For the first time, the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation has partnered with NAPE to provide lawyers, landmen, and other energy professionals with oil and gas and renewable energy legal education in conjunction with the NAPE Expo!
On the afternoon of Tuesday, February 8, presentations will examine cutting edge and timely legal issues, including commercial and legal models for acquiring CCUS storage rights; common issues faced by lawyers and landmen working on projects for mineral and royalty buyers; a comparison of the respective liabilities of working interest owners both with and without a joint operating agreement; and mineral, site control, and title considerations associated with wind, solar, and battery storage projects. Then on the morning of Thursday, February 10, join us again for a comprehensive update on oil and gas legal developments while you enjoy breakfast—included complimentary with your registration!
Enhance your NAPE Expo experience by earning up to five hours of CLE or CE credit from the largest independent nonprofit provider of legal education in the nation devoted to natural resources and energy law. The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation is a unique collaborative educational organization governed by representatives from bar associations, industry associations, law schools, and volunteers, and is known for the high-quality of its educational programs and publications.
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