Do you have technology relating to drilling, production, completions, fracking, geo-mechanical analysis, reservoir simulation, artificial lift, or subsea operations? If so, you should hire a patent attorney who is also a degreed petroleum engineer. Peter Brewer holds a degree in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University. As a registered patent attorney, he is licensed under federal law to practice patent law in all states including Texas, Oklahoma, North Dakota, Louisiana, New Mexico, and other oil and gas states.
At Energy IP we have filed hundreds of patent applications for the upstream oil and gas industry, as well as for “clean” energy applications including turbines, batteries, and capacitors. We receive telephone calls from start-up companies, private equity firms and R&D companies all of the world seeking assistance in the patent process.
Peter Brewer recently spoke at the 2019 Louisiana Oil and Gas Convention held in New Orleans. He is also attend the 2019 SPE ATCE conference in Calgary, Alberta, held last October. Peter was also a featured speaker at the Artificial Lift Symposium held at Oklahoma City in February of 2019, and has been a frequent speaker at Artificial Lift Research Council events. Peter plans on attending the SPE Norway Subsurface Conference to be held in Stavanger in September of 2020.