Energy, Environmental, Natural Resources, Oil and Gas Law
We think and speak energy 24 hours a day.
Just like our clients.
We focus on energy and natural resources law.
We’ve made it a priority in our law practice to understand all segments of the conventional and emerging energy industries, including the regulatory and political contexts within which companies in these industries operate.
Offices throughout the Rocky Mountain Region
Colorado | New Mexico | Texas | Utah | Wyoming
Attorneys licensed in
Colorado | District of Columbia | Kansas | Louisiana | Maryland | Minnesota | Montana | Nebraska | New Mexico | New York |
North Dakota | Oklahoma | Texas | Utah | Wyoming
January 11, 2021
Environmental Defense Fund Petitions the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission to Promulgate Greenhouse Gas Cap and Trade Regulations - view
New U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Regulations for Critical Habitat Designations - view
January 11, 2021
User’s Guide for the Congressional Review Act and Last-Minute Federal Regulations and Policies - view
December 2, 2020
COGCC Update: Commission Approves Comprehensive Changes to 200-600 Series, and 800, 900, and 1200 Series Rules - view
Striking “Oil,” a Case Alert - Craig v. Anadarko No. 19CA1441 (Colo. App. November 19, 2020) - view
November 11, 2020
New Mexico Oil Conservation Commission Undertakes Produced Water Spills Rulemaking - view
November 10, 2020
2019 “Top Women in Energy”
Beatty & Wozniak Shareholder Deana Allen has been named a 2019 “Top Women in Energy” honoree by the Denver Business Journal. Top Women in Energy recognizes women whose position, knowledge or expertise helps guide the sector. This is the sixth year the Denver Business Journal has honored women in the energy industry. Deana was honored at an award ceremony on April 23, 2019.
Deana’s practice is devoted exclusively to the oil and gas industry and encompasses the areas of title review and rendering of related opinions, due diligence, leases, joint operating agreements, farmouts, and development agreements. In addition, she represents clients in the areas of acquisition and divestiture and represents borrowers and lenders in finance transactions secured by oil and gas assets consisting of undeveloped acreage and producing properties.
Along with her involvement in industry groups, Deana is also active in philanthropy and the community. She is passionate about issues facing the special needs community and is currently Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for a non-profit organization employing over 300 people providing services to special needs kids and their families. She has also been actively involved in fundraising efforts for the arts and, most recently, established a non-profit organization that provides clean drinking water solutions to the people of Nepal and Ecuador.