Faculty and practitioners will also have presentations on current oil and gas developments. File photo
An in-depth look at oil, gas and mineral law will be part of an upcoming presentation hosted by the University of Texas School of Law and the Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section of the Texas State Bar.
The annual Ernest E. Smith Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Fundamentals Institute event will held April 13-14. The fundamentals portion of the event will feature a faculty of academics and practitioners examining legal issues pertaining to oil and gas, including a comprehensive look at how to drill a well for oil and gas. A discussion on oil and gas lease classification, royalty valuation, implied covenants, clauses, conveyancing and Joint Operation Agreement will also be part of the program.
On April 14, the institute portion of the program offers courses for attorneys, corporate lawyers, E&P operators and landmen. Faculty and practitioners will also have presentations on current oil and gas developments.
Registrants may also attend the event through a live webcast. Registration for the fundamentals program is $325 and $375 after April 5 with $300 for webcast registration. Registration for the Institute program on Day Two is $375 and $425 after April 5 with $300 for webcast registration.
Visit https://www.txoga.org/ogerl-ut-laws-ernest-e-smith-oil-gas-mineral-law-april-13-14-houston/ for more information and to register.