Who We Are
We offer a unique vision for legal services demanded by businesses in the ever-changing energy industry.
Our firm views each client relationship as a partnership. We seek to build the confidence and trust of our clients through establishing meaningful working relationships with each client, and by gaining an in-depth, comprehensive view of their business.
We have a demonstrated track record of always being accessible to our clients to help navigate complex legal challenges, while providing predictable and reasonable fee structures. Our firm is invested in our clients – as they grow, so do we. Our attorneys work with our clients and for our clients.
Miguel Suazo · Managing Partner
Phone: 512-991-4788 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Miguel Suazo is an energy and natural resources attorney with a decade of experience in energy, natural resources, government, and business. As founding partner at Suazo Legal Group, PLLC, Miguel is responsible for advising clients on a broad range of energy and natural resources matters in Texas and New Mexico. Miguel’s practice focuses on advising clients on operations on state and federal lands, compliance with regulations enforced by the Texas Railroad Commission, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the New Mexico Oil Conservation Division, the New Mexico State Land Office, the Office of the New Mexico State Engineer, the New Mexico Environmental Department, the United States Bureau of Land Management, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the United States Department of Interior.
Miguel’s natural resources experience began at an early age. Born in Las Vegas, New Mexico, Miguel grew up a true steward of the land as part of the seventh generation to work his family’s northeastern New Mexico cattle ranch.
Miguel attended New Mexico Military Institute and subsequently earned his bachelors degree from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. After college, Miguel worked in Washington, DC and New Mexico as an aide to United States Senator Jeff Bingaman, Chairman of the United States Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Miguel earned his law degree from the University of New Mexico where he focused his legal education on natural resources and business law. Subsequently, Miguel worked as Energy and Environment Associate with Wellford Energy where he assisted a broad range of clean energy companies develop from pilot and demonstration scale to commercial scale companies.
Miguel’s passion for assisting young companies led him to the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) where he dedicated his work to assisting biotechnology companies understand policy and regulatory matters related to the United States Departments of Agriculture, Energy, Defense, and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Prior to becoming a partner at SLG, Miguel practiced oil and gas law for a prominent Houston oil and gas law firm. Miguel is also the Executive Director for Young Professionals in Energy for the State of New Mexico and works to educate New Mexico’s youth about careers in energy-related fields.
• State Bar of New Mexico
• State Bar of Texas
• State Bar of Colorado
Kevin Lockhart · Of Counsel
Phone: 512-669-1171 • Email: email@example.com
Kevin Lockhart has been examining title and rendering opinions on private, state, and federal lands throughout Texas and New Mexico for several years. He has experience rendering many types of title opinions, including limited acquisition, original drilling, supplemental, and division order title opinions. Prior to rendering title opinions, Kevin worked as a field landman in the Eagle Ford Shale, completing due diligence projects as well as building runsheets and handling curative matters. Kevin completed his undergraduate education at Texas Tech University and earned his law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law.
Kevin is well-versed in water rights issues in Texas, and is committed to staying on the forefront of this increasingly important area of law. Kevin assists clients with water rights matters as they relate to oil and gas development. In his free time, Kevin enjoys fishing on Texas rivers, camping, and cookouts with his friends and family. He also enjoys spending time with his 11-year old dog, Maxey.
• State Bar of Texas
• State Bar of New Mexico
• State Bar of Nebraska
• State Bar of Colorado
• State Bar of Wyoming
Clinton M. Goos · Of Counsel
Phone: 316-617-2681 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clint Goos focuses his practice on oil and gas, energy, corporate, and real estate law. Clint began his legal career as Assistant General Counsel for the Kansas Corporation Commission, where he handled regulatory matters involving oil and gas environmental issues. In 2008, Clint joined the Wichita office Midwest regional firm, where he maintained his oil and gas focus, but also expanded his practice to include a wide variety of natural resource, real estate, corporate, and general practice matters. In 2012, Clint joined a prominent Houston energy law firm, where he led the Kansas practice group and first worked with Mr. Suazo. Clint spent two years working for a national land-services company, first as a Senior Title Examiner and then as Regional Manager-Rocky Mountains, where worked closely with his clients to examine and manage all aspects of drillsite, surface, and due diligence projects in the major producing basins across the United States. In 2014, Clint joined the Denver office of a Rocky Mountain regional firm where he continued his focus on natural resource and energy law, assisting clients with various regulatory, title, and transactional matters across the country. Clint was born and raised in Kansas, currently resides in Denver, with his wife Megheen, and their three children.
Admitted to Practice
• State of Kansas, September 2004
• State of Texas, February 2013
• Pittsburg State University, B.A. History (Political Science), December 2000
• Washburn University School of Law, Juris Doctor, May 2004
Travis D. Harvill · Of Counsel
Travis D. Harvill, born Springfield, Missouri, November 16, 1973; admitted to bar: Texas (2000); Arkansas (2007). Education: Baylor University School of Law (J.D., 2000). Member: State Bar of Texas, State Bar of Arkansas, United States District Court-Southern District of Texas, Western District of Texas, Northern District of Texas.
Travis focuses on providing the highest quality of legal services that are specifically tailored to the needs and demands of each client. His oil and gas practice includes advising exploration and production companies concerning upstream matters including acquisition and divestiture of assets, ownership disputes, pooling, conveyance interpretation, leasehold issues, joint operating agreements, farmout agreements, purchase and sale agreements, production sharing agreements and litigation related issues. In his title and due diligence practice, he has personally rendered hundreds of title opinions on various types of issues, including division order analysis, lease acquisition, pooling and mineral and leasehold ownership throughout Texas, Arkansas, and other jurisdictions. Travis has a specialty of dealing with the largest and most complex of titles. He has extensive experience in leading teams rendering title opinions for high number tract opinions. Travis has also prepared and presented numerous CLE presentations and training seminars regarding various aspects of oil and gas law and title examination. In addition to consulting regarding JOA, PSA, pooling and unitization agreements, he has been involved in defending litigation related to a variety of oil and gas operations.
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