AAPL
Professional Development

Education - Complimentary

As an exclusive benefit to our members, AAPL offers complimentary on-demand webinars with viewing access for one full year. Internet access is required, as you will not be able to download the webinar video to your computer. At the bottom of each webinar page, there will be instructions for how to enter your component code to receive recertification credits upon completion of the webinar.

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2014 Annual Meeting Session - AAPL Operating Agreement and the Non-Paying Non-Op

Credits

1.00 CEU

Description

Speaker: Paul G. Yale

 

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2012 Annual Meeting Session - Pooling in Resource Plays

Credits

1.00 CEU

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Speaker: Allen Cummings, Law Offices of Allen D. Cummings

 

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Ethics and America's Landman

Credits

1.00 CEU Ethics

Description

AAPL’s Ethics Video is specifically designed to enhance and elevate members’ awareness of the importance, the implications and the opportunities Ethics present for the Land profession.  It underscores the AAPL’s continuing commitment to Ethics and reinforces our viewpoint, values and vision to members and the public alike.

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2015 Annual Meeting Session - Negotiations

Credits

3.00 CEU

Description

2015 Annual Meeting Session - Negotiations
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2015 Annual Meeting Session - Keeping the “Independent” in Independent Landman

Credits

1.50 CEU

Description

Speaker: Robert Pritchard

 

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2015 Annual Meeting Session - Mineral Management

Credits

1.00 CEU

Description

Speaker: Diana Frazier, CPL

 

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2016 Annual Meeting Session - Due Diligence Overview

Credits

3.50 CEU

Description

2016 Annual Meeting Session - Due Diligence Overview
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2016 Annual Meeting Session - Oilfield Economics

Credits

1.00 CEU

Description

Oilfield Economics: Understanding Expenses and Revenue

 Zack Arnold | General Manager of Operations | Northeast Natural Energy

Investing basic oil and gas well economics, this presetation analyzes expenditure and revenue throughout each step of the drilling process.  The expenditures are broken down into specific categories highlighting the costs and operations of hydraulic fracturing, drilling and producing the well.  The presentation works to demonstrate actual revenue by evaluating market pricing, basin level adjustments and operating expenses. 

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2016 Annual Meeting Session - Regulatory Permitting

Credits

1.00 CEU

Description

Regulatory Permitting: Natural Gas Infrastructure

 Kenneth E. Tawney | Member | Jackson Kelly PLLC

This presentation will provide an overview of government regulation of the midstream segment and current issues that relate to landmen. 

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2016 Annual Meeting Session - Petroleum Geology

Credits

1.00 CEU

Description

Petroleum Geology

Aaron J. Adams, PhD | AAPG Certified Petroleum Geologist

Today's fast-paced business world demands continuous communication about the catalysts that make the oil and gas industry tick.  Common petroleum geology themes that can influence land acquisitions/divestments and budgets include prospect risking, identifying hydrocardbon potential and play mapping.  Take home a few key techincal conversations that will enrich team discussions and help define the value of your mineral acreage. 

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2016 Annual Meeting Session - Principled Leadership

Credits

1.00 CEU

Description

Principled Leadership: A Road from Good to Great

 Joan Vestrand | Associate Dean and Professor of Law | Western Michigan University - Thomas M. Cooley Law School

Detailing the behavioral science behind ethical decision making, this program addresses why ethics matter to both personal and professional success and also focuses on pricipled life and leadership and its benefits.  It explores the human brain, including the pull of our subconscious and its powerful influence on our choices and decisions.  Best strategies for avoiding the slippery slope of self-destruction are identified and encouraged for production of the moral muscle memory necessary to overcome our own oftentimes nefarious influence.  The importance of personal integrity in leadership, and in best life practices, is demonstrated, as are the benefits of positive attitude and optimism in our ability to lead and achieve. 

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2016 Annual Meeting Session - Negotiating the Oil and Gas Lease

Credits

1.50 CEU

Description

Negotiating the Oil and Gas Lease

Roger A. Soape, CPL | President and Majority Shareholder | Roger A. Soape, Inc.,

Negotiating the oil and gas lease is almost always a unique event.  Still, the individual events all have many common elements.  Leasing properties in Texas, for example, will share many principles with leasing in every other state.  The presentation will concentrate on the common elements of negotiating the oil and gas lease.  As we will see, some of those common elements can be influenced by the parties' uncommon actions and circumstances.