Don Greenfield has over 36 years of experience in asset and share sales and acquisitions in Canada and internationally, oil sands and LNG development, production and facilities construction and operating matters, production sale contracts, financings, joint ventures, limited partnerships, farmouts and Investment Canada Act and Competition Act matters.
Don acts for domestic and international exploration and production companies and companies engaged in various upstream and midstream activities, as well as state-owned oil companies.
He is a former executive member of the Natural Resources subsection of the Canadian Bar Association, has contributed to several Canadian Energy Law Foundation Jasper research seminars and has taught oil and gas law courses for Insight Information, the University of Calgary, Mount Royal University and the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen. Don served a six-year term as a director of the Canadian Energy Law Foundation.
- Paramount Resources Ltd., in connection with the sale of its sour gas processing assets in north western Alberta to Pembina Gas Services Limited Partnership, for approximately $600 Million in cash and other considerations. Read more
- EOG Resources, Inc., one of the largest independent North American oil and natural gas exploration and production companies, in connection with a divestment of all of its assets in Manitoba and certain assets in Alberta through two separate transactions for approximately US $410 million.
- Repsol S.A. in connection with the proposed $15.1 billion acquisition of Talisman Energy Inc. Read more
2017, Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders
Recognized as a leader in Energy
2017, Chambers Canada
Ranked, Corporate/Commercial: Alberta
Donald Greenfield is a highly regarded practitioner who advises on a variety of corporate matters nationally and internationally.
2017, Chambers Global
Ranked, Canada, Energy: Oil & Gas (Transactional)
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