, including the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Texas Railroad Commission, the Public Utility Commission of Texas, the New Mexico Environment Department, and the Environmental Protection Agency.