Joseph’s continued commitment to this program will help to ensure that Castle is prepared to address the needs of its management clients in 2013 and beyond"
Fort Worth, Texas (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
Joseph P. DeWoody, Managing Member of Castle Energy Management, LLC, has been granted official recognition as a Certified Minerals Manager (CMM) by the National Association of Royalty Owners. DeWoody, who holds both a BBA and MBA from Baylor University, joins a professionally recognized group who have attained this certification.
The National Association of Royalty Owners, which is based in Tulsa, OK, conducts the certification program. The CMM is designed to equip mineral managers to deal with the complex problems and issues that arise in oil and gas management.
The CMM program is comprised of a series of examinations, work experience, and continuing education courses designed to test a candidates competency in managing oil and gas assets. Examinations are designed to test the candidate’s knowledge in the areas of legal elements of mineral management, financial transactions and records, regulatory policies and procedures, and practical applications. Certification recognizes specialized skills used across multiple disciplines required for mineral management and the integration of knowledge about multiple facets of the oil and gas industry.
“The oil and gas industry brings a myriad of opportunities as well as challenges for property owners. Joseph’s continued commitment to this program will help to ensure that Castle is prepared to address the needs of its management clients in 2013 and beyond,” said King.
CASTLE ENERGY MANAGEMENT, LLC: manages oil and gas portfolios for individuals, families, trusts, banks, university foundations, and corporations. Castle’s management team has over 100 years of oil and gas management and currently manages properties in over 210 counties in 20 states.