20th Annual Permian Basin Oil & Gas Law Seminar

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20th Annual Permian Basin Oil & Gas Law Seminar

from 145.00

Midland County Horseshoe •• 2514 Arena Trail

Friday, February 23, 2018 •• 9:00 a.m. 4:50 p.m.  (lunch is included)

Course Director:

Devin Alsup, Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, PC, Midland

Texas MCLE:  7 participatory hours CLE credit, of which 1 hour is ethics

New Mexico MCLE:  6 general credits plus 1 ethics credit

Landmen Credit:   6 RL, RPL or CPL recertification credits (CEU), and 0 CPL/ESA, and/or 1 Ethics credit (CEU Ethics), for a total of 7 credits

All attendees will receive the written materials both in hard copy and on a CD. 


9:00 - 9:30

In-Town and Other Small Tract Leasing

Ben Holliday, Mazurek & Holliday PC, San Antonio


Case Law Update

Bill Burford, Kelly Hart & Hallman, LLP, Midland


How To Prepare To Sell Your Company or Other Large Asset (Powers of attorney and agency considerations)

Greg Smith, Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy, Laughlin & Browder, Inc., Midland


Transferring New Mexico Mineral Interests Owned By a Non-NM Decedent

Gary Reagan, Gary Don Reagan, P.A., Hobbs


Legal Ethics in the Oilpatch

Hon. Jim Hudson, 5th Judicial District Court, Roswell 


Primer on New Mexico Regulatory Issues

Rep. Greg Nibert, Hinkle Shanor, LLP, Roswell


A Short History of Oil & Gas Capital & Finance

Buddy Clark, Haynes & Boone, Houston


Allocation Issues • Production Sharing Agreements & Allocation Across JOAs

Cliff Squibb, Hamilton & Squibb, LLP, Dallas


Fixed v. Floating Royalty Fractions in Deeds

Chris Kulander, Haynes & Boone, Houston

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