Pratt County Oil and Gas Production Attorney

Stull, Beverlin, Nicolay & Haas, LLC. represents individuals and businesses on the production side of the Kansas oil and gas industry - including exploration companies, energy producers and interest owners - in legal matters pertaining to transactions and litigation. Our lawyers have decades of experience in Kansas natural resources law, and we can represent our clients effectively in the entire spectrum of legal issues relating to the exploration and production of petroleum and natural gas.

Our founding attorney, Gordon B. Stull has represented production-side clients in Kansas legal matters since the mid-1970s. He is recognized across the region for his broad knowledge and experience with oil and gas leases, agreements, title opinions and related litigation. He routinely represents clients throughout the United States and internationally.

Over the years, Mr. Stull and our other attorneys at Stull, Beverlin, Nicolay & Haas, LLC. have built a strong portfolio of clients, including major oil and gas companies, as well as Kansas-based drilling and well service companies. We also provide legal counsel to industry organizations.

Kansas Oil Drilling Lawyers

If you work in the production of oil and gas in Kansas, our lawyers can represent you in matters involving:

  • Preparation of acquisition, drilling, and division order title opinions
  • Acquisitions of interests
  • Contract and conveyance interpretation
  • Ownership disputes
  • Ownership percentage determination
  • Probate and heirship determinations
  • Negotiating land use leases with surface owners
  • Motor carrier issues
  • Environmental issues
  • Pipeline easement issues
  • Well foreclosures
  • Contract disputes with business partners and lessors

We Can Be Your 'Landman'

We often say that we provide comprehensive landman services to exploration companies and producers. We say this because, as experienced Kansas oil and gas attorneys, we can perform many of the services that independent landmen usually perform, including title searches, deed searches and other research; obtaining abstracts and land reports; acquiring leases and rights of way; negotiating royalties and other lease terms; clarifying liens and other encumbrances, and otherwise advising and representing clients in this specialized field.

As experienced attorneys, however, we can also ensure these tasks are handled thoroughly and with legal accuracy. This can protect you against developing or investing in wells with uncommitted interest and prevent future lawsuits resulting from careless or missing title work.

Title And Well Bore Opinions

Oil and natural gas fields are rarely limited to a single owner or a single entity with legal interest. Instead, there are often many, even hundreds, of parties who may have a stake in a single resource. As a result, any party that is purchasing, leasing or selling oil and gas property should obtain a title opinion to clarify and preserve its legal rights.

If you or your business is drilling a well, a drilling title opinion and/or well bore title opinion is essential. If your well is already producing, you should obtain a division order title opinion to avoid lawsuits over the distribution of output and proceeds from oil and gas production. Retain Stull, Beverlin, Nicolay & Haas, LLC., and we can produce a full title opinion or a limited opinion to address your particular issues.

Kansas Association of Well Service Contractors, Inc.

Attorney John Beverlin represents the Kansas Association of Well Service Contractors before state and federal agencies and before our elected federal and state representatives.

The Kansas Association of Well Service Contractors, Inc. (KAWSC) is a state-wide organization of oil and gas well service contractors formed in 2010 to educate our elected officials and the Kansas public about the well-servicing industry.

Contact Stull, Beverlin, Nicolay & Haas, LLC. Today

Stull, Beverlin, Nicolay & Haas, LLC. is a leader in Kansas oil and gas production law. If you or your business needs legal representation, contact our Pratt County oil and gas production lawyers online or at 620-672-9446 . We maintain offices in Pratt and Greensburg and serve all of Kansas.