Wayne W. Fedun
Wayne Fedun has practised oil and gas law in Canada and internationally since 1992. He has negotiated and prepared a variety of energy industry agreements, including joint venture agreements, project development agreements, project finance agreements, facility agreements, engineering, procurement and construction agreements, transportation agreements, marketing agreements, Canadian East Coast off-shore agreements and various South American and Central Asian agreements. These agreements related to projects ranging in size from several million to several billion dollars and involved conventional energy matters, heavy oil and oil sands projects, and off-shore drilling and production projects.
Mr. Fedun has extensive experience as lead counsel in large oil and gas asset acquisitions and dispositions, ranging in size from $100 million to $1.5 billion, both as stand-alone transactions and as part of securities-driven arrangements.
As a member of our Canadian banking practice group, Mr. Fedun acts as a lender and borrower counsel in connection with debt financings, being responsible for preparing and commenting on loan agreements, security documents and considering registration and priority issues. The financing transactions he has led involve various structures, including demand facilities and long-term, secured, syndicated arrangements respecting credit facilities of up to several hundred million dollars.
Mr. Fedun also has significant experience in insolvency matters, representing secured and unsecured creditors, receivers/managers and trustees in bankruptcy.
Year of call
LL.B., University of Alberta, 1991
B.A., University of Alberta, 1988
- “Good Faith and Fiduciary Obligations in the Handling of Confidential Seismic Data,” (co-author), Insight conference, 1999.
Memberships and activities
- Law Society of Alberta
- Canadian Bar Association
- Natural Resources Section, former chair
- Instructor, “Advanced Oil and Gas Law,” Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen, 2002, 2004, 2005
- Instructor, “Oil and Gas Law,” Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen, 2000 and 2001