Anders Gibson focuses on representing agents, lenders, participants, and borrowers in energy and commercial financing transactions, including reserve-based lending, midstream facilities, mezzanine financing, revolving and term credit facilities, second lien credit facilities, syndicated and single-lender financings, secured hedging transactions, supply and offtake transactions, intercreditor matters, hedging compliance matters, acquisitions and divestitures of energy-related assets and companies and related transactions.

Anders also advises clients regarding workouts and restructuring of distressed credit facilities and other financing transactions, related remedial actions and various bankruptcy-related matters. Anders also counsels clients regarding derivative transactions, including hedging matters and related Dodd-Frank requirements.

Honors & Recognitions

Received the firm’s 2011-2012 Pro Bono Award for his outstanding contributions to the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program

Credentials

Education

J.D., University of Arkansas School of Law, summa cum laude, 2002

Arkansas Law Review

B.A. University of Virginia, Economics and Foreign Affairs, 1993

Admissions

Texas

Experience

Anders Gibson’s representations have included the following:

  • Mezzanine lender in a $200,000,000 advancing term credit facility collateralized with oil and gas assets located in Texas, in which the lender acquired term and perpetual overriding royalty interests in the borrower’s oil and gas assets.
  • Mezzanine lender in a $100,000,000 advancing term credit facility collateralized with oil and gas assets located in Louisiana, in which the lender acquired a net profits overriding royalty interest in the borrower’s oil and gas assets.
  • Commercial bank, as administrative agent, in a $275,000,000 syndicated senior secured credit facility for a fast-growing privately held energy services company.
  • Newly formed midstream energy company in a $600,000,000 syndicated senior credit facility to finance the acquisition of various entities holding midstream pipeline assets in Texas and Louisiana.
  • Private equity firm focused on energy infrastructure investments in a $30,000,000 revolving credit agreement to provide financing for its investment activities.
  • Foreign lender in a $270,000,000 syndicated gas storage financing to provide debt funding to construct and operate a gas storage facility in Wyoming.
  • Offshore exploration and production company regarding a syndicated first lien reserve based credit facility and a second lien term credit facility to finance its ongoing exploration and development activities.
  • Commercial bank, as administrative agent, in a $100,000,000 senior secured credit facility to finance the borrower’s exploration and development of oil and gas properties in Colorado.
  • Financial institution – as hedge provider, a first lien lender, and the second lien term lender – in a $32,500,000 first lien syndicated revolving credit facility and a $20,000,000 second lien term credit facility, collateralized with oil and gas assets in North Dakota and Montana.
  • Commercial bank, as administrative agent, in a $30,000,000 senior secured credit facility to finance the borrower’s acquisition of production payments from oil and gas producers’ properties in Texas, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Illinois, and Kansas.
  • Commercial bank, as administrative agent, in a $50,000,000 reserve-based senior first lien secured credit facility collateralized with oil and gas assets in Texas.
  • Commercial bank, as administrative and collateral agent, in a $40,000,000 reserve-based credit facility collateralized with certain oil and gas assets in the State of Texas.
  • Lender group regarding capitalizing and extending credit to a Houston and British Virgin Islands-based family of oil and gas exploration and production companies to finance a portfolio of oil and gas reserve projects in Colombia and Peru.
  • Commercial hedge provider in various multi-million-dollar prepaid hedging transactions with oil and gas exploration company counterparties to finance the development of counterparties’ oil and gas properties in California, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
  • Houston-based exploration and production company in negotiating various ISDA Agreements for hedging transactions with certain lenders under its syndicated credit facility.
  • Lenders in loan workouts, forbearance agreements, and mortgage foreclosures across various jurisdictions.
  • Lenders and hedge counterparties in negotiating multi-party intercreditor agreements.
  • Counterparties in various supply and offtake and crude oil intermediation transactions regarding multiple refineries.
  • Energy companies and creditors in various bankruptcy proceedings, including negotiating and documenting bankruptcy exit arrangements across various jurisdictions.

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Affiliations

American Bar Association, Member

State Bar of Texas, Member 

Houston Bar Association, Member