Dan C. Perry has practiced oil and gas law in Texas and New Mexico for 35 years, focusing exclusively on representing mineral owners with their oil and gas leases. During that period, he has negotiated and drafted in excess of 500 oil and gas leases covering more than 1,000,000 acres, and has tracked the drilling and production of hundreds of oil and gas wells. Perry uses his experience in the field of Mineral Management, whereby he provides full service representation for the marketing of unleased minerals, negotiating and drafting of oil and gas leases and industry contracts, auditing royalty payments and overseeing the oil companies' performance of their lease covenants. He currently serves as Mineral Manager (either as a Trustee, General Partner or LLC Manager) for five different family entities, with over 200,000 acres of minerals under his direct control.
My website is presented so you can review my professional background, experience and
expertise in the field of Mineral Management and Oil and Gas Law.
I currently represent Minerals for sale and lease, but am not accepting new clients at this time.
I would be happy to refer you to one of my many colleagues.
"My approach is to proactively market my clients' minerals to encourage valuable exploration and production, while simultaneously making the oil companies accountable to their lease commitments. This professional Mineral Management yields a better return for the mineral owner."
- Dan Perry
Not only does Dan Perry have the benefit of his experience and many contacts in the oil and gas industry and landowner community, but he has access to the latest in technological advancements, such as drillinginfo.com, PLS (Petroleum Listing Service) and ACH (Automated Clearinghouse) direct deposit settlement of distributions to beneficiaries and partners. He is a member of numerous professional and industry organizations, and has spoken as an expert to The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, the American Association of Professional Landmen and the Texas Bar Association. He is peer review rated "AV - Preeminent" by Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards. An honors graduate of Princeton University and SMU Law School, Perry has the intellectual capacity, entrepeneurial ingenuity, experience and resources to market and administer mineral assets.
Dan Perry has written numerous scholarly articles on topics in Oil and Gas Law.
Three articles are below for your review. Click on each title to access the article.
Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute in San Francisco.
55 Rocky Mt. Min. L. Inst. 27-1.
Addresses the topic of representing
the mineral owner in oil and gas
American Association of Professional Landmen in Houston.
Published March/April 2002:
Landman, Vol.47, No. 2, AAPL's signature publication.
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