The American Association of Professional Landmen invites you to its Pooling Seminar in Tulsa, OK on August 31, 2015.
The AAPL Pooling seminar is a one-day program designed for intermediate to experienced landmen desiring an in-depth overview of pooling. It is well suited for both the field landmen and the in-house landmen who want to learn more about pooling and related land practices. It can serve as a primer for those starting out in landwork, but the focus is on a more experienced audience. The material presented will build on the foundation acquired on-the-job and will solidify skills recently acquired.
Recertification credits are 5 CEU’s towards RL/RPL/CPL certifications.
DATE: Monday, August 31, 2015
Embassy Suites Tulsa
3332 S 79th E Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74145
$250 for members, $375 for non-members if you register by August 17, 2015. After that date the price goes up $50.
SPEAKERS: George Snell(TX), Eric Huddleston(OK), Tom Daily(AR)
George A. Snell III
Before joining Steptoe & Johnson, Snell maintained a private practice in Amarillo, Texas since 1972. His career began as a general practitioner and litigator until he merged his practice with a long-time oil and gas title attorney in 1979. Snell turned his focus to title opinions and since then has prepared thousands of opinions for energy companies throughout the nation. Snell is a nationally recognized author and speaker. His industry knowledge is sought by organizations such as the American Association of Professional Landmen and the National Association of Division Order Analysts. Many of his published works have appeared in the Gas and Mineral Law Sections of various bar associations including the State Bar of Texas, the Dallas Bar Association and the Houston Bar Association. Snell has also been a featured author and speaker for the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation in Denver, Colorado, as well as the University of Texas Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Institute.
Eric joined Elias, Brooks, Brown & Nelson in 2006. His practice primarily involves handling oil and gas and property law litigation but also focuses on general business and commercial litigation. Eric frequently handles lawsuits involving surface damages, lease cancellation, quite title disputes, oilfield pollution, and contract disputes involving oil and gas leases, the Model Form Joint Operating Agreement and master services agreements. Eric also has extensive experience representing businesses in commercial matters such as collections, lien forclosures and pursuing claims in bankruptcy. Eric participates in the firm’s conservation practice at the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
Thomas A. Daily is a member of the Fort Smith, Arkansas, firm, Daily & Woods, P.L.L.C. He practices primarily in the area of oil, gas and mineral law, including title examination, administrative proceedings and mineral litigation. He is also an adjunct professor of law at the University of Arkansas School of Law, teaching classes titled “Oil and Gas Regulation and Agreements” and “Oil and Gas Title Examination.”