in Live Webinar
1:00 pm Central
Duration: 75 minutes
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MCLE Credit is available for this webinar.
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In many jurisdictions, lawyers are likely to encounter oil and gas issues even if they do not consider themselves to be oil and gas lawyers. This webinar will cover such questions as: Who owns the right to explore for oil and gas on your client’s land? How do states resolve disputes in which a landowner alleges that oil and gas are being drained from beneath his land by a well on a neighbor’s property? What is “pooling,” and is it different from “unitization”? What is a “split estate” and what are the respective rights and duties of the “surface” and “mineral” owner? How do mineral leases work and what clauses are critical? How are royalties calculated?
Duration: 75 minutes
MCLE Credit available for this webinar.
Keith B. Hall
Campanile Charities Associate Professor of Energy Law
Director, Mineral Law Institute; Associate Professor of Law
LSU Law School
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- $20 - Member
- $25 - Non-member
Texas Course Number 174000792. This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 1.25 credit hour, of which no credit hours will apply to ethics/professional responsibility credit. The IEL will not be filing this course with any state or country CLE/CPD organization apart from the State Bar of Texas, and attendees must make their own enquiries with their own regulatory organization as to whether the uniform certificate of attendance provided on completion of this course will be recognized by that body for MCLE purposes.
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