All questions regarding division orders; ownership decimal calculations; title ownership and payer record changes (testate/intestate inheritance; deed; assignment; court order); oil and gas lease analysis for record-keeping and purposes of payment by operator or payer; pooling, horizontal wells, horizontal well allocation units; unclaimed property reporting; royalty owner relations questions. All questions concerning administration of surface land contracts and payment questions, such as for Surface Right-of-Way, Sub-Surface Right-of-Way, Easement, Surface Use Agreement. All questions regarding industry-standard and company-specific policies that affect land owners.
Sr. Staff Division Order Analyst. Certified Division Order Analyst (CDOA, National Association of Division Order Analysts) and Certified Lease Analyst (CPLTA, National Association of Professional Lease and Title Analysts) with 35 years of experience as a combination division order analyst and lease analyst in exploration and production in the oil and gas industry.
National Assoc. of Division Order Analysts (NADOA), National Association of Division Order Analysts (NALTA), American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL), American Society of Trainers and Developers (ASTD)
"How an Oil & Gas Exploration & Production Company Operates" and "Principles of Oil & Gas Lease Analysis: Standard Clauses", Oil Patch Press; Articles in NADOA Magazine; LandFocus EDU Professional Training Manuals
B.A.in Management from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio; M.Ed. in Instructional Design from WGU Texas.
Past 15 years: GeoSouthern Energy Corporation; Contango Oil Co./Crimson Exploration & Operating Inc.; Apache Corporation; BP America; Marathon Oil; Newfield Exploration
Division Order work bridges the functions of oil and gas accounting and the in-house legal department. A division order analyst analyzes and translates title documents into numbers that accounting personnel can then use to distribute production revenue to entitled owners. It is a fascinating and highly rewarding career.
Still to achieve: Create educational material through Oil Patch Press on the internet for owners interested in protecting their ownership by expanding their knowledge. Still to learn: New technologies are generating new types of contracts and title complexities,creating new learning opportunities every day.
Mineral & royalty owners have more power over their leased rights than they know. If an owner understands what they own, how they own it, and how much they own, they have already learned half of what they need to know. Learning what legal tips and tricks they can use to be paid everything owed to them or to negotiate the best deal will help fully protect their mineral rights and royalty rights.
Every owner should know how to calculate the decimal contained in their division order. Unfortunately, most owners do not know how to go about getting that information from the operator or payer.
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