Online PLM Certificate Program: Module 4 of 6 -Oil and Gas Law and Its Impact on Land Practices/ Instructor Alyce Hoge
Module 4 of 6:
Knowledge of the law is critical to the success of a land professional. For this reason, Module 4 focuses on the laws that impact the daily work of a land professional. Based on the Oil & Gas Law courses taught in law schools across the country (and on the Texas Bar Exam), this module focuses on the nature and characteristics of mineral interests, the rights and duties between the surface owner and mineral owners, the implied covenants in the Oil & Gas lease and Mineral Laws on hard minerals (on the AAPL exam).
As the old adage goes, "Ignorance of the law excuses no man." Don't be ignorant about laws that impact your work and take this important Module!
Students will need to purchase the Oil & Gas Land Reference Volume from the AAPL. Immediately after registering, please call the AAPL at 817-484-3612 to purchase your book. They are available from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm – Monday through Friday.
Modules are self-contained and do not have to be taken in order. Course cost includes a $13.50 Distance Learning Fee.
Alyce Boudreaux Hoge
Alyce Boudreaux Hoge is an attorney licensed in both Texas and Louisiana. She is the founder of Land Training, a company dedicated to the education of land and other energy professionals. A recognized speaker and lecturer on various oil and gas topics across the nation, Hoge has over 20 years’ experience in all aspects of land management through positions as Landman, Division Order Analyst, Lease and Title Analyst and In-house counsel. She has trained thousands of land professionals in her popular seminars, calculation tutorials and innovative live webinars.
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