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Altus and EagleClaw Announce All-Stock Business Combination

Altus and EagleClaw Announce All-Stock Business Combination; Creates a Leading Pure-Play Permian Integrated Midstream Company With a Capital Return Focus Background Image

Vinson & Elkins advised BCP Raptor Holdco, LP, the parent company of EagleClaw Midstream, in an all-stock business combination with Altus Midstream Company. The combination forms the largest integrated midstream company in the Delaware Basin with an estimated enterprise value today of $9 billion.

The V&E corporate team was led by partners Keith Fullenweider and Doug McWilliams, counsel Crosby Scofield and senior associate Robert Hughes, with assistance from associates David Lassetter, Alex Turner, Phillip Turpin, David Smith, Chandler Jones, Alex LewisLawrence Nelson, Libby Gerstner and Autumn Simpson. Other key team members include partners John Lynch and Lina Dimachkieh, senior associate Brian Russell and associate Adam Bateman; partner David Wicklund, senior associate Caitlin Snelson and associates Joe Higdon and Jeremy Gopin; partner Shane Tucker, counsel Dario Mendoza and associate Mary Daniel Morgan; partner Matt Dobbins and associate Kelly Rondinelli; counsel Damien Lyster and associate Bree Sinclair; associates John McEntire, Alicia Vesely, Zach Parker and Rob Vezina; and partner Sean Becker.

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