In a separate matter, Haynes and Boone recently advised the Ecopetrol affiliate in obtaining a consent judgment in a U.S. state court against a borrower in connection with an earlier seller financed transaction. The settlement agreement will allow the parties to restructure certain payments obligations owed to the Ecopetrol affiliate, permit the borrower to sell off certain real estate owned by the borrower in an orderly process and in a reasonable period, and allow the borrower to fulfill its obligations to the Ecopetrol affiliate.
Haynes and Boone lawyers advising the Ecopetrol affiliate on the two matters were Partner Larry Pascal, chair of the firm’s Americas Practice Group, Senior Counsel Hunt Buckley and Michael Hood, Associate Colin Cox, and Foreign Counsel Cesar Ramirez.
Andres Ramon Rodríguez-Gómez (Bogota) served as in-house counsel and advised the Ecopetrol Group on the two matters, as well.
Ecopetrol, SA acts as the national oil company for Colombia and has shares listed on the Bogota Stock Exchange and on the New York Stock Exchange. The Colombian State holds a controlling interest in Ecopetrol, SA.
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