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For landmen everywhere, it’s important to have accurate, complete, and up-to-date information when attempting to precisely and effectively do your job. However, depending on the tools and resources at your disposal, you may not have access to the things you need to succeed. Thankfully, there is a free way to stay ahead of the curve and ensure you are able to get the lease first.
Do you wish there were more hours in the day? Do you have too much work and not enough time to get it all done? We understand the life of a surveyor can be ruled by time so we would like to share some great time management tips that might help you manage your workload.
While the Texas Railroad Commission is largely known by landmen, surveyors, abstractors, oil and gas employees and other land professionals, there are a number of facts and interesting bits of information that many have never heard. Let’s take a look at a few of those facts and explain why they are important.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, jobs in the oil and gas industry increased almost 40% from 2007 to 2012. Despite the recent drop in oil prices, the industry will always remain a constant percentage of the workforce. Candidates for these competitive positions are aided by degrees from the most highly regarded schools for land management. The discipline of land management incorporates fields of study such as energy management, natural resource management and forestry. From a petroleum industry standpoint, these roles play an important part in environmental compliance and due diligence.
If you aren't unfamiliar with the term “property tax lien,” that’s a good thing. The only reason you would know it is if you don’t pay your taxes. Failure to pay taxes results in property liens placed on your property, including your house, land, car, bank account and sometimes your business or company. After a property tax lien is placed on any of the aforementioned properties, you are limited in actions related to your property until the debt is paid off.
Whether you are a surveyor, landman, oil and gas worker or other land professional, winter can be particularly long and cold. For both your comfort and your health, it is important that you understand how to appropriately prepare for winter weather when working outdoors. Let’s take a look at a few of the most helpful tips from experienced outdoor workers and health experts:
As the year comes to an end, and everyone travels home for the holidays, we think about that for which we are grateful. Our relationship with you is something we treasure and value. Thank you for the incredible opportunity to serve you this year. We wish you a very happy holiday and look forward to seeing and hearing from you in the New Year!
As we close out the year, we would like to re-share a couple of our most popular blogs from 2014. Without further delay, we have brought back, "Six Surveyors Who Shaped America." Enjoy!
When working in an industry that requires total accuracy and detailed documentation, it’s important to have access to effective and trustworthy tools. Thankfully, CourthouseDirect.com has a number of resources for surveyors to choose what works best for each project.
In the Oil & Gas industry, the key to being productive, accurate, and successful depends on the tools landmen have at their disposal. With the proper tools, the job becomes simplified and more fulfilling. Thankfully, CourthouseDirect.com offers a number of search tools to help landmen perform their jobs efficiently.
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