This Course will be presented again in San Antonio on March 22 and 23
The American Association of Professional Landmen invites you to attend its Introduction to Field Land Practices seminar to be held at the Doubletree Hotel Houston Downtown, 400 Dallas St, Houston, TX (713) 759-0202. This two day seminar will be presented on Thursday and Friday, January 25-26, 2007 from to .
The AAPL Introduction to Field Land Practices seminar is a two-day program designed for the six-month to five year landman and is well suited for both the field landman and the in-house landman wanting to learn more about field land practices. It can serve as a primer for those starting out in Field Landwork, as a refresher and general review for the more experienced landman, or as an opportunity for the company landman to learn more about field landwork. The material presented will build on the foundation acquired on-the-job and will solidify skills recently acquired. It is also suitable for those interested in learning some of the basics of Landwork and what a landman does. This is a basic but fast-paced, interactive course, designed to equip the beginner landman and others with the knowledge necessary for success. The course is NOT intended to qualify attendees to be a landman but will introduce them to the basic principals and practices of the profession.
Curtis D. Horne & Associates, LLC Curtis D. Horne, CPL Curtis D. Horne began his career as an independent landman in Oklahoma in 1981, and has experience in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Montana. His firm, Curtis D. Horne & Associates, LLC, has offices in Houston and Fort Worth, providing clients ...
Curtis D. Horne & Associates, LLC
Curtis D. Horne, CPL
Curtis D. Horne began his career as an independent landman in Oklahoma in 1981, and has experience in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Montana. His firm, Curtis D. Horne & Associates, LLC, has offices in Houston and Fort Worth, providing clients throughout Texas with a full range of field land services. He is a member of the American Association of Professional Landmen, the Houston Association of Professional Landmen, the Ark-La-Tex Association of Professional Landmen and the Montana Association of Professional Landmen.
Curt is an instructor for the AAPL Certified Professional Landman Exam Review and the AAPL Basic Land Seminar, covering topics which include Real Property Law, Contract Law, The Oil & Gas Lease, Title Opinions and Curative, Conveyancing, Interest Calculations and Ethics. He currently serves as Chairman of the AAPL Certification Committee and as a member of the AAPL Education Committee. Curt was the recipient of the 2002 Field/Independent Landman Award from the AAPL.