Holland Services

  • Landman

    Job Locations US-CO-Denver
    Job ID
  • Summary

     Must be able to work with minimal supervision and demonstrate appropriate initiative when making decisions and problem-solving. Must be able to prioritize and organize multiple simultaneous tasks to ensure timely and accurate completion. Willingness to learn and apply knowledge in title law desired; demonstrated knowledge of title law in any state, preferred. Must have excellent communication skills on all levels within and outside of the organization, and the ability to negotiate win-win solutions.


    • Negotiating oil and gas lease rights with mineral owners
    • Analyze and interpret lease purchase agreements
    • Evaluate acreage, develop lease offers and review titles to determine ownership
    • Analyze lease terms and determine drilling requirements
    • Manages/maintains existing leasehold, rentals, and unit obligations
    • Represents the company as the primary point of contact with land owners and the State with regard to leasehold matters
    • Compare reported data for each oil and gas well (drilling records, unit size/location, and production) and ensure conformity with the requirements outlined within all affected leases.
    • Examine Title Opinions and Title made available by the Seller to verify ownership of individual assets, utilizing various county software & websites to update title as necessary.


    Education and/or Experience:   

    • Preferred- Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience. 2+ years as a Land Tech, Lease Analyst or Division Order Analyst with a basic understanding of oil & gas exploration terms and land and legal descriptions


    Other Skills, Abilities or preferred Qualifications:

    • Must have a basic understanding of land functions.
    • Candidates should have past experience with title and land due diligence.

    • Must have a working knowledge of title and related issues



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