All Blog Posts Tagged 'landman' (3)

An update on my haynesville shale learning endeavor...

I am thoroughly familiar with the internet, but this is my first blog so hang in there as I learn the routine.

I have spent the last two weeks bouncing back and forth from DeSoto Parish, Red River, Caddo, and Bossier. Along with meeting people, I have also tried to gain a little first hand knowledge of the court houses. As I said before, I am not pushy enough to be a salesman, and I have learned this characteristic would come in handy venturing into the Clerk's Office. I had to ask… Continue

Added by CajunInTexas on May 8, 2010 at 15:03 — 11 Comments

Attempting to learn more and document the process...

I'm a 24 year old one semester away from a Biology degree, not your typical oil and gas researcher. However, I grew up with a grandfather working extensively in the oil field services area, and my uncles were destined to follow. I attended UL in Lafayette, and was introduced to the off shore drilling aspect, and was also made familiar with the business and investment portion of the industry. I was born and raised in the Haughton area, with my family dispursed over Bossier, DeSoto, and Union…


Added by CajunInTexas on April 13, 2010 at 12:17 — 6 Comments

Where is everyone working?

I am a field landman for a small oil and gas company out of Lafayette Louisiana, well needless to say work has been getting extremely slow the last few months. I have been searching for employment but have had no success. It seems as though no one is hiring, but I keep reading of all the activity going on in the Haynesville Shale. Can anyone give me any leads to who in the area may be hiring? I have ample experience including title work, leasing/permiting, pipeline planning, drill site setup,… Continue

Added by Brian Holman on August 7, 2009 at 1:29 — 1 Comment

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