RMMLF Breakfast and Oil and Gas Update CLE

  • Houston, Texas
  • Thursday, August 19, 2021

RMMLF Breakfast and Oil and Gas Update CLE 

Thursday, August 19, 2021 at 8:00 am – 10:00 am CDT in Houston, TX 

Organized by the Young Professionals Committee of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation

Pricing: Member: Free | Nonmember: $25 

Please join us for RMMLF’s Breakfast and Oil and Gas Update CLE being held during NAPE. This will provide a 60 minute CLE on recent case law and legal developments in oil and gas law along with an opportunity to meet and network with peers over breakfast.

Over the last year, courts around the nation have been busy deciding a wide variety of oil and gas disputes. This presentation will provide a multi-jurisdictional survey of recent cases relevant to upstream oil and gas operators, non-operators, and interest owners. Topics covered will include contract formation issues, surface use conflicts, lease termination and continuous development, accommodation doctrine and solar projects, correction deeds, role of industry custom in quantum merit claim, postproduction costs and royalty calculation, and offset provisions.  



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