Energy In Transactions

International and Global Projects

International and Global Projects

Looper Goodwine client, Integrated Equipment (India) Private Limited, SRL, supplies equipment for the oil field and has offices in Houston, Texas and Pune, India.

International and Global Projects

Looper Goodwine lawyers manage international and cross-border projects and assist clients in navigating complex multi-jurisdictional laws and regulations. Led by Shareholder Donald R. Looper, the International and Global Projects team has provided project management in 39 countries with both North American clients investing overseas and international clients investing domestically.

Our clients include global firms such as Gowan Company, a family-owned agricultural and business solutions company that develops and produces products for the domestic and international agricultural market. Looper Goodwine acts as counsel and advisor to the company — which has 45 entities in 19 countries. Synergy Industries, LP, is another family-owned group of companies in the U.S. and Canada that develop high-technology tools for the oil drilling industry for sales and intellectual property protection around the world.

Looper Goodwine also represents Integrated Equipment is a Private Limited company with offices in Houston, Texas, and Pune, Maharashtra, India. The company designs, manufactures and distributes equipment used in the drilling and production of oil and gas worldwide.

The New Orleans, Louisiana office manages international investments by Maribeni and other foreign companies drilling for oil & gas offshore and onshore in the United States. The firm acts as primary counsel for a South Korean governmental oil and gas institution and handles work locally and offshore. From selling assets to contract drafting and negotiation our responsive and quick-acting attorneys work with all parties to comply with governmental regulations.

Representative Experience

• Tax treaty applications and counsel

• Compliance with OFAC sanctions and regulations

• Formation of global holding companies and entities for business and joint venture operations

• FCPA and United Kingdom Bribery Act compliance

• Inter-company service agreement contracts to restrict application of country sourcing rules

• Structure transactions in accordance with the United States, European Union, and United Nations sanctions regulations

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