Early in her career, Amber Shushan was a senior counsel at a law firm representing Transocean, which owned the 2010 BP-operated Macondo Prospect. As a result, she was in a position to glean great knowledge from the plethora of lawsuits and disputes that resulted from the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill. Now she's advising global energy giant PetroChina on how to avoid that kind of economic and public relations disaster. She's also a finalist for Senior Legal Counsel of the Year in the 2019 Houston Corporate Counsel Awards . . .
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