What is a Landman?

A self-employed individual or company employee who secures oil and gas leases, checks legal titles, and attempts to cure title defects so that drilling can begin. Landmen are a crucial, integral, and vital part of the energy industry. Landmen work for oil companies in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Lousiana, Kansas, Arkansas, Virgina, North Carolina, South Carolina, and New York. Several universities have added professional land management as a major.

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