Eunice Song

Partner, Corporate
1000 Louisiana Street
Suite 2000
Houston, Texas 77002-2099
t 713.276.5079 f 713.276.6079

Eunice Song handles corporate and transactional matters for domestic and international clients with a focus on the energy industry. Her energy experience includes numerous stock and asset acquisitions and divestitures involving high-profile, multinational upstream and midstream clients, as well as middle market clients, sole proprietors and startup companies in the oilfield services industry. Eunice has worked on large and complex deals, including numerous multibillion dollar onshore and offshore transactions covering the Gulf of Mexico, Permian Basin, Eagleford, Marcellus and Bakken shale plays. She also has experience working on energy construction projects, including drafting and negotiating EPC agreements for power plants. In addition, Eunice has represented clients in negotiating master service agreements, purchase orders and oil and gas leases.

Beyond her energy background, Eunice also has expertise in handling and drafting/negotiating all underlying agreements related to merger and acquisition transactions, corporate governance, and general contractual matters for a wide range of clients, including those in the engineering, consulting, manufacturing, transportation, services, medical and entertainment industries.

Eunice brings her strengths of adaptability, responsiveness, and effective communication to clients and opposing counsel in every transaction and client matter.

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