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Eagle Ford: Free series for Eagle Ford property owners
SAN ANTONIO -- The Catholic Community Foundation, based in San Antonio, will host a free community meeting for Eagle Ford area property owners on Tuesday, Oct. 1, from 9 a.m. to noon in the community hall at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church at 547 Karnes St. in Kenedy.
The purpose of the meeting is to provide a community service by offering updates on timely issues, from the perspective of the property owner, on such topics as legal issues, how best to manage and audit your mineral interest, environmental updates and safeguards, and an outlook on the economy and financial markets.
Topics to be presented will include:
•Oil and Gas Industry Updates -- The Property Owner’s Epic Journey of Life in the Eagle Ford
•Managing Your Assets Through Entity Formation -- I need to do what?
•Eagle Ford Shale: It Will Rock Your World
•Oil and Gas Online Information -- The Power of Knowing
•What do I do now? -- Five Things to Remember About Managing Your Assets.
Refreshments will be served and seating will be limited.
For more information, contact Helene Deuley at 210-734-1910 or email@example.com.
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