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. 

OUR AGENDA

9:00 - 9:30

In-Town and Other Small Tract Leasing

Ben Holliday, Mazurek & Holliday PC, San Antonio

9:30-10:30

Case Law Update

Bill Burford, Kelly Hart & Hallman, LLP, Midland

10:45-11:45

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

11:45-12:15

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


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

12:35-1:35

Legal Ethics in the Oilpatch

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

1:40-2:25

Primer on New Mexico Regulatory Issues

Rep. Greg Nibert, Hinkle Shanor, LLP, Roswell

2:25-3:10

A Short History of Oil & Gas Capital & Finance

Buddy Clark, Haynes & Boone, Houston

3:20-4:05

Allocation Issues • Production Sharing Agreements & Allocation Across JOAs


Cliff Squibb, Hamilton & Squibb, LLP, Dallas

4:05-4:50

Fixed v. Floating Royalty Fractions in Deeds

Chris Kulander, Haynes & Boone, Houston

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