Advocate Oil and Gas

Garland, Texas "Advocate-Oil-&-Gas" Executive Member B. Leon Bawden Announces March 2015 Royalty Portfolio Management Symposium on Their Website


Garland, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/07/2015 -- Advocate Oil and Gas was established by Oil and Gas industry icon, Brent Bawden.  Advocate specializes in purchasing oil and gas minerals.  Our experienced team has managed over $250,000,000 in mineral purchases the last 8 years.  We are interested in discussing the financial benefits of producing royalties, non-producing minerals, and overriding royalty interests with you.

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Advocate's niche is purchasing Royalties, Overriding Royalties, Non-Producing Mineral Rights and Working Interests nationwide.  Since 2007, Advocate Executives have successfully completed over 7,500 royalty transactions.  Through our vast professional experience, we have developed world-class royalty acquisition capabilities, which enables us to assess royalty holdings and close transactions at maximum market values in days where others so-called experts would take weeks.

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About Advocate Oil and Gas
Why Work With Advocate Oil and Gas?  Advocate specializes in acquiring profitable mineral, royalty and overriding royalty interests throughout the United States with specific expertise in Texas, Oklahoma, Ohio and Louisiana.  Uniquely, we offer owners generous lump-sum payouts which provide our satisfied customers the ability and freedom to use the proceeds in any way they wish.  Thus, Advocate eliminates our customers erratic and inevitable declining royalty check worries.  Advocate Oil and Gas' core competency is purchasing your oil and gas Mineral Rights.  We are interested in discussing the financial benefits of selling your producing Royalties and non-producing Mineral Interests. 

According to Advocate's definition, Mineral Rights not only refer to the ownership of minerals, but also valuable rocks, gas or oil found below the ground on a piece of property.  These rights greatly differ from surface rights, which is ownership of anything above ground. If a landowner owns both, it is possible to buy mineral rights without buying the land.