Bracewell’s McGinley advises on $1.4B Apache deal

McGinley was part of the team that represented Apache Corp.’s Gulf of Mexico subsidiary with the sale of non-operated interests in two Gulf of Mexico developments

Elizabeth L. McGinley

Bracewell & Giuliani partner and tax practice head Elizabeth L. McGinley was part of the team that represented Apache Corp.’s Gulf of Mexico subsidiary with the sale of non-operated interests in two Gulf of Mexico developments for $1.4 billion. A subsidiary of Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. bought the Lucius and Heidelberg developments in a deal expected to close by June 30. Apache will also sell 11 other deepwater exploration blocks that are in their primary term, the early period of well drilling. 

Along with McGinley, Bracewell partners G. Alan Rafte, D. Kirk Morgan II, Michael De Voe Piazza and Tim Wilkins led the team representing Apache.

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Amy I. Stickel

Amy I. Stickel has extensive experience covering the legal, financial and pharmaceutical industries as a writer and editor. A past managing editor of Corporate Legal Times and...

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