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Bankruptcy Wildcatting: Challenging Midstream Contracts In The Wake of Sabine

Posted in Chapter 11, Energy
This article can be found in the New York Law Journal‘s Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy special report. Amidst the sometimes dramatic fluctuations in commodity prices that buffet the oil and gas industry, investors generally relied on one segment of the market to be safe and stable: so-called “midstream” companies that own the pipelines that transport… Continue Reading

Downstream Service Providers Hit a Dry Well: Bankruptcy Court Permits Rejection of Service Contracts in Sabine Oil & Gas

Posted in Chapter 11, Energy, Executory Contracts
A recent decision by Judge Shelley C. Chapman of the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York in the Sabine Oil & Gas chapter 11 cases[1] could have significant commercial implications on a U.S. energy sector already stressed by an extended period of low commodity prices.  Relying on Bankruptcy Code section 365(a)’s deference… Continue Reading