Woody Allen said that. He's not my favorite playwright, but he has a point. How many big company landmen are willing to meet an Oklahoma mineral owner at zero dark thirty to get an oil and gas lease signed in Minco before the day starts? Think the former OU Energy Management major would disrupt his morning routine for that? He'd have to get in his Tahoe and drive down from Edmond before the sun rises. That's the opportunity. There is always a lease to buy and a unit to bust. If they know your name in Davis, you'll get the call. It won't be the Landman II at Apache.
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