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COVID-19 and What You Need to Know About the Impact on the Renewable and Traditional Energy Sector


Speaker(s): Bryan E. Loocke, Peter C. Marshall
Recorded on: Sep. 9, 2020
PLI Program #: 305183

Bryan Loocke, is an accomplished transactional lawyer who represents public and private clients in a variety of domestic upstream and midstream oil and gas transactions, with a particular emphasis on acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures in unconventional oil resource plays and the Gulf of Mexico.

Bryan is highly experienced in leading complex deals that require multidisciplinary teams. Bryan has represented clients in midstream and upstream transactions in virtually all conventional and unconventional oil and gas producing basins in the lower 48 states, the Gulf of Mexico and offshore California.

Over the course of nearly two decades he has been involved in a wide range of transactions including drilling participation agreements, farmouts, operating agreements, gathering and transportation agreements, rig agreements, production payments, preferred equity investments and traditional and mezzanine financings.

Bryan’s oil and gas transactional practice has been recognized by Chambers USA in 2019 and 2020, and Legal 500 has recognized Bryan as a “Next Generation Lawyer” in Energy Transactions: Oil and Gas from 2018-2020.


Peter Marshall’s legal practice focuses on representing private equity funds and other financial sponsors in acquisitions, dispositions and equity financing transactions. His work spans a range of industries, including infrastructure, renewables, consumer technology, healthcare and retail.

Peter’s experience extends to financings in the middle of the capital structure—preferred equity, joint ventures, and other special situations work.

Peter’s renewables practice has been recognized by Chambers USA in 2020, and by Legal 500 in 2019 and 2020.

Peter is a member of V&E’s Hybrid Capital Task Force and Renewables Task Force.