Jost & Shelton energy lawyers join Burleson in Denver

Denver oil and gas attorneys, Jost & Shelton Energy Group PC have joined the Denver, CO office of Burleson LLP. Regulatory attorney Jamie Jost serves as the acting general counsel for the Colorado Oil & Gas Association, representing over 300 industry members on legislative, regulatory, and community issues. She is considered a leading authority on issues and challenges confronting energy companies in Colorado’s regulatory environment, including the recommendations resulting from Governor John Hickenlooper's Oil and Gas Task Force.

Adam Shelton’s practice includes federal, tribal, state, and fee land title and curative matters; acquisitions and divestitures; and land title due diligence. Title lawyer Tom Rubane has nearly a decade of experience, and Joe Evers and Zach Sears provide counsel on regulatory and land use permitting matters.

From the Denver office, Burleson LLP serves the legal needs of the oil and gas industry throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. The Denver office attorneys are experienced in the particular legal issues impacting clients in each of the region's major basins, including the Williston, Niobrara, Powder River, Piceance, and Uinta Basins.  



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