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Sweetwater Energy Law Firm
For more than 40 years, the firm has immersed itself in traditional forms of energy, such as oil and gas law, as well as wind and solar law...
For more than 40 years, the firm has immersed itself in traditional forms of energy, such as oil and gas law, as well as wind and solar law...Wetsel, Carmichael, Allen, & Lederle, L.L.P., in Sweetwater, a leading energy law firm in Texas, provides comprehensive representation regionally and across the U.S. to landowners, oil and gas companies, renewable energy companies and other parties involved in both oil & gas and renewable energy projects.
For more than 40 years, the firm has immersed itself in traditional forms of energy, such as oil and gas law, as well as wind and solar law. The firm's attorneys handle everything from negotiating and drafting landowner lease agreements, negotiating easements, defending condemnation proceedings and other litigation to advising companies and local governments on tax abatement issues and everything in between.
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About Wetsel, Carmichael, Allen, & Lederle, L.L.P.
Previous Law Firm Name
- Wetsel & Carmichael, LLP
- Energy Law
Classes and Seminars
- “Texas Tax Abatements”, 2009 Civil Law Seminar, Texas District and County Attorneys Association, Dallas, Texas, May 27, 2009
- "Solar Energy-Toward a Unified Energy Lease," Lone Star Solar Summit, Sweetwater, Texas, April, 2009
- "Landowner Issues in Wind & Solar Leasing," New Mexico Landmen's Association Spring Seminar, Roswell, New Mexico, May, 2010
- “10 ½ Most Important Wind Lease Clauses”, Texas Tech School of Law, April, 2013
- “Avoid Voidance – How to Draft Oil and Gas Legal Descriptions in Compliance with the Texas Statute of Frauds,” The Center for American and International Law, May 2, 2013, and May 14, 2015, Houston, Texas
- “Selected Issues in Multi-Party Lease Negotiations,” Wind Energy Law Symposium, Texas A&M School of Law, November 15, 2013, Fort Worth, Texas
- "What it Takes to Put Together a Wind Energy Project," State Bar of Texas CLE Webcast, Wind Energy Law Update, February 20, 2014, Austin, Texas
- “Earth, Wind & Fire: A Discussion of Current Trends and Issues in Water, Wind and Solar Leases”, Texas Bankers Association Real Estate, Oil & Gas Conference, San Antonio, Texas, March, 2014
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207 Oak StreetP.O. Box 78 Sweetwater, TX 79556
Monday-Friday: 8am - 12pm, 1pm - 5pm
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