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Mandan Hosts Mineral Conference

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As a mineral owner, it’s important to know your rights when it comes to working with oil companies.

That’s why the North Dakota Chapter of the National Association of Royalty Owners is hosting their second annual Mineral Conference in Mandan tomorrow.

The networking event is a way for mineral owners to come together to learn more about their ownership, leasing and oil royalty checks.

"That’s the main objective of NARO U.S. is the education of people. There are a lot of people out there that have called with questions. The company is not paying us, what do we need to do, we give them contact people so they can talk with people,” says Gary Satterthwaite, NARO Treasurer.

The event begins tomorrow and continues through Friday at the Seven Seas Inn in Mandan. For those interested and want to learn more information about the event, they can call 855-622-7126.

 

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