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Sam Hammons left the Oklahoma City law firm which he founded in 1987 in order to devote more time assisting clients in their efforts to obtain financing for energy-related endeavors.  Mr. Hammons has been engaged by oil and gas companies, electric generation firms, environmental concerns, and companies and individuals holding or developing innovative energy-related technologies to help with both corporate equity placements and project-based financings. Prior to its sale, Mr. Hammons worked as a Colleague with COSCO Capital Management of New York. He is co-founder of Intrinsic Energy Technology, LLC of Edmond, Oklahoma, an intellectual property company holding patents to innovative technologies. He currently serves as an Advisor to  Penn America Energy, LLC of New York. 


In May of 2019, Mr. Hammons co-founded New Bridge Resource Development, LLC (formerly IET New York, LLC) where he currently serves as CEO. New Bridge is focused on deploying proprietary drilling technologies which eliminate both the need for hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and the use of fresh water in the drilling of oil and gas wells.


While in law practice, Mr. Hammons represented various clients with international transactions in numerous countries in Eastern and Western Europe, Central and South America, China and Japan. 


Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Hammons was a partner in the RAM Group, an energy consulting firm, where he managed the Natural Gas Contracts Division. Prior to joining the RAM Group, he was the Director of the Oklahoma Department of Energy while serving on the Governor’s cabinet.


He served on staffs of two Oklahoma governors as Assistant for Energy and Natural Resources. Mr. Hammons has often represented Oklahoma energy and tax interests in Washington, D.C. including presenting testimony before Congressional Committees as well as working with individual Congressmen and Senators. In 1980-1981 he helped author the Report of the Energy Task Force of the Future of the South Commission.


For six years Mr. Hammons served as Oklahoma’s Official Representative to the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, which is the Congressionally chartered organization that monitors oil and gas production in the various producing states. He has also served as Chairman of the Energy Council of the Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the 17-state Southern States Energy Board based in Atlanta, Georgia. Hammons has served on the boards of directors of both public and private energy companies.  He has appeared frequently on Oklahoma City television and radio as a commentator on energy matters and has testified frequently before state and federal legislative and regulatory bodies.


A graduate of Clinton High School and Oklahoma Baptist University, Mr. Hammons received both a Master of Arts and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Oklahoma. Mr. Hammons has twice served as Chairman of the Oklahoma Baptist University Board of Trustees and received the Alumni Achievement Award, the University's highest alumni recognition.  


He has served as President of the Downtown Rotary Club of Oklahoma City, one of the world’s largest Rotary clubs, and he has chaired the Rotary Club 29 Foundation.  He is also a multiple Paul Harris Fellow. Mr Hammons has served as President and Director of the Committee of One Hundred-Oklahoma City, Inc. Hammons served as the first Scholar in Residence at the University of Central Oklahoma and also served on the Meritorious Executive Review Board during the administration of President George W. Bush. Mr. Hammons and his wife Joy attend the Edmond campus of Life Church.



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