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Bryan M. Street - Fort Worth, TX

Oil & Gas Star-Telegram Building309 West 7th StreetSuite 915 Fort Worth, TX 76102

Updated: 02/07/2024

Fort Worth Oil and Gas Lawyer

Overview

Mr. Street is an Oil and Gas Attorney licensed in both Texas and New Mexico with over a decade of experience in preparing Oil and Gas Title Opinions including Drilling Opinions, Division Order Title Opinions, Leasehold Opinions, Acquisition Opinions, and other opinions related to oil and gas title matters. He has experience in preparing oil and gas related contracts and preparation of Mineral Deeds, Royalty Deeds, and other conveyances of oil and gas related interests...

Mr. Street is an Oil and Gas Attorney licensed in both Texas and New Mexico with over a decade of experience in preparing Oil and Gas Title Opinions including Drilling Opinions, Division Order Title Opinions, Leasehold Opinions, Acquisition Opinions, and other opinions related to oil and gas title matters. He has experience in preparing oil and gas related contracts and preparation of Mineral Deeds, Royalty Deeds, and other conveyances of oil and gas related interests. He also has experience in assisting clients with oil and gas related transactions, matters related to Oil and Gas Law, and other questions related to Title law.

Mr. Street started his legal career in Midland - the heart of the Permian Basin, as a title examiner at the Stubbeman law firm in downtown. He lived and worked in Midland almost eight (8) years before making the transition to Fort Worth. During that time, he gained valuable experience (both professional and personal), established numerous friendships, and gained a deep appreciation for the spirit and rugged individualism of the men and women that earn a livelihood in the oil and gas industry. After leaving Midland, he started his own law firm and during that time wore every hat from the janitor to the managing member, with his practice eventually being based in northern Fort Worth. Upon starting as an associate at Dawson Springman, he made the transition to downtown living in Fort Worth after securing a lease in the Historic Kress Building, about a block away from Sundance Square and two (2) blocks from his office in the Fort Worth Star Telegram building.

Prior to graduating law school at Texas Tech University, Mr. Street acquired a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Texas Tech, and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder. During that time, he had internships at BPAmoco Oil Company and The Dow Chemical Company and graduate research positions at both Universities.

About Bryan M. Street

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Associate

Practice Areas

  • Oil and Gas

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2007
  • New Mexico, 2011

Specialties and Certifications

  • Licensed by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law

Other Affiliations

  • State Bar of Texas (Member)
  • State Bar of New Mexico (Member)
  • Oil, Gas and Energy Law Section of Texas State Bar (Member)
  • Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section of Texas State Bar (Member)
  • Natural Resources/Energy/Environmental Law of New Mexico State Bar (Member)

Past Positions

  • The Dow Chemical Company, Intern
  • BP Amoco Oil Company, Intern
  • Research assistant at Texas Tech
  • Research assistant at University of Colorado
  • Stubbeman Law Firm, Title Examiner

Education

  • Texas Tech University School of Law, Lubbock, Texas, 2007
    Doctor of Jurisprudence
    Honors: cum laude
  • Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, 2000
    B.S.
    Honors: magna cum laude
    Major: Chemical Engineering
  • University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, 2004
    M.S.
    Major: Electrical Engineering

Fees

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

Oil & Gas Star-Telegram Building309 West 7th StreetSuite 915 Fort Worth, TX 76102

Fax

  • 888-482-2724

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