Dan Rogers is a partner in the Global Transactions Group and practices in the firm's Houston office. His practice centers on the acquisition, development, project financing and operation of oil and gas, petrochemicals and other energy-related infrastructure projects, where he represents sponsors, lenders, suppliers, transporters, processors, operators and marketers in all aspects of the international energy value chain.
In particular, Mr. Rogers has extensive experience in connection with projects and transactions involving commodities such as LNG, LPG and natural gas liquids, natural gas, crude oil, gasoline, ethylene, biodiesel, vegetable oils, methanol, MTBE, coal, steel, water and electricity. He also has experience in shipping and ship finance, upstream oil and gas mezzanine financings, energy-related mergers and acquisitions, international joint venture and project structuring, and complex project risk analysis, allocation and mitigation.
Mr. Rogers has written numerous articles and spoken at several conferences on legal and commercial issues affecting the natural gas and LNG industries. He was ranked as one of the leading energy attorneys in Texas in the 2005 Chambers USA and Chambers Global guides, and was recently included in the International Who's Who of International Oil & Gas Lawyers for 2004 and 2005.
Education and Professional Background
- University of California at Irvine, B.S., 1988
- Southern Methodist University School of Law, J.D., 1991
- Admitted to practice: Texas, 1991
- Associate at Griggs & Harrison, P.C., 1991-1996
- Senior Attorney, VICO Services, Inc., 1996-1998
- Assistant General Counsel, Enron Corp. (General Counsel of Global LNG and Middle East Business Units), 1998-2002