Oil & Gas
OIL & GAS
Making the right business decisions at the right time is essential to staying competitive and profitable in a rapidly changing oil and gas industry. At McMillan, we leverage local expertise and international relationships to help clients succeed in today’s intricate economic and regulatory climate. Of Canada’s top energy law firms, our leading team of professionals offer longstanding experience and knowledge of where the industry has been and where it’s going.
With extensive transactional and regulatory energy experience, McMillan’s oil and gas lawyers advise clients across the entire industry at every stage of the petroleum lifecycle. We serve as trusted legal counsel to oil and gas leaders and innovators, including explorers and producers, oil sands, transportation, refineries, petrochemical plans and facilities, LNG plants and facilities, retailers, engineering and oilfield services.
Consolidation and expansion are recurring themes in the oil and gas sector. McMillan’s oil and gas lawyers have significant experience with complex mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and other commercial contracts and agreements. Whether you are an acquirer, a target, a board of directors, a financial advisor or an investor, we work closely with you to create effective strategies, manage deals, reduce legal risk, and negotiate terms unique to you and your business objectives.
Our oil and gas lawyers work closely with other professionals of the firm, drawing on their depth of knowledge in employment and labour, corporate finance, joint ventures, tax, litigation, environmental and regulatory law. Committed to developing a deep understanding of your business and its challenges, we provide unique legal solutions that navigate change, mitigate risk and maximize business potential.
INSIGHTS (49 Posts)
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Alberta Government Passes Bill 12, Liabilities Management Statutes Amendment Act, 2020 – What You Need to Know
Supreme Court of Canada Opens the Door to Novel International Human Rights Claims: The Uncertain Implications for Canadian Resource Companies
Lost in Transition: Working Through the Silence Surrounding Leasehold Interests in the Construction Act’s Transition Provisions
Challenges and Opportunities for Canadian Investors in Brazilian Insolvency Proceedings: Lessons from the IBA’s 2019 Global Restructuring Conference
Alberta Court of Appeal Dismisses Property Tax Appeal: Municipalities are Not Secured Creditors for Taxes Assessed on Pipelines, Wells and Other Linear Property
Supreme Court of Canada Allows Redwater Appeal: Regulator entitled to super-priority for abandonment and reclamation costs
Out with the old and in with the new: transitioning from Ontario’s old Construction Lien Act to the new Construction Act
Appeal Dismissed: Decision of the Alberta Court of Appeal in Re Redwater Confirms Paramountcy of BIA
Government of Canada Provides Valuable Guidance on National Security Review of Foreign Investment in Canada
The Province of Alberta’s Climate Change Plan (sub nom. Western Canadian Oil Producers Dancing on the Head of a Pin)
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