Tony Guerino brings more than 20 years of experience in energy and environmental litigation involving oil exploration and production disputes. He has served as lead counsel in energy-related matters throughout the United States and major producing areas around the globe. Prior to becoming an attorney, he worked as a petroleum and natural gas engineer, giving him a background in many of the technical aspects of his clients’ industry. He brings strategic guidance and practical experience to his clients. In addition to serving as lead counsel in energy exploration and production litigation, Guerino also represents energy industry clients in contract disputes and business torts. In 2011, he was named a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, one of the state’s top legal industry honors.
Tony has represented major E&P companies, oilfield service companies, drilling contractors, independent operators, working interest owners and pipeline transportation companies. His client work includes resolution of disputes involving complex energy industry matters related to Upstream Oil and Gas Operations, including Joint Operating Agreements, Purchase and Sale Agreements, Royalty Agreements, Pipeline Ruptures, FPSO construction, Subsurface Well Failures, Field Development Agreements, Fracking, Underground Trespass and Contamination, Crude Oil and Natural Gas Gathering, Transportation and Storage.
He also helps his clients evaluate and monitor risk and liability concerns at the contract drafting and negotiation stage of domestic and international projects.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Tony Guerino II