Michael S. Browning

Michael S. Browning, P.C.

Dallas, Texas 75001



Oil and Gas, Real Estate

Michael S. Browning is the founding partner of Michael S. Browning, P.C., an oil, gas, and mineral law firm representing the energy industry in due diligence and title work. Michael is Board Certified in Oil, Gas and Mineral Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and practices exclusively oil, gas and mineral law. Michael’s practice includes rendering all types of title opinions throughout the State of Texas and the State of New Mexico, as well as representing clients in acquisition and divestiture, due diligence matters. He has advised clients on oil, gas, and mineral title issues, allocation wells, pooling and unitization, community leases, undivided mineral ownership, and leasehold estates. Michael has prepared oil and gas leases, amendments, assignments, ratifications, mineral and royalty deeds, purchase and sale agreements, and operating agreements, as well as represented clients in receivership litigation.


Texas A&M University Kingsville (B.A. Double Major, Psychology, Honors, and Political Science, Honors, 1995).
South Texas College of Law (J.D., 2002).


Board Certified, Oil, Gas and Mineral Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 2009; Fellow of the College of State Bar of Texas since 2009; Rising Star 2011, San Antonio Lawyer Magazine; Who’s Who in Energy, San Antonio Business Journal, 2012, 2013 and 2014; State Bar of Texas (Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Section); San Antonio Bar Association (Natural Resources Section); American Association of Professional Landmen; Permian Basin Landman’s Association; and the San Antonio Association of Professional Landmen.

12350 Autumn Vista Street, Suite 200
San antonio, TX 78249

P: 210-257-6464
E: [email protected]
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Description: Allocation Wells, presented at: BHP Billiton Land and Learning Series on October 21, 2015; and the Corpus Christi Association of Professional Landmen’s monthly meeting on February 9, 2015. The Shut-in Royalty Clause, What It Is and What It