This week, KRCL’s energy law podcast addresses the fiduciary obligations of the executive rights holder to non-executive mineral interest owners, as well as an important appellate decision about acreage retention clauses keyed off of proration units. Also covered in this week’s episode: the Supreme Court of Texas agrees to settle a rift between the intermediate appellate courts concerning the proper interpretation of a common provision in oil-and-gas leases.
Posted by Thomas G. Ciarlone Jr.
Thomas G. Ciarlone, Jr., focuses his practice on oil-and-gas litigation and general commercial litigation and dispute resolution. Tom has nearly twenty years of complex litigation experience in trial and appellate courts across the country, and his practice broadly reaches all forms of contentious business disputes. When royalties and other mineral interests are...