Companies rely on Jeanine Feriancek to draw on her extensive legal experience and industry knowledge to provide solutions to the challenges their businesses face. She represents and counsels clients in the acquisition, divestiture, and financing of oil and gas properties and mineral properties ranging from coal to precious metals and industrial minerals. She also represents clients in transactions relating to mines, gas storage facilities, pipelines, and gas processing plants.
In the course of her practice, Jean has advised clients on a wide range of issues relating to mineral conveyances, federal, state, fee, and Indian mineral and oil and gas leases, exploratory and secondary recovery units (oil and gas), logical mining units (coal), and mining claims. She also examines title to mineral and oil and gas properties in the Rocky Mountain states, and conducts and manages title due diligence.
Experience : Extensive experience relating to exploration and development of minerals and oil and gas in negotiating and analyzing:
Joint operating agreements
Joint venture agreements
University of California, J.D., 1980
University of Denver, B.A., 1977
Bar Admissions : Colorado
Professional and Civic Affiliations:
Natural Resources & Environment, Insights Editor
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Member
Colorado Bar Association, Mineral Law Section, Past President
Institute for Energy Law, Executive Board, 2006-2011
American Bar Association, Natural Resources, Energy and Environment Section, Member