A publicly traded company, some of the most in-demand assets in the Permian Basin, and a little more than a week to move from an indication of interest to a purchase agreement: Those are just some of the variables in Pioneer's $6.4 billion plans to purchase DoublePoint Energy. Gibson Dunn's Mike Darden, who advised Pioneer, detailed the timeline and more in an interview with The Texas Lawbook . . .
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