Mauel, John G
John Mauel has more than 20 years of experience in handling the development, financing, acquisition and disposition of domestic and international oil, natural gas and electric power projects.
His oil and gas experience includes the purchase and sale of producing and non-producing properties and the purchase and sale of midstream assets such as gas processing plants and pipelines.
Mauel is familiar with the full range of agreements involved in the exploration, development and production of oil and gas, including oil and gas leases, joint operating agreements, production sharing agreements and drilling contracts.
His electric power experience includes acquisitions, dispositions and project financings.
He is proficient with each major project agreement involved in gas-fired electric power projects, including long-term power purchase agreements and structured tolling arrangements.
Mauel has recently acted as lead outside counsel on several major liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects and transactions, including LNG receiving terminals, LNG export projects and LNG sale and purchase agreements. Mauel also has substantial experience with consortium structuring involved in complex energy projects.
He is a co-leader of Pillsbury’s Energy and Infrastructure Projects Group and the Houston Finance Practice Section Leader and a member of Pillsbury’s Governing Board.
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