Burleson firm names Brummett to senior role

Burleson LLP

Burleson LLP reports that oil and gas executive Gerald Brummett has joined the firm in the role of senior advisor for acquisitions and divestitures.

Brummett has more than 30 years of diverse experience in the oil and gas industry. He was the manager of business development of Occidental Petroleum in Denver and has been the landman/manager of business development for several independent oil and gas companies throughout his career.  He has worked in nearly every major producing region of the country, and has been involved in the acquisition or divestiture of a multitude of oil and gas properties in North America.

Brummett is president of West Land & Legal, a Golden, Colorado, firm whose focus is mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, rights of way, permits, and regulatory matters. He is also vice president and managing partner of BHWXploration in Denver.

A graduate of Texas Tech, he is a member of the American Association of Petroleum Landmen, Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen, Wyoming Association of Petroleum Landmen, and Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists. Brummett also serves on the board of directors for the Denver Petroleum Club.

 

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