Bryan Cory

Associate, Houston

Biography

Overview

Bryan Cory is an associate in the Energy, Infrastructure and Project Finance Group in Houston. Bryan's practice focuses on transactions in the upstream, midstream and downstream energy industry, including project development, M&A, construction, joint ventures and supply and offtake agreements. Bryan has extensive global experience, having advised on both green-field and brown-field cross-border projects, EPC contracts, asset purchase and sale agreements, long-term sale and purchase agreements, as well as LNG-to-power projects. Prior to joining the Firm, Bryan worked at the Houston offices of a leading energy law firm.

Bars and Courts
Texas State Bar
Education
Juris Doctor
Harvard Law School
Bachelor of Arts
University of Texas
Languages
English

Experience

Advising international oil company on Egyptian concession agreements and joint operating agreement

Advising international oil company on multiple purchases of upstream assets in Egypt

Advising Noble Energy regarding a major gas monetization project in Equatorial Guinea involving the negotiation of Gas Processing and LNG Tolling Agreements, LNG marketing arrangements, agreements with the Government of Equatorial Guinea, and upstream agreements covering the development and transportation of gas to the Gas Processing and LNG Plants

Advising African LNG producer regarding gas supply and condensate processing agreements

Advising Saudi Aramco on its supply and offtake arrangements in connection with its investment in Hyundai Heavy Industries refinery in Korea

Advising US Company regarding the negotiation of a cross border unitization project in West Africa

Advising US company on Tolling Agreement, LNG marketing and sale and purchase agreements (SPAs), and Joint Operating Agreement for non-US assets

Advising potential purchaser of an LNG project on the US Gulf Coast

Advising multiple US companies on Production Sharing Contracts in Africa and Asia

Advising LNG supplier and project sponsor on equity arrangements, LNG sale and purchase agreements (SPAs), terminal use agreement, and project financing agreements

Advising multiple LNG suppliers on LNG sale and purchase agreements (SPAs) for U.S. gulf coast facilities

Speaking Engagements

"Special Considerations in Unitization Agreements", Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Houston, Texas, 2019