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IRWA Course 230: Oil / Gas Land Basics & Related Surface Rights Issues

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IRWA Course 230: Oil / Gas Land
Basics & Related Surface Rights Issues

December 11, 2017
Loyola University New Orleans

The oil and gas lease is the base agreement governing the right to own and transport hydrocarbons from, over and across an oil and gas field. This and other related agreements are usually the exclusive domain of the Exploration Landman. You will learn in this course that this need not be the case. The purpose of this course is to expand the knowledge base of the Right of Way Agent/Surface Landman (and related infrastructure professionals) so that he or she can fully understand (1) the basics of exploration land work and (2) when, where and why the lessee (or their assigns), under the terms of an oil and gas lease, has the right to build pipelines and related facilities for transporting hydrocarbons across an oil and gas lease. This course is a lecture based in-person classroom learning experience and is one of IRWA’s premier courses for IRWA’s Oil/Gas Pipeline Industry Pathway. Whether as a primer to understand exploration land work or to expand your talents in the infrastructure/right of way field, this course has significant value, helping to secure IRWA’s purpose of improving the quality of people’s lives through infrastructure development.

The instructor for this course is J. Warren Doyle and Gerald F. Slattery, Jr. will be a guest speaker.

IRWA National office is working on getting this course approved for continuing education by the LA Real Estate Commission.

Loyola University New Orleans
6363 St. Charles Avenue

Danna Center - Claiborne Room

For more information on this course or to register, please click below.

Earlier Event: December 7
Christmas Social
Later Event: December 25
Christmas Day