Thomas M. Weber, Partner

Attorney Profiles

Physical Address:
1201 Spyglass Drive, Suite 200
Austin, TX 78746
T: 512.327.8111
F: 512.327.6566


Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 12127
Austin, TX. 78711


Thomas M. Weber, Partner



Environmental (Air, Groundwater and CERCLA/Superfund), Oil & Gas, Enhanced Oil Recovery, Carbon Sequestration, Water Rights; Regulatory and Litigation.


Texas, 1995; U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas, 1999.


University of Texas at Austin (B.S. Petroleum Engineering, 1987; B.A. Government, 1988; Master of Public Affairs 1993, LBJ School of Public Affairs); University of Houston (J.D., 1995).


Interim Deputy Chief of Staff & District Director, U.S. Representative Lloyd Doggett, 25th U.S. Congressional District, Texas (June 2004 to February 2005); Planning Committee Member, University of Texas 2008 Conference on Carbon and Climate Change; Member Travis County Bar Association, State Bar of Texas (Sections on: Environmental and Natural Resources, Litigation, Administrative); Board Member, Texas League of Conservation Voters (2009 - present).


Oil & Gas
Representation of clients in litigation involving breach of contract, fraud, trespass, lease termination, lease access, gas gathering agreements, pipeline easements and ROWs, surveying/boundary disputes, surface damages, casing failure and groundwater contamination. Representation of clients before the Railroad Commission of Texas on numerous matters including injection applications and protests, field rule applications and amendments, unitization and Rule 50 applications, gas storage, carbon sequestration, groundwater and soil cleanups, and environmental and pit permitting.

Representation of clients in litigation involving alleged groundwater contamination, soil contamination and Superfund claims associated with gas processing plants, pipelines, and other industrial facilities. Representation of clients protesting air permit applications for several coal-fired power plants  at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and in the appellate courts. Represented major Texas port in Superfund negotiations with responsible parties, State of Texas and EPA. Representation of several large independent oil and gas companies in TCEQ air permitting and enforcement matters.

Representation of clients before groundwater conservation districts in permitting (and protesting permit applications for) groundwater wells and water well fields. Negotiated several multi-million dollar sales and purchases of groundwater rights. Represented clients in sales of surface water rights.

LEGAL PAPERS: downloadable

Assessing the Liability Associated with Geologic Carbon Sequestration - PDF - Presented at Carbon and Climate Change Conference, February 2009.


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