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Anna Rachal, MEB

Mineral Manager

Master of Energy Business, University of Tulsa
B.A. (English), Louisiana Tech University

Anna Rachal has joined the company as a mineral manager in our Shreveport market. Rachal will focus on mineral wealth, contract negotiation, oil and gas accounting and asset evaluation.

Rachal brings more than 13 years of experience in the energy and land management sectors. Most recently, Rachal served as an energy consultant. In this role, she evaluated property ownership and advised clients on recommended strategies for negotiation, management, organization and regulatory needs.

Rachal is a Louisiana Tech University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts. She also earned her Master of Energy Business from the University of Tulsa.

 

Shreveport

333 Texas Street Suite 699, Shreveport, LA 71101

(318) 588-6500

333 Texas Street Suite 699, Shreveport, LA 71101

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Oil & Gas Management

Oil & Gas Management

Few mineral management companies can match Argent Mineral Management’s expertise in contract negotiation, oil & gas accounting, asset evaluation, and ongoing management.

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