Amy Jo Love, RPL
Amy Jo Love started her career as a drilling and production clerk in 1980. She took her first land position in 1985 and has written her own programs to capture data for leases, ownerships, and production reports.
Amy has been a career landman and is well known in the industry and respected by her peers for her wide range of skills. Over the years, Amy has handled mineral acquisitions, due diligence, mineral audits resulting in millions of dollars in revenue recovery, mineral inventory management, lease negotiations, division orders, revenue tracking as well as reporting. The business runs deep in the family as Amy’s two sisters and her daughter all work as landmen. Amy has worked for many companies over the last 30 years including Hamilton Brothers Oil Company, Tonkawa Land, Hemera Land, Inc., Mineral Acquisition Partners (MAP), GHK, and Mekusukey Oil Company. She created her own consulting company, Ranchwood Resources, Inc., in 2001.
Some of her clients include Devon Energy and Providence Minerals. In Q3 2016, she concluded a 6 year project with Mekusukey Oil Company, which owns upwards of 79,000 net mineral acres under an estimated 1.7 million gross acres, spanning 24 states and more than 450 counties. Amy was responsible for creating an inventory of the minerals acquired over the last 30 years, as well as negotiating leases, handling acquisitions and due diligence, verifying division orders and developing a revenue management and recovery system. Amy has been an active member of the AAPL since 1993 and holds an RPL certification. She is a member of the OCAPL and held various executive and board roles with the association, including that of President in 2015. She authored and self-published a book for mineral owners in 1996 called “Who’s Minding Your Minerals” which is on file with the Library of Congress.