We Get by With a Little Help From Our Friends: Tips & Tricks to Get Back to Work in Oil & Gas

03/29/2021
We Get by With a Little Help From Our Friends: Tips & Tricks to Get Back to Work in Oil & Gas

Recently, we hosted a special presentation where guest speaker, Dr. Amanda Rico, of Rico Editorial Services, joined P2’s Billy Lowry and Tracey Mizell, VP, Land Solutions and Sr. Manager, iLandMan Operations, respectively, in providing guidance and insight on how land professionals can get back to work in 2021. 

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Marketing Your Biggest Asset: You

03/04/2021

We’re still in the midst of challenging times in oil and gas, and while there is light at the end of the tunnel, many of us – or people we know – are struggling to get back to “what was.” A good-paying job. A long-standing career. Ties to a beloved industry that’s fighting to reestablish itself.

If you, or someone you know, are looking to get back into oil and gas land management, we are here to help. Watch this recorded webinar, and let us show you how to:

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Data Synergy and the Importance of Understanding an Oil & Gas Specific Maturity Model

12/14/2020
Data Synergy and the Importance of Understanding an Oil & Gas Specific Maturity Model

If you are trying to maintain your leases at the same time as curtailing production, you need certain information available across domains. We explored this first in our blog: Maintain Leases, Manage Shut Ins, and Maximize Efficiencies in a Downturn.

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Protect Assets & Safeguard Leases While Slowing Production

12/09/2020

Production curtailment decisions require cross-department collaboration and access to data within different upstream domains. How well do your internal teams work together to make decisions about important assets? Could the synergy and communication be better?

From lease clauses to revenue interests to historic production and scheduled maintenance in the field, every upstream department offers valuable insight in determining where to curtail or shut in production.

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Maintain Leases, Manage Shut Ins, and Maximize Efficiencies in a Downturn

11/02/2020
Maintain Leases, Manage Shut Ins, and Maximize Efficiencies in a Downturn

NAPE recently dedicated a roundtable to the topic of maintaining leases while curtailing production, and we noted a few important takeaways that directly relate to our customers’ utilization of software to assist in this process. Curtailment decisions require cross-department collaboration and access to data within the different upstream domains. From lease clauses to revenue interests to historic production and scheduled maintenance in the field, each department offers valuable insight that a decision-making team relies on in determining where to curtail or shut in production.

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Using Well Data as Key Indicator of Lease Position

10/06/2020
Using Well Data as Key Indicator of Lease Position

Land departments from coast to coast need to understand their lease position using current well data from both operated and non-operated wells. This can be a differentiator and competitive advantage in land management. Comprehensive and timely well data – whether your own or that of other wells in the area – offers insight that allows you to:

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Maps: Living, Breathing Entities in Land Management

08/24/2020
Maps: Living, Breathing Entities in Land Management

All land departments have issues surrounding maps – from the most sophisticated GIS structures to the groups that outsource all of their mapping processes. Many considerations must be made if engineering, geology/geophysics, and land are all to be on the same page. Consistency and communication are vital among and between these groups.

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Lease Maintenance: Increasingly Important in Land Management

07/16/2020
Lease Maintenance: Increasingly Important in Land Management

Maintenance is a fact of life. Just think about all the things you own or possess that need continual maintenance or upkeep. Cars need oil changes. Air conditioners and furnaces need new filters. Appliances need cleaning and inspection. Computers need protection from malware. The list goes on and on. Your oil and gas leases are no different. Lease maintenance is important in understanding what obligations exist on your leases and how to be efficient in maintaining your lease position.

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Navigating the Complexity of Ownership Changes

06/23/2020
Navigating the Complexity of Ownership Changes

When you think of ownership changes in upstream oil and gas, a lot comes to mind and that’s because ownership changes is a broad topic. It spans both land and accounting, there are a myriad of types and challenges associated, and addressing them takes time, effort, and manpower, the latter of which may be scarce especially right now.

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Evolution, Innovation, and Modernization in Land Management

06/08/2020
Evolution, Innovation, and Modernization in Land Management

Land departments everywhere struggle to comprehensively manage lease and contract obligations, divisions of interest, interest decks, and GIS mapping, which is why we continue to work on, iterate, and develop land databases. First and foremost, we strive to practice continuous innovation to provide solutions to today’s complex land issues and questions.

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