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About Jen

Jen Necas focuses her practice on commercial lending and financing transactions, involving billions of dollars of transactions on an annual basis.

She represents both lenders and borrowers in syndicated and bilateral, secured and unsecured and traditional and structured financing arrangements. Jen's matters include acquisition and working capital facilities, asset based loans, reserve based loans, term loans, cross-border financings and first and second lien arrangements.

During law school, Jen interned with the Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal.        


Recent Notable Matters

Kinder Morgan, Inc. — $5 billion bridge facility and a $4 billion revolving credit facility in connection with its acquisition of its master limited partnerships, establishing the largest midstream and third-largest energy company in North America, including a cross-guaranty among entities and other debt to create a single creditor class and eliminate structural subordination

Gran Tierra Energy International Holdings Ltd. — an exploration and production company, in a $500 million senior secured revolving credit facility with The Bank of Nova Scotia, as administrative agent, secured by cross-border collateral

Administrative agent — $1.5 billion committed and uncommitted revolving credit, swing line, letter of credit, and daylight overdraft facility to an energy and commodities trading company, secured by a subset of all personal property assets of the borrowers

Administrative agent — $1 billion secured, reserve based revolving credit facility to a privately held oil and gas royalty company with assets in New Mexico

One of the world’s leading financial institutions — $900 million secured revolving credit facility to Tesoro Logistics LP, a crude oil and refined products company, secured by all personal property and material real property of borrower and the guarantors, as administrative agent

Administrative agent — $150 million secured revolving credit facility to a sand producer and supplier, secured by all assets of the borrower and its subsidiaries



Tulane University,
magna cum laude
Tulane University A.B. Freeman School of Business,
magna cum laude

Bar Admissions

New York



Venoco $250 Million of New Financings

April 14, 2015
Global Legal Chronicle

Texas Trio Take Lead on Xmas Energy M&A Deals

December 24, 2013
American Lawyer - Online



Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal
Tulane University Law School
Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property