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Energy disputes are Texan. They involve fights over substantial capital, with innovative and technical subject matters that require transforming information and arcane terminology into streamlined narratives. The shale revolution resulting from hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling has caused a sizable amount of litigation including disputes over title, partnership rights, technology ownership, and deals gone badly. A shift in the subject matter of some disputes from traditional oil and gas to clean energy will underscore the need to understand the technology and nomenclature at issue. Success requires big picture focus and prioritizing the truly important, while explaining complex concepts through language that is easy to understand and memorable.

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