Landmen have a unique set of responsibilities, and our new eBook and infographic break down the industry for new professionals while offering oil and gas veterans a helpful refresher.
Houston Texas (PRWEB) October 02, 2014
Breaking into the oil and gas industry can be challenging – and without the right resources, it can be difficult for even the most experienced landmen to stay on top of the latest changes. To help both new and seasoned landmen make the most of the industry, CourthouseDirect.com has released a complimentary “Landman Survival Guide” eBook and an accompanying infographic entitled “The Evolution of the Landman.”
The eBook contains a wealth of resources for current and aspiring landmen, including advice for joining the industry, helpful on-the-job hints and links to a variety of oil and gas organizations. Meanwhile, the infographic details the history of the oil and gas industry and the changing role technology plays in the jobs of landmen everywhere. From high-tech tools of the trade to the rise of horizontal drilling, this infographic covers the industry’s most notable developments and their effect on the modern landman.
Paul Cones, president of CourthouseDirect.com, explained, “CourthouseDirect.com wanted to create a comprehensive set of resources to help people get to know the oil and gas business a little better. Landmen have a unique set of responsibilities, and our new eBook and infographic break down the industry for new professionals while offering oil and gas veterans a helpful refresher.”
The eBook and infographic are both available for free download at CourthouseDirect.com.
For more than 30 years, Houston-based CourthouseDirect.com, Inc. has offered the nation's largest and most comprehensive repository of courthouse documents online. Their searchable database includes a wide range of public and real property records, grantor/grantee indexes and document images for over 1,000 counties across the United States. Besides providing easy information access, the company also offers research, consulting, training and GIS mapping services. CourthouseDirect.com can be contacted online at information(at)CourthouseDirect(dot)com or by phone at (713) 683-4000.