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Austin, TX 78746
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Mickey Olmstead to Address Landmen

MSMWO Partner Mickey R. Olmstead will speak at the Tulsa Association of Petroleum Landmen Spring Education Seminar on April 10, 2014.  He will speak regarding the current status of Production Sharing Agreements and Allocation wells in Texas.

Tom Weber and Paul Tough Successful in White Stallion Air Permitting Case

Representing the Environmental Defense Fund and residents in Matagorda County, Tom Weber and Paul Tough have successfully opposed the permitting of a coal-fired power plant.  White Stallion Energy Center, LLC has announced that it is suspending development of its planned 1,200 MW power station near Bay City, Texas.  On appeal in district court, Tom Weber and Paul Tough had won a remand of the permit to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.  Subsequent to the remand, White Stallion announced plans to suspend development.  More information about his case may be found here.

TCEQ Voids Las Brisas Air Permit  

The Environmental Defense Fund, represented by MSM’s Tom Weber and Matt Baab, successfully blocked construction of a massive coal and petroleum coke-fired power plant that was proposed for downtown Corpus Christi, Texas.  The proposed plant, which had faced numerous legal setbacks, was officially declared dead by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality when Las Brisas recently withdrew its appeal of a Travis County District Court verdict remanding the permit back to the agency.  “This plant was ill conceived from the outset,” says Partner Tom Weber, “especially in an era of abundant, cleaner-burning natural gas.”  

MSM Expands Its Ranks  

MSM is pleased to announce the addition of three new associates; Michael Choate, Worth Thornton, and Bill Hayenga.  Michael Choate, a native of San Angelo, Texas, is a 2006 graduate of the University of Texas at Austin (B.A. English and Government) and 2010 graduate of Texas Tech Law School.  Worth Thornton is a 2012 graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Law, receiving his B.A. in Political Science and History from Austin College in 2010.  Bill Hayenga is a graduate of Auburn University and  a 2012 graduate of the University of Florida Law School. 

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