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Greg Matlock

US MLP Leader and Energy Fund COE Markets Leader
EY (Ernst & Young)

His practice is focused on U.S. federal income tax planning and structuring for business transactions involving partnerships (including MLPs) and corporations, with particular emphasis on oil and gas investments. Greg has lead numerous, significant MLP and public monetization feasibility projects and analysis (including MLP IPO structure analysis, qualifying income analysis, as well as other tax and economic planning matters), and has worked on MLPs and public transactions both as a lawyer and in his current role in EY. Similarly, Greg has assisted companies in evaluating various public monetization structures, including MLPs, Up-C transactions, C Corporation IPOs, YieldCos, and REITs. Greg is a frequent speaker (and writer) on MLP issues, as well as on energy tax and transaction matters. Greg has been published, appeared, or has spoken in the following: Oil & Gas Investor Magazine, Oil & Gas Financial Journal, Oil & Gas Investor Capital Formation Supplement, Houston Chronicle, Financial Times, Houston Business Journal, BNA, Inc. Daily Tax Real Time, Natural Gas Intelligence - The Weekly Gas Market Report, SNL Energy - Gas Utility Week, Bloomberg BNA MLP, Louisiana Energy Conference, Tax Executives Institute, Capital Link Annual MLP Forum, American Petroleum Institute's Federal Tax Forum, Energy M&A and Financing Forum, Texas CEO Magazine, Oil and Gas Eurasia, FuelFix, Oil, Gas, and Energy Law Journal, Midstream Business, American Oil & Gas Journal, IPAA and the IPAA Private Capital Conference, and others.Greg also has significant experience in advising domestic and international oil and gas companies in connection with upstream, midstream, downstream and oilfield service company transactions. Greg has represented investors and companies in various types of inbound and domestic oil and gas investments and transactions, including tax partnerships, limited partnerships, and other joint venture structures, including tax issues related to such structures.

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