Ethan Larson

Associate

Ethan is the son of two petroleum engineers who spent a large portion of their careers extracting oil and gas from Prudhoe Bay on the north slopes of Alaska. Prior to joining Stengel Hoppe LLP, Ethan worked as an energy regulatory analyst at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, where he specialized at providing guidance to energy developers regarding compliance with the various state and federal regulations affecting their projects.

Currently, Ethan’s practice focuses on the various title and real estate issues associated with energy development. While in law school, Ethan worked as a research assistant at the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment, focusing his efforts on a project designed to provide oil and gas developers with a plethora of best management practices to employ in the intermountain west. Ethan’s previous experience provides him with a substantial wealth of knowledge regarding energy development, which he utilizes to the benefit of his energy clients.

Educational Background
  • University of Colorado at Boulder

  • University of Colorado at Boulder Law School

Bar Membership
  • Colorado

Professional Affiliations
  • Colorado Bar Association

  • ​Denver Bar Association

  • Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen

Ethan still feels a deep connection to his Alaskan roots, but has also embraced his life in Colorado. He is a huge fan of the Broncos and Nuggets, as well as the CU Buffaloes, his undergraduate and law school alma mater. During his free time, you can usually find him skiing or biking in the mountains. However, he also enjoys simply getting outside and exploring the world with his dog. He has really embraced the growing craft beer market, and would be happy to chat your ear off about his favorite local brews after a long day of skiing or riding.

Tel: 303.325.2610

ethan@coloradoenergylaw.com

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