Senior Mineral Land Data Analyst

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Job Reference 1242537

Location Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Industry Oil & Gas - Midstream

Function Other

Job Type Contract

Date Added May 3, 2024

Job Description – Senior Mineral Land Data Analyst

Airswift is seeking a Senior Mineral Land Data Analyst to work with one of our clients in the oil and gas industry in Calgary, AB on a 1-year contract.

Responsibilities
• Provides mineral land support to Contracts Analysts and Land Negotiators.
• Crown Land Sales – co-ordinate posting lands with Negotiator and completing sales when required
• Accountable for leading the land expiry process
• Provides mineral land support to Contracts Landmen and Negotiating Landmen
• Participate in training on the CS land system to become proficient and understand guidelines and data integrity
• Crown Land Sales – co-ordinate posting lands with Negotiator and completing sales when required
• Records new acquisitions and dispositions in the land system using an A&D guide
• Prepares and submits caveats, withdrawals, discharges, and transfers of caveats to the land titles office and advises partner and freehold owners
• Verifies documentation prepared by the Broker for newly acquired Freehold leases
• Responsible for trespass and understanding how to handle/prevent trespass
• Understanding and working knowledge of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia Crown regulations, as well as Freehold and Fee title administration
• Prepare and set up trust agreements
• Assist with acquisitions and dispositions as required
• Maintains mineral lease records in the CS land system ensuring documents are correctly filed and pertinent information is located in files
• Responds to internal and external queries and assists or directs in order to resolve
• Prepares Fee Title Leaseouts, issues offset notices, initiates title review, lease out decisions and prepares Fee Title Leases
• BC Crown ePayments, Assignments, and title searches
• Communicates with Freeholders, Partners, Government Agencies

• Updating mineral information in general, linking wells to minerals when spud, and updating DOI integration information as required
• Identify, maintain, and follow up with obligation reports within CS
• Process NOAs with Contract Analyst as required
• Uses ETS/ISC to obtain searches, complete transfers, offset applications, and continuations
• Uses SPIN/IRIS to obtain Land title information
• Receives and distributes Crown/Freehold offset notices, responses for elections, advising partners, and updating CS
• Understand Lessor estates and ownership changes, requests sets-up, and changes to vendors
• Complete the mineral land portion of the Notice to Review (NTR) process in a timely fashion
• Verify, code, and approve land invoices
• Prepare cheque requests when required
• CAPLA Member (Canadian Association of Petroleum Land Administration)

Core Systems:
• CS Land
• Generwell
• Accumap
• SAP
• ETS/ISC
• SPIN/IRIS

Deliverables
The Mineral Land Analyst is responsible for the day-to-day administration and analysis of mineral leases and interests for the broader Land Team, also supporting the area Land Negotiator in the management of mineral tenure and the review of rights through the entirety of the well asset life cycle.

Competencies
In this section, please identify all the core technical and behavioral competencies required to successfully complete this role. It is important you clearly articulate the “how” the work will be achieved which ties directly to behaviors and technical and business acumen.

Qualifications
Ten (10) to fifteen (15) years of oil and gas land administration experience. Graduate of a recognized Land program is preferred or an acceptable combination of education and experience.
Overall Job Summary
The Mineral Analyst is responsible for the daily management of the mineral interests in their assigned property, supporting the area Contracts Advisor and Land Negotiator. Day-to-day activities would include receiving, circulating, and processing documents from the Crown, attending drilling planning/execution meetings, reviewing and approving well locations, as well as maintaining the records in CS Explorer associated with the area. The pace in this role can fluctuate, based on well activity, land sales, A&D, as well as external factors. A successful candidate in this role can adapt to the situation, provide accurate and complete information to stakeholders and maintain the integrity of our internal files.
 
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