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ProfileLand Advisor The candidate will analyze, negotiate and prepare and/or review agreements including leases, farm outs, term assignments and operating agreements required for drilling wells to evaluate and/or develop acreage managed by Asset Teams including all compliance required for agreements as well as obtain the necessary title examination, title curative and issue final title approval and release of wells for drilling. Review reports of county/state/federal ownership, oil and gas leases, and participation agreements to ascertain mineral and/or surface ownership, working interests, and net revenue interests. Prepare exhibits and lease schedules for Unit Agreements, Joint Operating Agreements, Conveyance and Assignments, Communitizations, and other pertinent documents. Coordinate leasehold checks with field broker and work closely with Landman to summarize data. Assist in preparation of documents for unitization or expansion of federal units. Coordinates with Landman the purchase of small interest owners and preparation of the conveyance documents. Assist Landman in research ownership for new drilling and/or operational AFE’s, and provide required information to Land Tech for further handling. Assist in the development and implementation of department procedures. Correspond/communicate with regulatory agencies regarding ownership, leasing, assignments, spacing, etc. (BLM, State, Conservation Commission, BIA, etc). Prepare various agreements under direction of Landman, including Declaration of Pooling, lease extensions, releases, assignments, affidavits of production, and title curative documents. Attend company and industry meetings and represent Newfield for Land/Regulatory/Working Interest matters, interface with working interest owners, royalty owners and surface owners. Order abstracts and drilling title opinions from Title Attorneys, facilitate research and information flow to attorney, and initiate and/or recommend curative upon request. Must have Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Land Management, Energy Management, Business or a related field or Law degree (J.D.) from an accredited Law school. Should have 20 years of in-house, broad-based working experience in traditional operations Land Negotiator roles. Knowledge of land principles and the application with the ability to analyze leases, division orders, and contracts to determine ownership within a prospect is required. Knowledge of multiple state and federal regulations in our areas of operation is needed. Proficiency with the Microsoft office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) is must. Proven ability to effectively interact with a multidisciplinary oil and gas team and capacity to establish professional credibility with internal and external contacts is essential.
Newfield Exploration Company
4 Waterway Square Place Suite 100
The Woodlands, TX 77380