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This article was originally published on the Bluetick LMS website, and is re-printed with permission from Bluetick Inc.The purchase of a land management system is a major undertaking for a company regardless of size. With the importance of data management in today’s environment, the choice will impact your organization for years to come. The data […]Continue reading
In this episode I’d like to chat about a part of lease provisions that people landmen, lease analysts, and land managers may not typically keep track of. I’ve written several articles in the past on lease provisions, but this will address them from a different perspective. As land professionals, we know that we need to keep […]Continue reading
Oftentimes we hear about ‘outsourcing’ and we think negative thoughts. Some of you may even be expecting to hear about how some company now has lease analysts or division order analysts based in India — although that isn’t what I’m talking about today. I’d like to discuss a trend I’m seeing in small to medium […]Continue reading
After the previous article introducing some basic tenets of land systems I have received plenty of emails inquiring about land systems. One reoccurring question has been about the trade-offs between tract based and agreement based systems. Rather than give my own (biased) opinion, I thought that it would be a great idea to get some […]Continue reading
Land management systems (LMS) are used by a variety of companies to manage their assets. Some of the companies that utilize land systems are E&P companies, mining companies, law firms, pipeline companies, and royalty partnerships. These systems maintain an electronic catalog of leases, company owned fee lands, rights-of-way, unit designations, and any other type of agreement […]Continue reading