AAPL Introduction to Field Land Practices Seminar
Date: Thursday and Friday, July 12-13, 2007
Where: University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
We’re pleased to announce that AAPL will present its next Introduction to Field Land Practices Seminar in Norman, OK. The seminar will be held Thursday and Friday July 12-13, 2007, at the University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK.
The Introduction to Field Land Practices seminar is a two-day program designed for the six-month to five year landman and is well suited for both the field landman and the in-house landman wanting to learn more about field land practices. It can serve as a primer for those starting out in field landwork, as a refresher and general review for the more experienced landman, or as an opportunity for the company landman to learn more about field landwork. The material presented will build on the foundation acquired on-the-job and will solidify skills recently acquired. It is also suitable for those interested in learning some of the basics of landwork and what a landman does. This is a basic but fast-paced, interactive course, designed to equip the beginner landman and others with the knowledge necessary for success. The course is NOT intended to qualify attendees to be a landman but will introduce them to the basic principals and practices of the profession.
The first day covers details about the very basics of land work – real property and contract law, land descriptions, conveyancing, the oil and gas lease, and basic interest calculations. The second day consists of discussion and examples of conducting courthouse record checks, preparing oil and gas documents (lease, draft, purchase report), conducting a title exams, submitting a lease package to a client, on-line resources for landmen, professional decorum, and ethics.
All registrants are invited to the Welcoming Reception hosted by AAPL and the OU Energy Management Students. The reception will immediately follow the first day of the seminar and it will be held in the Beaird Lob Lounge, on campus.
A bound book of class materials will be provided to all participants. The registration fee for AAPL members is $300, for non-members $400. Each registrant should bring a basic hand-held calculator.
More information including course outline and registration form is available on the AAPL website – www.landman.org and click on Continuing Education, then 2007 Educational Calendar. Space is limited so register quickly. AAPL members can register directly through the web site by logging in to the Members Only portion of the site.
The Seminar will offer up to 13 CPL/RPL/RL continuing education credits.
This popular event is limited to the first 200 participants and may sell out quickly, so sign up today!
Contact Mariah Martin for registration questions.
Phone: 817-847-7700 or email: email@example.com