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The essence of the land department of oil and gas companies is the determination of ownership. As you know, ownership of the oil, gas and other minerals, determines who has the right to drill and, after production, who is entitled to payment.
This two-day nuts and bolts course will give you the basics in determining land titles and the ownership of the minerals interests; plus acquaint you with the fundamentals of the acquisition and development of oil and gas properties.
So, if you are involved in such matters as title work, lease purchasing, negotiation and preparation of contracts, farmout agreements, surface damage agreements, lease administration and the 1001 other issues that are involved in the drilling and management of wells…you will benefit from attending this course.
- Oil and Gas Attorneys
- Lease Analysts
- Management/Administrative Personnel
- Division Order Analysts
- Those involved in the land or title part of the oil and gas industry
- Learn the basics of land titles, deeds and transferring oil and gas leases.
- Understand and locate pertinent parts of oil and gas leases and assignments.
- Allows you the ability to interpret deeds.
- Recognize basic title issues.
- Determine a proper reservation or exception in a deed.
- Learn how to review an oil and gas lease.
- Locate primary parts of an oil and gas lease.
- Learn the important skills to determine change of ownership and who has the right to collect the monetary proceeds from a producing well.
- Understand the basics of the oil and gas lease and the ownership of the oil and gas leasehold.
Participants will be given selected problems or issues so that they can transfer the knowledge gained into real-world problems.
“Real informative, a must for people new to the oil and gas field, really give you helpful material.” – T. Watts, Land Records Tech, Red Willow Production
“Great overview of the oil and gas lease.” – A. robins, Land Assistant, Hilcorp Energy Co.
- Length: 2 days (8:30 am – 4:30 pm each day)
- Accreditation: This course has been applied for American Association of Professional Landmen RLP and CPL Hours, Continuing Legal Education Hours and CPE Hours in many states. PDHs = 12.5 CEUs – 1.25