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Injection Disposal Wells & Earthquakes

San Antonio, Texas   January 23, 2014

Billy K. Lemons, Principal Consultant at Resource Analytical & Management Group, LLC, interviewed by San Antonio Business Journal regarding connection between injection disposal wells and earthquakes in and around Texas oil and gas plays.

San Antonio Business Journal
Eagle Ford Shale Insight

Five Minutes With Billy K. Lemons

By Sanford Nowlin

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Billy K. Lemons Featured Speaker At Mineral Owner Workshop

Lovelady, Texas   March 21, 2013

Billy K. Lemons, President & Principal Consultant of Resource Analytical & Management Group, LLC, was a featured speaker at a mineral owners workshop held in Lovelady, Texas on March 21, 2013.

The workshop was hosted by the following organizations and businesses:

Pineywoods Resource Conservation and Development (pineywoodsrcd.org)

Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association (tlma.org)

Texas Forestry  Association (texasforestry.org)

Houston County, Texas Government (co.houston.tx.us)

Trinity County, Texas Government (co.trinity.tx.us)

Houston County Texas A&M Agri-Life Extension (houston.agrilife.org)

Trinity County Texas A&M Agri-Life Extension (trinity.agrilife.org)

Houston County Farm Bureau

Lovelady State Bank

Broxson Hardware & Construction

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“Monster” Haynesville Shale Gas Wells In Eastern Nacogdoches County, Texas

Nacogdoches, Texas   June 17, 2009

Billy K. Lemons, Principal Consultant at Resource Analytical & Management Group, interviewed regarding massive leasing and drilling activity for Haynesville Shale gas wells in eastern Nacogdoches County, Texas.

KTRE East Texas Channel 9 News, Nacogdoches/Lufkin

By Donna McCollum

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Billy K. Lemons Featured Speaker At Land, Mineral & Royalty Owners Seminar Hosted By First Judicial District Bar Association, Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association And Texas Forestry Association

Jasper, Texas   May 16, 2009

Billy K. Lemons, RF, Principal Consultant with Resource Analytical & Management Group, was the principal speaker at an educational seminar for east Texas land, mineral and royalty owners held at the Pavilion In The Pines meeting facility, Jasper, Texas, on Saturday, May 16, 2009.

The seminar was hosted by the First Judicial District Bar Association of the State Bar of Texas (texasbar.com), the Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association (tlma.org), and the Texas Forestry Association (texasforestry.org). All proceeds after facility and catering costs went to Texas Lions Camp, providing camping experiences at no charge to children with medical conditions, since 1949. Speakers donated their time.

Mr. Lemons’ two-part presentation covered an introduction to minerals asset management, with concentrations on understanding industry organization, who’s who when they call or come knocking, proper perspectives for valuing one’s minerals and prospective leases, the must of getting professional assistance, a long list of basic dos and don’ts in the business, and monitoring and enforcement.

Resource Analytical & Management Group is a Nacogdoches-based natural resource consulting firm that represents land, mineral and royalty owners in matters of oil and gas leases, pipeline and roadway easements, surface damages, seismic permits, and royalty audits. Lemons is a 1974 graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University and a 30-year veteran of the profession. During the past two years Lemons has been featured speaker for more than a dozen public seminars and workshops for land and mineral owners in east Texas, north Texas and northwest Louisiana. His down-to-earth talks and print articles on stewardship of oil, gas and mineral assets are popular across four states in the immediate region and as far east as the Marcellus Shale play in Pennsylvania, New York and West Virginia.

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Billy K. Lemons Speaks To Land, Mineral & Royalty Owners At Harvest In Harmony Workshops Hosted By Chisholm Trail Resource Conservation & Development, Inc., In north central Texas.

Bowie, Texas   December 11, 2008
Archer City, Texas   March 04, 2009
Decatur, Texas   March 05, 2009

Billy K. Lemons, RF, Principal Consultant with Resource Analytical & Management Group, spoke to land and mineral owners at three Harvest In Harmony educational seminars held by the Chisholm Trail Resource Conservation & Development, Inc., in north central Texas in late 2008 and early 2009.

The first seminar was held in Bowie, Texas on December 11, 2008, the second was held in Archer City, Texas on March 04, 2009, and the third was held in Decatur, Texas on March 05, 2009.

The north central region of Texas is home to the Barnett Shale oil and gas play, with natural gas composing the principal commodity produced from the play. However, oil and natural gas condensate make up a large portion of the production from the Barnett in the northern window of the play in and around the areas of Bowie and Decatur, Texas.

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Hundreds Look For Answers About Leasing Land For Haynesville Shale

Stonewall, Louisiana   May 29, 2008

Resource Analytical’s Billy K. Lemons, RF, presents a minerals stewardship seminar to a crowd of more than 500 people in Stonewall, Louisiana.

KSLA News 12 Shreveport/Ark-La-Tex

Stonewall, Louisiana Seminar 05-29-2008

(Reporter’s comments contain numerous misquotes.)

See Report 

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People Hunt For Answers About The Haynesville Shale

Shreveport, Louisiana   May 14, 2008

Billy K. Lemons, RF, of Resource Analytical & Management Group quoted by The Shreveport Times.

(Article no longer available.)

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Lease Agreements Prompt Many Questions For Landowners

Shreveport, Louisiana   May 05, 2008

Billy K. Lemons, RF, of Resource Analytical & Management Group quoted by The Shreveport Times.

(Article no longer available.)

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Playing The Haynesville Shale

Shreveport, Louisiana   May 04, 2008

Billy K. Lemons, RF, of Resource Analytical & Management Group quoted by The Shreveport Times.

(Article no longer available.)

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Lemons Draws Audience Of 600-Plus Haynesville Shale Land & Mineral Owners

Grand Cane, Louisiana   April 26, 2008

Billy K. Lemons, Principal Consultant of Resource Analytical & Management Group, drew an overflow crowd of more than 600 land and mineral owners to his “Introduction To Good Stewardship Of Your Oil, Gas & Mineral Assets” seminar held in Grand Cane, Louisiana on May 29, 2008.

The seminar was hosted by the Logansport Tribune and the DeSoto Parish Chamber of Commerce and was covered by The Shreveport Times.

The Haynesville Shale play was in its infancy at the time, with most mineral owners still leasing their acreage for as little as $250 per net mineral acre lease bonus and 1/5th lease royalty.

However, with the truth spreading quickly by word of mouth and newspaper and TV news coverage immediately following Lemons’ talk, along with his talk just a month later in Stonewall, Lousiana, which drew a crowd of more than 500 mineral owners, mineral owners in the region soon began to realize that they had something even better than the Barnett Shale play in north central Texas.

In the weeks following the seminar, lease bonus and royalties in the play immediately skyrocketed, with, for example, the City of Shreveport getting $30,000 per net mineral acre lease bonus and a 30-percent royalty for its mineral acreage leases.

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Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association

Austin, Texas   September 04, 2007

Billy K. Lemons named Regional Vice President of Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association.

Billy K. Lemons, RF, has been named Regional Vice President for Region 6 of the Texas Land and Mineral Owners Association (tlma.org), a non-profit, statewide advocacy association working on behalf of land and mineral owners in the State of Texas. The region encompasses east Texas and is an historic hotbed of oil and gas activity in the state.

Mr. Lemons is a 1974 graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor of Science in Forestry and has done graduate and post graduate studies in forest biometrics, applied statistics, oil and gas and real estate.  He is a principal of Resource Analytical & Management Group, a Nacogdoches-based consultancy, with almost three decades experience in providing consulting forestry, oil and gas, GIS, appraisal, management and other services to clientele of non-industrial private landowners and mineral interests, estates and trusts, family limited partnerships, charities, industrial and financial institutions, and legal and accounting firms.

He is a member of the Society of American Foresters, the American Association of Professional Landmen, the Texas Society of Professional Surveyors, the Texas Forestry Association, and the Forest Landowners Association, as well as other professional associations.  He is a Texas registered Easement & Right-of-Way Agent and a Registered Forester.

“I very much look forward to continuing to serve in any capacity I can with the TLMA and the land and mineral owners in the State of Texas who so desire to be good stewards of the natural resources with which God has blessed us,” says Mr. Lemons.  “The cause is right, the opportunities for accomplishment are unlimited, and I am ready to go to work.”

“Mr. Lemons believes in working to do what is right for everyone,” said Dr. Kitty-Sue Quinn, Executive Director of TLMA.  “Mr. Lemons practices what he preaches.  He believes in and has dedicated his life to service and stewardship.  His background in forest resources and conservation as combined with oil and gas land services and his knowledge of east Texas issues will provide new areas of experience and expertise to the TLMA team.”

“I can’t be more excited for TLMA members and for all land and mineral owners of east Texas that Mr. Lemons will be joining us,” concluded Quinn.

Formed in 1999, TLMA now has over 1,200 land and mineral interest owner members.  The members of TLMA are excited to be continuing the discussion on the best way to achieve the maximum production possible while protecting the land and the ever important groundwater which is vital to keeping our land productive.

Members of the eleven member TLMA board include Roger F. Welder, J. F. Welder Heirs, Ltd. (Chairman); Carolyn Frost Keenan, Keenan Family Interests (Vice Chairman); the Honorable Cullen R. Looney, EIA Properties (Treasurer); the Honorable Dolph Briscoe, Jr., Briscoe Ranch, Inc; Jack Hunt, King Ranch, Inc; Scott Petty, Jr., Petty Ranch Company; George E. Tanner, Mesteña Operating, Ltd.; Chaunce O. Thompson, Jr., C&S Cattle Co.; J. A. Whittenburg, III, Turkey Track Ranch; and Barry Coates Roberts, Coates Energy Trust.

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Injection Disposal Wells & Earthquakes

San Antonio, Texas
January 23, 2014

Billy K. Lemons, Principal Consultant at Resource Analytical & Management Group, LLC, interviewed by San Antonio Business Journal regarding connection between injection disposal wells and earthquakes in and around Texas oil and gas plays.

San Antonio Business Journal
Eagle Ford Shale Insight

Five Minutes With
Billy K. Lemons

By Sanford Nowlin

Read Article 

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Billy K. Lemons Featured Speaker At Mineral Owner Workshop

Lovelady, Texas
March 21, 2013

Billy K. Lemons, President & Principal Consultant of Resource Analytical & Management Group, LLC, was a featured speaker at a mineral owners workshop held in Lovelady, Texas on March 21, 2013.

The workshop was hosted by the following organizations and businesses:

Pineywoods Resource Conservation and Development (pineywoodsrcd.org)

Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association (tlma.org)

Texas Forestry  Association (texasforestry.org)

Houston County, Texas Government (co.houston.tx.us)

Trinity County, Texas Government (co.trinity.tx.us)

Houston County Texas A&M Agri-Life Extension (houston.agrilife.org)

Trinity County Texas A&M Agri-Life Extension (trinity.agrilife.org)

Houston County Farm Bureau

Lovelady State Bank

Broxson Hardware & Construction

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“Monster” Haynesville Shale Gas Wells In Eastern Nacogdoches County, Texas

Nacogdoches, Texas
June 17, 2009

Billy K. Lemons, Principal Consultant at Resource Analytical & Management Group, interviewed regarding massive leasing and drilling activity for Haynesville Shale gas wells in eastern Nacogdoches County, Texas.

KTRE East Texas Channel 9 News, Nacogdoches/Lufkin

By Donna McCollum

Read Article 

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Billy K. Lemons Featured Speaker At Land, Mineral & Royalty Owners Seminar Hosted By First Judicial District Bar Association, Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association And Texas Forestry Association

Jasper, Texas
May 16, 2009

Billy K. Lemons, RF, Principal Consultant with Resource Analytical & Management Group, was the principal speaker at an educational seminar for east Texas land, mineral and royalty owners held at the Pavilion In The Pines meeting facility, Jasper, Texas, on Saturday, May 16, 2009.

The seminar was hosted by the First Judicial District Bar Association of the State Bar of Texas (texasbar.com), the Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association (tlma.org), and the Texas Forestry Association (texasforestry.org). All proceeds after facility and catering costs went to Texas Lions Camp, providing camping experiences at no charge to children with medical conditions, since 1949. Speakers donated their time.

Mr. Lemons’ two-part presentation covered an introduction to minerals asset management, with concentrations on understanding industry organization, who’s who when they call or come knocking, proper perspectives for valuing one’s minerals and prospective leases, the must of getting professional assistance, a long list of basic dos and don’ts in the business, and monitoring and enforcement.

Resource Analytical & Management Group is a Nacogdoches-based natural resource consulting firm that represents land, mineral and royalty owners in matters of oil and gas leases, pipeline and roadway easements, surface damages, seismic permits, and royalty audits. Lemons is a 1974 graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University and a 30-year veteran of the profession. During the past two years Lemons has been featured speaker for more than a dozen public seminars and workshops for land and mineral owners in east Texas, north Texas and northwest Louisiana. His down-to-earth talks and print articles on stewardship of oil, gas and mineral assets are popular across four states in the immediate region and as far east as the Marcellus Shale play in Pennsylvania, New York and West Virginia.

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Billy K. Lemons Speaks To Land, Mineral & Royalty Owners At Harvest In Harmony Workshops Hosted By Chisholm Trail Resource Conservation & Development, Inc., In north central Texas.

Bowie, Texas
December 11, 2008

Archer City, Texas
March 04, 2009

Decatur, Texas
March 05, 2009

Billy K. Lemons, RF, Principal Consultant with Resource Analytical & Management Group, spoke to land and mineral owners at three Harvest In Harmony educational seminars held by the Chisholm Trail Resource Conservation & Development, Inc., in north central Texas in late 2008 and early 2009.

The first seminar was held in Bowie, Texas on December 11, 2008, the second was held in Archer City, Texas on March 04, 2009, and the third was held in Decatur, Texas on March 05, 2009.

The north central region of Texas is home to the Barnett Shale oil and gas play, with natural gas composing the principal commodity produced from the play. However, oil and natural gas condensate make up a large portion of the production from the Barnett in the northern window of the play in and around the areas of Bowie and Decatur, Texas.

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Hundreds Look For Answers About Leasing Land For Haynesville Shale

Stonewall, Louisiana
May 29, 2008

Resource Analytical’s Billy K. Lemons, RF, presents a minerals stewardship seminar to a crowd of more than 500 people in Stonewall, Louisiana.

KSLA News 12 Shreveport/Ark-La-Tex

Stonewall, Louisiana Seminar 05-29-2008

(Reporter’s comments contain numerous misquotes.)

See Report 

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People Hunt For Answers About The Haynesville Shale

Shreveport, Louisiana
May 14, 2008

Billy K. Lemons, RF, of Resource Analytical & Management Group quoted The Shreveport Times.

(Article no longer available.)

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Lease Agreements Prompt Many Questions For Landowners

Shreveport, Louisiana
May 05, 2008

Billy K. Lemons, RF, of Resource Analytical & Management Group quoted by The Shreveport Times.

(Article no longer available.)

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Playing The Haynesville Shale

Shreveport, Louisiana
May 04, 2008

Billy K. Lemons, RF, of Resource Analytical & Management Group quoted by The Shreveport Times.

(Article no longer available.)

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Lemons Draws 600+ Audience Of Haynesville Shale Land & Mineral Owners

Grand Cane, Louisiana
April 26, 2008

Billy K. Lemons, Principal Consultant of Resource Analytical & Management Group, drew an overflow crowd of more than 600 land and mineral owners to his “Introduction To Good Stewardship Of Your Oil, Gas & Mineral Assets” seminar held in Grand Cane, Louisiana on May 29, 2008.

The seminar was hosted by the Logansport Tribune and the DeSoto Parish Chamber of Commerce and was covered by The Shreveport Times.

The Haynesville Shale play was in its infancy at the time, with most mineral owners still leasing their acreage for as little as $250 per net mineral acre lease bonus and 1/5th lease royalty.

However, with the truth spreading quickly by word of mouth and newspaper and TV news coverage immediately following Lemons’ talk, along with his talk just a month later in Stonewall, Lousiana, which drew a crowd of more than 500 mineral owners, mineral owners in the region soon began to realize that they had something even better than the Barnett Shale play in north central Texas.

In the weeks following the seminar, lease bonus and royalties in the play immediately skyrocketed, with, for example, the City of Shreveport getting $30,000 per net mineral acre lease bonus and a 30-percent royalty for its mineral acreage leases.

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Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association

Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association

Austin, Texas
September 04, 2007

Billy K. Lemons named Regional Vice President of Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association.

Billy K. Lemons, RF, has been named Regional Vice President for Region 6 of the Texas Land and Mineral Owners Association (tlma.org), a non-profit, statewide advocacy association working on behalf of land and mineral owners in the State of Texas. The region encompasses east Texas and is an historic hotbed of oil and gas activity in the state.

Mr. Lemons is a 1974 graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor of Science in Forestry and has done graduate and post graduate studies in forest biometrics, applied statistics, oil and gas and real estate.  He is a principal of Resource Analytical & Management Group, a Nacogdoches-based consultancy, with almost three decades experience in providing consulting forestry, oil and gas, GIS, appraisal, management and other services to clientele of non-industrial private landowners and mineral interests, estates and trusts, family limited partnerships, charities, industrial and financial institutions, and legal and accounting firms.

He is a member of the Society of American Foresters, the American Association of Professional Landmen, the Texas Society of Professional Surveyors, the Texas Forestry Association, and the Forest Landowners Association, as well as other professional associations.  He is a Texas registered Easement & Right-of-Way Agent and a Registered Forester.

“I very much look forward to continuing to serve in any capacity I can with the TLMA and the land and mineral owners in the State of Texas who so desire to be good stewards of the natural resources with which God has blessed us,” says Mr. Lemons.  “The cause is right, the opportunities for accomplishment are unlimited, and I am ready to go to work.”

“Mr. Lemons believes in working to do what is right for everyone,” said Dr. Kitty-Sue Quinn, Executive Director of TLMA.  “Mr. Lemons practices what he preaches.  He believes in and has dedicated his life to service and stewardship.  His background in forest resources and conservation as combined with oil and gas land services and his knowledge of east Texas issues will provide new areas of experience and expertise to the TLMA team.”

“I can’t be more excited for TLMA members and for all land and mineral owners of east Texas that Mr. Lemons will be joining us,” concluded Quinn.

Formed in 1999, TLMA now has over 1,200 land and mineral interest owner members.  The members of TLMA are excited to be continuing the discussion on the best way to achieve the maximum production possible while protecting the land and the ever important groundwater which is vital to keeping our land productive.

Members of the eleven member TLMA board include Roger F. Welder, J. F. Welder Heirs, Ltd. (Chairman); Carolyn Frost Keenan, Keenan Family Interests (Vice Chairman); the Honorable Cullen R. Looney, EIA Properties (Treasurer); the Honorable Dolph Briscoe, Jr., Briscoe Ranch, Inc; Jack Hunt, King Ranch, Inc; Scott Petty, Jr., Petty Ranch Company; George E. Tanner, Mesteña Operating, Ltd.; Chaunce O. Thompson, Jr., C&S Cattle Co.; J. A. Whittenburg, III, Turkey Track Ranch; and Barry Coates Roberts, Coates Energy Trust.

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