Terry Radney is Co-Chair of the Firm's Energy practice and works in the areas of oil, gas and energy, infrastructure project development and real estate law. Terry's experience includes mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, development and commercial agreements for all types of energy and real estate assets, including oil and gas properties, pipelines, processing plants, storage facilities, power plants, wind farms, biodiesel, ethanol and other types of alternative energy plants, refineries, district energy assets, office buildings, apartment complexes and retail centers. He routinely negotiates purchase and sale agreements, leases, exploration agreements, development agreements, operating agreements, construction contracts, service agreements, drilling contracts, farm-outs, commodity purchase agreements, processing agreements, exchange agreements, fractionation agreements, transportation agreements, storage agreements, gathering agreements, and numerous other types of energy and real estate related agreements.
Terry is also actively involved in the development of domestic and international infrastructure projects, including the drafting and negotiation of project documents such as power purchase agreements, off-take agreements, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts, turbine purchase agreements, operation and maintenance agreements, long-term service agreements, financing agreements and various other types of project development agreements. In particular, Terry has extensive experience drafting and negotiating EPC contracts over the last twenty years, having negotiated such agreements for both domestic and international projects, including electric power, ethanol and biodiesel plants.