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Jeremy A. Tripp
Jeremy A. Tripp
Associate — Energy Transactions & Projects
Associate — Energy Transactions & Projects

Jeremy A. Tripp

Jeremy A. Tripp
Houston

1001 Fannin Street
Suite 2500
Houston, TX 77002

Jeremy A. Tripp

Experience Highlights

  • Texas Central Partners as project counsel in the development of a high speed rail project between Houston and Dallas (ongoing)

  • Sixth Street Partners in a range of transactions, including multiple acquisitions of wind and solar assets and operational matters in connection therewith

  • Represented numerous companies, including upstream and midstream oil and gas companies, in negotiating and documenting commodity swaps and interest rate swaps with major financial institutions and other swap providers

  • Private equity fund in its approximately $1 billion back-levered acquisition (by way of joint venture) of a portfolio of wind and solar assets from a global conglomerate

  • Goldman Sachs Renewable Power Fund in its acquisition of a 142 MW portfolio of solar power generation assets from a subsidiary of Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation

  • Global Atlantic Financial Group in the $1.175 billion acquisition from Southern Power of a 33 percent minority interest in its solar portfolio (comprised of 26 operating solar facilities representing approximately 1.7 gigawatts of capacity)

  • Goldman Sachs Renewable Power Fund in the $350 million acquisition from Marina Energy, a subsidiary of Southern Jersey Industries, of its solar portfolio comprised of 76 distributed solar energy projects with total capacity of 204 MW

  • Noble Energy, Inc. in a variety of international offshore exploration and development matters

  • OCI N.V. in a joint venture with Dakota Gasification Company to form N-7 LLC, a jointly owned company that will market, distribute and sell nitrogen fertilizers, industrial ammonia and diesel exhaust fluid in North America

  • Caerus Oil and Gas, LLC in its $735 million acquisition of natural gas assets in Northwestern Colorado from Encana Corporation

  • Magnolia Oil & Gas Corporation (formerly TPG Pace Energy Holdings Corp.) in its acquisition from certain funds managed by EnerVest, Ltd. of oil and gas assets within EnerVest’s South Texas Division for approximately $2.66 billion in cash and stock  

  • Private Equity Fund in the acquisition of membership interests in a liquefied propane gas terminal located in New Hampshire

  • Flywheel Bakken (formerly Valorem Energy) in its $285 million acquisition of LINN Energy, Inc.’s Williston Basin interests and subsequent sale of the same to Northern Oil and Gas

  • Brigham Resources in the $2.55 billion cash and stock sale of all of its leasehold interests and related assets to Diamondback Energy

  • Ward Energy Partners, LLC in its sale of assets located in Adams and Weld Counties in Colorado to an undisclosed buyer 

Credentials

  • Washington University School of Law, J.D. summa cum laude, 2016 (Executive Editor, Washington University Law Review)
  • Duke University, B.A., 2013
  • Texas