Welcome to The Mineral Rights Podcast! I'm here to help you to make the most out of your oil and gas mineral rights and royalty interests. From the latest mineral rights news to featured guests, get the knowledge and resources you need to manage your minerals and royalties.
MRP 109: NARO Board Member and Landman Katy Alven
In this interview, NARO Board Member and Landman Katy Alven shares her experiences working in the oil & gas industry and most recently managing the land department of a mineral acquisition company. We also discuss Katy's involvement with NARO and how NARO has helped her learn about how to manager her mineral rights.
MRP 108: Mineral Rights News June 2021
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for June 2021 we talk about Shell's plans to divest the Shell Deer Park Refinery and their recent lawsuit in the Netherlands, New Mexico's plans to go "green" with hydrogen (but are they just full of hot air?), an analysis of project profitability and why global oil and gas companies may have difficulty maintaining a consistent return on investment during their transition to a more green portfolio, and the next steps in the accommodation doctrine in Texas.
MRP 107: NARO Executive Director Jack Fleet
I'm very excited about our conversation with our guest this week. Justin and I spoke with Jack Fleet, the Executive Director of the National Association of Royalty Owners, Inc. (NARO).
In his role as Executive Director, Jack works as an advocate for mineral and royalty owners like you and I at the at both the state and national level, giving testimony on the impact of legislation being considered. We talk about the resources and events available through NARO to help you make the most of your minerals.
MRP 106: NARO Board Member Martha Barnes
Many of you may recognize today's guest from the Mineral Rights Forum and her involvement with the National Association of Royalty Owners (NARO). I'm referring to Martha Barnes who is an amazing person that has generously helped hundreds if not thousands of people on the forum and through her work with NARO.
In this episode, Martha shares some amazing tips for all mineral owners, whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned professional.
MRP 105: What You Should Know About the Depletion Deduction
Did you know that oil and gas royalty owners can take advantage of a form of depreciation on their interests called the depletion deduction? Learn all about it and why we need to let our voices be heard so that we can continue to depreciate our economic interests in property like all other industries.
As always, the show notes with links mentioned in this episode can be found at mineralrightspodcast.com.
MRP 104: Mineral Rights News May 2021
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for May 2021 we cover a case where pooling across county lines can make you have to pay property tax in two counties, a Texas mineral fund manager comes clean about losing investor's money, and the Biden Administration targets royalty owners.
As always, go to mineralrightspodcast.com to find the links to these articles and other resources mentioned in this episode. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much for this podcast. I inherited mineral rights and had no clue about this unique and interesting “industry “ until now.
Matt and Justin do a great job providing reliable and relevant information to mineral and royalty owners. Each podcast episode is organized and full of understandable information. This is a great service to mineral and royalty owners. We cannot thank you all enough. I can’t imagine the time that goes into each and every episode. They are well produced too. Thank you!
I can’t thank you enough for producing the highest quality podcast as it relates to mineral ownership. Although I have worked in this space for several years now, I find myself learning something new from every episode. The content you provide is second to none in the mineral space. I often listen to the podcast without distractions because I don’t want to miss anything, as they are packed full with important details. The mineral owners of this country owe you a great thanks for your efforts to educate us from the most basic foundations of mineral ownership to the highly complex, technical situations that can occur.