Zachary Frazier, RPL

Zac is an Oklahoma native and third generation landman with over 13 years of field and in-house experience. He got his start back in 2003 and has since worked on projects for clients such as Conoco, Oxy, and Chesapeake. Zac got his start as a field landman working on lease and site acquisition projects spanning from Oklahoma to Pennsylvania. For the last 6 years he has worked as VP of Acquisitions for a broker in Tulsa, OK managing various large and small scale mineral and lease acquisitions projects in the continental US for clients such as Conoco, Oxy, and Chesapeake. Zac is an RPL and member of the AAPL, OCAPL, APLA, and LAAPL. His expertise includes client and mineral owners relations, negotiations, project management, business development, internal process implementation, and development of efficient acquisitions and divestiture strategies.

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