Oil and Gas Law

Oil and Gas Law

At SMITH ∙ ROSE ∙ FINLEY,we advise and assist clients, including landowners and oil and gas companies, with respect to all types of oil and gas law issues. We have extensive experience in area of Oil, Gas, & Energy Resources Law.

Landowners routinely seek our assistance in negotiating and preparing for oil and gas legal issues such as:

  • Oil and Gas Leases
  • Seismic Permits
  • Surface Leases and Easements
  • Mineral and Royalty Deeds
  • Specialized Industry Contracts

We review royalty records, lease offers, title information, and other records pertaining to the mineral estate. We are skilled in prosecuting lawsuits involving oil and gas law, from complex royalty litigation to ordinary surface contamination and breach of contract cases. By virtue of our vast experience in dealing with these and other oil and gas legal issues, we possess many tools that will protect the land and create significant value for landowners. We also perform title examinations for oil and gas companies, providing both leasehold and division-order title opinions. We prosecute claims on behalf of select oil and gas companies against other oil and gas companies, and we can often supply required curative instruments on behalf of our oil and gas clients.

Please call us at (325) 600-4319 or contact Allen Price or James Skinner if you need help with oil and gas law.

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