Derek J. Anchondo focuses his practice on domestic and international oil and gas and energy transactions.
Derek’s oil and gas practice experience covers both domestic and international transactions, including upstream exploration and production activities, offshore drilling, the purchase or supply of crude oil or natural gas, joint operating agreements, the procurement of equipment or services, and engineering, procurement and construction.
His energy law experience covers complex domestic and international transactions, including mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, financing transactions, joint ventures, construction, international law related to maritime/offshore and shipping matters in the energy industry. He advises clients on United States regulatory filings, anti-bribery compliance, environmental regulatory compliance, and corporate compliance. He has experience in shipbuilding contracts, vessel repair and modification agreements, and supply and towing contracts for maritime vessels. He has also supervised and participated in high-level tax litigation in foreign jurisdictions.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Derek J. Anchondo