Alex Miron is an Associate on the Capital Finance and Real Estate team in the firm’s Houston office. Alex advises clients on domestic M&A in connection with oil and gas assets acquisitions and divestitures.
His experience includes drafting and negotiating asset purchase agreements, merger agreements, terminalling agreements and other midstream contracts. His finance experience includes the representation of lending institutions and borrowers in commercial financing transactions.
Alex is a Certified Public Accountant, licensed in Arkansas. Prior to law school, he worked as an audit associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers focused in the oil & gas industry. During law school, Alex clerked for a large downstream company headquartered in Houston.
Alex successfully completed the Fullbridge Program in September 2017.
- Represented a global investment bank’s private equity arm in a preferred debt and warrant investment of $35 million (with the ability to invest up to $185 million over the term of the investment) alongside an infrastructure focused private equity firm in a holding company to acquire existing regulated water and wastewater treatment facilities and for future similar acquisitions.
- Represented an exploration and production client in the acquisition of oil and gas assets.
- Represented a major global energy company in an extensive internal review and summary of all project documents and commercial agreements relating to the company’s entire wind energy project portfolio in the United States, including wind energy projects in Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Pennsylvania, South Dakota and Texas.
- Assisted in the representation of a majority owner of a successful stalking horse bidder in a $18 million purchase of oil and gas assets located in Colorado from a Chapter 11 debtor.
- Assisted in the representation of the Special Committee of the Board of Directors of the General Partner of DCP Midstream, LP in its securing of an option to acquire up to a 30 percent ownership interest (representing a potential capital investment of approximately $400 million) in two 150,000 bpd natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionators to be constructed within Phillips 66’s Sweeney Hub in Old Ocean, Texas.
- Assisted in the representation of an electric corporation in a $80 million financing.
- JD, University of Houston Law Center, cum laude, Journal of International Law, Order of the Barons, 2017
- MAcc, University of Arkansas, 2011
- BS, University of Arkansas, 2010
- Certified Public Accountant in the State of Arkansas (non-practicing)
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