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Rebecca R. Seidl

Rebecca R. Seidl

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Overview
Rebecca Seidl is counsel in Mayer Brown's Houston office and a member of the Global Energy group and Corporate & Securities practice. Rebecca’s primary focus is advising global energy companies, specifically those operating in the United States and Latin America.

Rebecca has a broad transactional-based energy practice. Her oil and gas experience includes upstream exploration and production, midstream operations, and acquisitions and divestitures of upstream and midstream assets. Rebecca has negotiated commercial agreements, farm-in/farm-out agreements and was the lead attorney in drafting and closing a gas purchase agreement valued over $1 billion. In addition to US onshore experience, Rebecca has cross-border international oil and gas experience. She worked on drilling and exploration programs in Mexico, including overseeing the administration of a license agreement and joint operating agreement between PEMEX and BHP.

While serving as senior in-house counsel at BHP, Rebecca was selected for an international assignment in Santiago, Chile, residing there for one year, supporting major natural resources projects. During her time in Chile, she negotiated and completed an agreement for the construction of a $1 billion desalination plant project in northern Chile. Rebecca was also responsible for all legal aspects of copper exploration in Chile, Peru and the US, while also providing significant deliverables on new-country entry into Ecuador. Rebecca is proficient in written and oral Spanish.
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