TEXAS713.936.9620 COLORADO720.863.4012
A Team of Experienced Attorneys Prepared to Help You We Can Handle Your Legal Matters from Start to Finish

Regulatory Compliance in the Oil & Gas Industry

Your Law Firm from Start to Finish

Every day, the oil and gas industry faces new regulations. Whether it involves the aptly named Texas Railroad Commission (“RRC”), the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Bureau of Land Management (“BLM”), FERC, or the EPA, Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC, has the oil and gas attorneys and staff with the experience to handle your regulatory compliance issues.

For our Texas clients, the RRC is king when it comes to oil and gas regulation. Operators can go online and file permits, check local and statewide rules, and ensure they followed all the steps in the process. Many of our oil and gas attorneys have years of experience as landmen, working closely with the Railroad Commission permitting wells, obtaining rule exceptions, and protesting denials. Spending time on the other side of the business has given our attorneys and KMD a unique understanding of the RRC and helps us guide our clients through any issues they may be having.

Much of the land in the Western States is subject to BLM control and regulation. Operating and working with the BLM can be a complicated process and the attorneys at KMD offer years of experience and familiarity with the BLM and can pass the value and benefit of that knowledge along to our clients.

Whether your exploration and production company needs help protesting a denied RRC or BLM permit or you need to ensure FERC compliance for your natural gas pipeline and storage facility, the attorneys at KMD are here to help.

Don’t hesitate to call us at (713) 936-9620 to learn more.

Our Blog

Recent Posts
  • PROP 112 Deenergizing Colorado: A Statutory Perspective

    Author – Tyler J. Cox, J.D. Contributing Editor – Scott C. Kearney, J.D. Editor – Ashley L. Glassman, J.D. Editor – Rollin C. Wood, J.D, LL.M Prologue ...

    Continue Reading
  • New Financial Planning Tool - Able Accounts

    To the relief of many families, the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act is to be implemented soon in Texas. The federal ABLE Act was passed ...

    Continue Reading
  • Will-Based Estate Planning Versus Trust-Based Planning

    Estate planning comes in two basic flavors: will-based estate planning and trust-based estate planning. Deciding on which to use depends heavily on ...

    Continue Reading