Carl E. Glaze
Carl, having practiced law since 1976, has represented clients in a wide range of facets of the oil and gas industry for more than 35 years. Having begun the practice in commercial litigation, Carl transitioned into practice in the energy space as an Assistant Attorney General, first as a member then as the head of the Land and Mineral Resources Section of the Energy Division of the office of the Texas Attorney General under General Mark White. That Section represented the General Land Office of Texas and the Texas Railroad Commission. Afterwards, Carl worked for TXO Production Corp for several years. After participating in the liquidation of major portions of that company by its parent, USX, Corp., Carl spent a number of years as a solo practitioner representing independent oil and gas companies in a transactional practice. Carl joined Jackson Walker in 2007.
B.A., University of Texas at Austin
- Plan II Honors Program
J.D., University of Texas School of Law
United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
- Oil and gas asset acquisition and divestiture transactions, including both documentation and due diligence.
- Representing oil companies in leasing and other landowner matters.
- Landowner representation regarding their dealing with energy companies, including oil and gas companies pipeline companies, regarding matters such as mineral leasing, oil and gas drilling surface use issues, lease compliance issues, seismic licensing, and pipeline easements.
- Representing oil and gas companies in their dealings with one another including such matters as farmouts, joint operating agreements, and joint development agreements.
- Representing oil and gas companies in their dealings with contractors, suppliers, product purchasers, and product treatment and transportation.
- Representing midstream companies in their dealings with one another and with landowners and oil and gas companies.
- Various oil and gas regulatory matters.
- Representing companies and capital providers, both equity and debt, in their dealings with one another.
- Rockwall Area Habitat For Humanity, Board Member and President
- Rockwall Helping Hands, Board Member
- Rockwall Soroptomist House, Board Member
- 4H Project groups, Volunteer leader
- Corinth Presbyterian Church, Elder
The AAPL Form 610-2015 Model Form Joint Operating Agreement, given to the Dutch Treat Wildcatters, February 2017
- State Bar of Texas, Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Section
- Dallas Bar Association, Energy Law Section