Upcoming Webinar

How to Identify and Resolve Your Oil & Gas Underpayments









Webinar Details

June 27, 2019 | 2:00 PM CT – 3:00PM CT
Please join us as Jay Snodgrass and John MacFarland discuss the top underpayments oil & gas investors struggle with every day. Find out how royalty owners can be proactive in identifying and flagging possible issues before they are a problem.
You will walk away knowing:
· What are the most common types and causes of underpayments?
· What should royalty owners do if they uncover and underpayment?
· Are there certain states/counties/basins where underpayments seem to be more prevalent?
· What are royalties in suspense and how should you manage them?


Jay Snodgrass

Jay Snodgrass

VP, Sales & Business Development, MineralSoft

Jay Snodgrass currently serves as Vice President of Business Development for MineralSoft, recently acquired by Drillinginfo. In this role, Jay works closely with strategic clients on managing their mineral, royalty and non-operated working interest investments to help them solve challenges around reporting to shareholders impacted by strategic decisions, such as forecasting asset values, identifying inaccurate or missing payments, and providing insights into portfolio performance to key stakeholders. 
Jay brings a successful track record of more than 10 years as an investment professional in oil and gas. He has been recognized by Oil & Gas Investor Magazine as one of 20 finance professionals under 40 years of age who are expected to lead the industry into the future. 
Jay earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance and computer information systems from the University of Miami. He holds professional designations including Certified Mineral Manager and Registered Landman.
 John B. McFarland

John B. McFarland

Attorney, GDHM

Mr. McFarland represents land and mineral owners in oil, gas and mineral law, water law, and environmental law issues, in both transactional and litigation matters.  In the last forty years, Mr. McFarland has negotiated oil and gas leases and lease options covering more than a million acres of land in Texas. His practice includes negotiation of seismic survey permits, data use licenses, purchase and sales agreements, pipeline easements, and financing agreements covering leasehold, mineral and royalty interests, and litigation of title and royalty cases. He obtained Board Certification as a Specialist in Oil, Gas and Mineral Law in December 1986.

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