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The collective expertise of our global team distinguishes OBWB in the field of Intellectual Property Law. We align our best resources to meet each client's specific needs and we treat each matter with the highest degree of attention and care.

Oil & Gas And Alternative Energy

With OBWB headquartered in Houston, the Oil and Gas (O&G) Industry is front and foremost in our practice. Our clients range from multinational entities in the O&G industry to new start-ups.  We represent clients in all three sectors of the Oil & Gas Industry, as well as supporting services.

  • Construction and Maintenance
  • Downstream (Refining and Sale)
  • Midstream (Shipping, Trucking, Pipelines, and Storage)
  • Upstream (Exploration and Production)
  • Well Servicing

Alternative Energy is energy derived from sources other than fossil fuels, including renewable energy and nuclear energy.  Innovative technology in this industry will power both the developed and undeveloped world. OBWB assists its clients with IP rights relating to all sources of alternative energy, including:

  • Bio-fuels
  • Biomass
  • Carbon capture
  • Coal
  • Ethanol
  • Geothermal Heat
  • Hydropower and Hydroelectric Power
  • Natural Gas
  • Nuclear
  • Photovoltaic (PV)
  • Solar
  • Tidal or Water Steam Generation
  • Wave Energy
  • Wind

IP and licensing rights are strategic tools used in development, production, and collaboration and are vital for commercial ventures. Our team is well-positioned to serve any IP needs this industry may require.  We understand market fluctuations and help our clients formulate valuable IP strategies in order to remain sustainable and achieve their long-term corporate objectives. Licenses, due diligence, and freedom to operate remain invaluable in this industry. Not only do we help our clients establish and maintain their IP portfolios, we help them stay diligent in recognizing the IP rights of their competitors in the event that a competitor’s IP is obtained by a non-practicing entity (NPE).