David J. Miller

Houston
  • 811 Main Street
  • Suite 3700
  • Houston, TX 77002
  • USA
 
 

David J. Miller is a partner in the Houston office of Latham & Watkins. He represents financial institutions and companies in a variety of public and private financing transactions focused primarily on the energy space, including secured and unsecured high yield debt offerings, initial public offerings, bridge lending and loan commitments, and liability management. Additionally, Mr. Miller advises company clients on general corporate matters, securities laws, stock exchange rules, and governance issues.

Mr. Miller has substantial transactional experience involving participants in the energy sector including:

  • Oil and gas exploration and production companies
  • Oil and gas transportation companies
  • Oilfield service companies
  • Refining and chemical production companies

Mr. Miller is a member of the firm’s Associates Committee and participates heavily in the firm’s pro bono program, representing not-for-profit organizations in corporate matters and clients in a variety of immigration matters. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a 2016 and 2017 Texas Rising Star (Super Lawyers is a Thomson Reuters service) and by The Legal 500 2016 as one of the Tier 1 recommended lawyers in the US in the practice of Energy: Transactions  Oil & Gas.

Mr. Miller's representative experience includes advising:

  • Managers in the US$500 million exchange offer and consent solicitation by Helmerich & Payne, Inc.
  • Managers in the US$60 million at-the-market equity offering of common stock for California Resources Corporation
  • Initial purchasers in the US$450 million offering of senior secured first lien notes by Jones Energy Holdings, LLC
  • Initial purchasers in the US$500 million offering of senior secured first lien notes by Sanchez Energy Corporation
  • Lonestar Resources US Inc. in the offering by its subsidiary of US$250 million of senior notes
  • Hess Infrastructure Partners LP in the US$800 million offering of senior notes
  • CONSOL Mining Corporation in the US$300 million offering of senior secured second lien notes
  • Lonestar Resources US Inc. in the US$78 million private placement of convertible participating preferred stock
  • Stone Energy Corporation in the US$225 million offering of senior secured notes
  • Lonestar Resources US Inc. in its US$78 million initial public offering of common stock  
  • Lonestar Resources US Inc. in the offering by its subsidiary of US$50 million of senior secured second lien notes
  • Centennial Resource Production, LLC in the US$400 million offering of senior notes
  • Initial purchasers in the C$350 million offering of senior notes by Gibson Energy, Inc.
  • Initial purchasers in the US$350 million offering of senior notes by Trinidad Drilling Ltd.
  • Initial purchasers in the US$530 million offering of senior secured first lien notes by American Energy Permian Basin        
  • Credit Suisse in the US$925 million initial public offering of Parsley Energy, Inc.
  • Initial purchasers in the US$300 million offering of senior notes by Great Western Petroleum, LLC.
  • Underwriters in the US$400 million initial public offering of RSP Permian, Inc.
  • Initial purchasers in the US$400 million offering of senior notes by Parsley Energy, LLC
  • Initial purchasers in the US$175 million offering of senior secured notes by American Eagle Energy Corporation
  • CONSOL Energy Inc. in its multiple offerings of senior notes
  • Athlon Holdings LP in its US$500 million offering of senior notes
  • Initial purchasers in the US$500 million offering of senior secured notes by CVR Refining, LLC
  • Initial purchasers in the US$540 million offering of senior secured notes by Edgen Murray Corporation
  • Underwriters in the US$450 million offering of senior notes by Atwood Oceanics
  • Underwriters in the US$350 million offering of senior notes by Vanguard Natural Resources, LLC
 
 
 
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