David E. Jetter


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LNG Liquefaction, Tolling and Sale and Purchase Agreements (SPAs)

  • Cheniere Energy, Inc. – development of Sabine Pass and Corpus Christi LNG liquefaction export facilities, including preparation of LNG SPAs
  • Tellurian Inc. – development of integrated Driftwood LNG project including negotiation of LNG SPAs and project structuring
  • Jordan Cove Energy Project – development of LNG liquefaction project including negotiation of liquefaction tolling agreements and related agreements
  • U.S. gulf coast liquefaction project – development of liquefaction tolling agreement and LNG sale and purchase agreement
  • Tolling customer – negotiation of liquefaction tolling agreement for U.S. liquefaction project
  • Tolling customer – negotiation of potential liquefaction tolling agreement for the Freeport LNG facility
  • Energy company – negotiation of capacity sharing, operations and maintenance and related agreements in connection with proposed joint venture at the Freeport LNG facility
  • Brass LNG Ltd. – development of LNG liquefaction project in Nigeria, including LNG SPA negotiations

LNG Regasification and Gas-to-Power

  • LNG supplier and project sponsor – development of proposed LNG-to-power project in Chile including negotiation of LNG SPAs, terminal use agreement, project financing agreements, and equity arrangements
  • Chilean electric utility – review of LNG terminal use agreement for the Mejillones LNG receiving terminal and preparation of binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) for LNG sales
  • Gazprom Marketing & Trading USA – negotiation of assignment of LNG regasification capacity at the Energia Costa Azul terminal in Baja California, Mexico
  • Gazprom Marketing & Trading USA – negotiation of LNG terminal use agreement for potential LNG regasification terminal in Canada, LNG terminal use agreement for U.S. LNG terminal and synthetic tolling arrangement for other U.S. LNG terminal
  • LNG supplier – early-stage development of potential LNG-to-power projects in Latin America

Small-Scale LNG

  • Mexican company – development of proposed LNG liquefaction plants and review of LNG sales transactions
  • Small-scale LNG developer in Nigeria – preparation of LNG and gas sale and purchase agreements, development of terms to acquire LNG-fueled trucks from China and related financing issues
  • U.S. small-scale LNG developer – preparation of LNG fuel sales agreements for two small-scale LNG liquefaction projects
  • U.S. LNG liquefaction company – development of potential truck rack for LNG fuel sales from large-scale LNG liquefaction plant
  • Chart Energy & Chemicals – negotiation of sale of liquefaction equipment to small-scale LNG project

Gas Pipelines and Other Midstream

  • Apache – preparation of joint operating agreement term sheets for development of facilities to transport condensate from wellhead to gas processing and LNG liquefaction facilities of Wheatstone LNG project
  • Mexican company – negotiation of gas purchase agreement for sales of gas from the United States to Mexico
  • LNG liquefaction company – negotiation of gas purchase from Permian basin to proposed U.S. Gulf Coast liquefaction project, including development of proposed gas pipeline
  • U.S. gas producer – preparation of term sheets for sale of natural gas to existing and proposed LNG liquefaction projects
  • Gazprom Marketing & Trading USA – negotiation of assignments of gas transportation capacity on the Gasoducto Bajanorte and North Baja pipelines
  • LNG liquefaction company – development of gas pipeline capacity arrangement agreement

Petrochemicals and NGLs

  • Chemical storage company – advice on storage and terminaling service agreements
  • Shell Chemicals – negotiation of proposed joint venture for enhanced oil recovery business
  • U.S ethane export developer – review of legal issues regarding export of natural gas liquids (NGLs) from the United States
  • U.S. petrochemical developer – preparation of synthetic tolling arrangement term sheet for proposed methanol plant
  • Mexican company – negotiation of purchase of cryogenic storage tanks to be used in ethane import project


  • Green hydrogen project developer – development of long-term offtake agreements for proposed green hydrogen-to-gasoline project

Wind and Solar

  • Globeleq Mesoamerica Energy – assistance on project financing of 50 megawatt Orosi wind project in Costa Rica
  • DeWind SWI Wind Farms – development of a joint venture company to develop wind farms in Texas
  • BP Alternative Energy – development of the 124.5 megawatt Goshen II wind farm in Bonneville County, Idaho
  • BP Alternative Energy – assistance on development of the 300.5 megawatt Cedar Creek wind farm
  • BP Alternative Energy – assistance on ancillary documents for Flat Ridge Wind Project
  • U.S. company – preparation of lease, EPC contract and development agreement for residential solar project

Energy Storage

  • Subsidiary of a global independent power producer – development of utility-scale energy storage project in Johnson City, New York, the largest lithium-ion battery in commercial service on the U.S. power grid at the time it was completed


  • Shipbuilder – preparation of engineering and professional services agreement for proposed floating LNG facility
  • Marine Well Containment Company – development of secondment agreement, services agreements and other documents for emergency oil spill response in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico
  • ENGIE – negotiation of sub-charter for an LNG floating storage regasification unit (FSRU)
  • Pacific Stratus Energy Colombia Corp. – negotiation of services agreement for floating LNG liquefaction facility


  • Australian mining company – Texas law review of mineral rights agreement