Denver, Colorado
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Crescent Point Energy U.S. Corp., a subsidiary of Crescent Point Energy Corp., is a conventional
oil and natural gas company with assets strategically focused in properties comprised of highquality,
long-life, operated light oil and natural gas reserves in the United States. Crescent Point
strives to create sustainable, value added growth in reserves, production, and cash flow through
the execution of management’s integrated strategy of acquiring, exploiting and developing
reserves in Canada and the United States.

Crescent Point is currently seeking to fill the following position:

Job Title:  Negotiating Landman
Location:  Denver, Colorado
Reports to:  Manager, Land & Business Development

The following will provide you with basic guidelines as to the duties required of this position.


The Negotiating Landman will be a key member of the technical asset team with a diverse array of land
responsibilities all directly attributing to the successful development and expansion of asset value.

Main Responsibilities & Activities:

  • Responsible for all land related activities including broker supervision; negotiations of joint venture agreements, operating agreements, unitization agreements; acquisition of leases, rightsof-way, surface use and damage agreements; title approval for drilling operations
  • Assist in major exploration, acquisition and divestment projects through the preparation of joint venture agreements, joint operating agreements purchase and sale agreements etc. as necessary
  • Communicate with Land Manager regarding new and existing agreements and coordinate legal review of documents as required
  • Handle negotiations as requested and coordinate all land due diligence efforts for major projects
  • Communicate with joint venture partners, working interest and royalty owners and handle any problems (i.e. information requests for transfer of interests, production information, etc.)
  • Contact surface owners and coordinate brokers to obtain rights-of-way, favorable damage agreements and permission to conduct operations
  • Maintain good relationships with all surface owners and assist with any problems
  • Communicate requirements to field personnel and independent contractors
  • Work collaboratively with the engineering, geology, and accounting departments in directing and/or carrying out the investigation, acquisition, operations and disposal of oil and gas leases
  • Act as liaison for all stakeholders including partners, industry peers, government agencies, tribal agencies, land owners and interest holders
  • Assist operations and accounting departments in obtaining and compiling information needed for government reports and notices: drilling applications, sundry notices, completion reports, gas determinations, monthly reports of operations, royalty remittance reports, etc.
  • Maintain good relationships with other oil and gas companies, landowners, governmental and Tribal agencies
  • Communicate frequently with others in order to stay abreast of current developments in the oil and gas industry

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Bachelor’s degree with a specialization in Petroleum Land Management or a similar certification
  • Minimum of 7 -10 years of experience in oil and gas exploration and production industry as a Landman
  • Experience in the Rocky Mountain Region as well Indian Reservations is essential
  • Experience in screening, evaluating, negotiating and implementing oil and gas capital investment opportunities, including those for leasehold, drilling and producing property acquisitions
  • Preference will be given to candidates with experience working in Utah with the Bureau of Land
  • Management, the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Ute Indian Tribe Energy & Minerals
  • Exceptional understanding of oil and gas practices, laws, contracts and regulations
  • Must be highly organized with strong analytical skills and attention to detail
  • Exceptionally strong oral and written communication, negotiating and presentation skills
  • Demonstrated ability to represent the company by making routine public contact with partners, contractors, service personnel, governmental officials, landowners and regulatory agencies
  • Strong problem solving ability to self-direct workload, prioritize projects and make decisions within corporate guidelines and direction of the Land Manager
  • Proven ability to mentor and develop more junior employees
  • Open communication style with all employees to encourage ideas and suggestions for improvement
  • Excellent computer skills with proficiency in all Microsoft Office Applications and various software applications used for maintaining lease records and division order data
  • Team player who enjoys learning and contributing to team goals

Only qualified candidates of interest will be contacted

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