NARO's National Convention in OKC
Join us in Oklahoma City Oct. 13-16, 2020
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We are happy to announce that Jack Fleet, past President of NARO and past president of the Texas state chapter, has graciously agreed to serve as the Interim Executive Director.
“My family has been part of NARO since the early 1980s and I am excited to serve as Interim Executive Director. I have a deep passion for helping educate mineral and royalty owners and during my tenure want to increase the value each and every member receives from this important organization. I look forward to collaborating with the state/regional chapters as well as the national office in bringing you the best experience. If I have not met you, I look forward to meeting you at one of our many NARO events.”
Jack is the owner of Fleet Energy Company, LLC, which manages mineral, royalty, working and surface interest for family entities. He spends much of his time working with interest owners to negotiate lease terms, consideration, review oil and gas runs, and division orders. He is the Managing Member of Fleet Dickey Mineral Properties, LLC which owns minerals in Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Kansas.
He is the Interim Executive Director of NARO, the Immediate Past President of NARO, the immediate past president of the NARO Texas Chapter and currently serves on the Oklahoma NARO board. He also has served on the NARO Foundation. He is a member of the AAPL. Jack received his Certified Mineral Manager (CMM) at the professional level in 2011 and has taught many CMM review classes. Jack has delivered several presentations involving mineral and royalty management at NARO events. He also works as an advocate for mineral and royalty owners at the State Capitol in Austin, Texas, giving testimony on the impact of legislation being considered to be made law.
Born in Fort Worth, Jack was raised in Dallas and Tulsa, currently resides in Houston, Texas. He grew up surrounded by his family's oil and gas business which was founded by his great grandfather in Seminole I.T. (Indian Territory), Oklahoma prior to statehood. His earliest recollections of the oil and gas business include time spent with his father and grandfather visiting drill sites and talking with the tool pushers, while watching wells come in.
Jack graduated from Baylor University with a BBA in Finance and Business Statistics in 1987. He worked in the Information Technology Industry for over 15 years, from International Value-Added Resellers to small PC integrators. He founded his own technology firm, Fleet Internet Technologies, LLC, in December of 2003.
He is the proud owner of an Australian Shepard, tri-red, named Diego (who is fond of rearranging pillows on any fixed surface). During his free time you can find Jack, playing golf, taking a hike or traveling across the country with Leah in his RV. If you would like to see a picture of Diego, send me an email, email@example.com
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