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Grant Nelson

Audit Manager

B.S. (Finance), Louisiana Tech University

Nelson joined Argent as audit assistant, compiling client revenue data, reviewing oil and gas leases, assisting in oil and gas royalty audits and audit reporting. In 2020, Nelson was promoted to audit associate and his responsibilities included analyzing client revenue data and performing revenue forecasting models for mineral sale evaluations. In 2022 he has been promoted to mineral audit manager.

As mineral audit manager, Nelson will focus on determining accuracy of oil and gas royalties through lease, volumes, price and tax analysis.

Nelson graduated from Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelor of Science degree in finance.

Originally from Lake Charles, Louisiana, Grant now lives in Ruston where he also volunteers with the children’s ministry and youth group at Bridge Community Church.

Ruston

500 E Reynolds Dr., Ruston, LA 71270

(318) 251-5800

500 E Reynolds Dr., Ruston, LA 71270

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