Trevor Wommack

Partner
Houston
  • 811 Main Street
  • Suite 3700
  • Houston, TX 77002
  • USA
Profile Experience

Trevor Wommack, Chair of Latham & Watkins’ Finance Department in the Houston office, represents major US and global financial institutions in syndicated lending transactions in the energy space, particularly in upstream exploration and production and minerals reserve-based financings, as well as both out of court and chapter 11 restructurings.

Mr. Wommack advises foreign and domestic lending institutions as administrative agents in connection with upstream exploration and production and minerals, midstream, and energy services credit facilities. He also advises creditors navigating forbearance, workout, bankruptcy, and liquidation of distressed assets.

Mr. Wommack regularly advises clients on:

  • Debtor-in-Possession and Bankruptcy Exit credit facilities
  • Structuring, negotiating, and documenting of all types of syndicated lending transactions   
  • Reserve-based lending transactions   
  • Revolving loans   
  • Term loans  

Mr. Wommack has been recognized as a leading lawyer in:

  • Chambers USA for his work in Banking & Finance Law in Texas (2013-2020)
  • The Legal 500 US for his work in Commercial Lending: Advice to Lenders (2020)
  • Best Lawyers in America for Banking and Finance Law (2012-2021) (Best Lawyers is by BL Rankings)
  • Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, IFLR1000 Financial & Corporate Guide, Rising Star – Bank Lending: Lender Side (2016)
  • Texas Rising Stars list, Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters (2016)

Mr. Wommack is a member of the Texas Bar Foundation and the Houston Bar Association.

Mr. Wommack’s experience includes advising the following clients:

  • Citibank, as left lead arranger and administrative agent in a US$130 million secured Debtor-In-Possession credit facility and in reserve-based revolving and term loan exit facilities to Vanguard Natural Resources, Inc.
  • A major bank, as lead arranger and administrative agent in a US$1 billion senior secured, reserve-based revolving credit for Birch Holdco, LLC
  • Citibank, as left lead arranger and administrative agent, in a US$500 million secured reserve-based credit facility to Falcon Minerals Operating Partnership
  • A major bank, as lead arranger and administrative agent in a US$1.5 billion senior secured, reserve-based revolving credit for Northern Oil and Gas, Inc.
  • The Bank of Nova Scotia, as administrative agent, in a US$1.5 billion senior secured upstream exploration and production reserve-based credit facility to Gulfport Energy Corporation
  • The Royal Bank of Canada, as administrative agent, in a senior secured reserve-based credit facility to a private minerals company in the Delaware Basin
  • Kimmeridge Mineral Fund, LP in a senior secured reserve-based minerals credit facility
  • The Export-Import Bank of Korea in connection with a reserve based credit facility to a private company
  • Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc., as left lead arranger, in a US$800 million Term Loan B to a private midstream holding company
  • A major bank in a US$700 million syndicated, revolving credit facility to Exterran Corp.*
  • A major bank, as left lead arranger and administrative agent, in a US$1.5 billion secured reserve-based revolving credit facility to Indigo Natural Resources LLC*
  • A major bank, as left lead arranger and administrative agent, in a US$1 billion secured reserve-based revolving credit facility to a private operator in the Permian Basin*
  • JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. as left lead arranger and administrative agent in a US$1 billion secured reserve-based revolving credit facility to a private operator in the San Juan Basin*
  • A major bank, as administrative agent, in a US$400 million unsecured term loan to a private operator in the Midland Basin*
  • A major bank, as administrative agent, in a US$300 million secured reserve-based revolving credit facility to a private operator in the Wattenberg Field*
  • JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. as administrative agent, in a US$250 million secured reserve-based revolving credit facility to a private operator in the Delaware Basin*
  • A major bank, as administrative agent, in a US$100 million secured reserve-based revolving credit facility to a private operator in the Haynesville Shale*
  • A major bank, as administrative agent, in an upstream exploration and production reserve-based US$500 million senior secured credit facility to a private equity-backed energy company focused in the Wattenberg Field in Colorado’s DJ Basin*
  • A major bank, as administrative agent, in an upstream exploration and production reserve-based US$300 million senior secured credit facility to a private equity-backed energy company focused in the Bakken*
  • The Bank of Nova Scotia, as administrative agent, in an upstream exploration and production reserve-based US$350 million senior secured credit facility to Eagle Energy Trust*
  • A national bank in an unsecured revolving credit facility to a publicly traded midstream MLP and a secured revolving credit facility to its general partner*

Asset-Based Loans

  • Macquarie Bank Limited in a US$70 million multi-national secured asset-based credit facility to a private commodity trading company*
  • Macquarie Bank Limited, as administrative agent, in a senior secured working capital credit facility and its affiliate as a counterparty in a grain repurchase facility to a grain logistics company*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

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