The OU College of Law presented Jason Maloy with the Owen L. Anderson Distinguished ONE Award, as only the second recipient of this recognition, in honor of the magnitude of his impact on the oil and gas community at the ONE-J Symposium on April 2, 2021.
Maloy was honored to receive the award, which was presented by OU Law Professor Emeritus Owen L. Anderson and OU Law Professor Alex Pearl.
“He (Maloy) is truly committed to this industry and to enhance the performance of the OU M.L.S. program,” OU Law Professor Pearl stated while helping present the award.
The Owen L. Anderson Distinguished ONE Award is named for Professor Emeritus Owen L. Anderson, who is the Eugene Kuntz Chair Emeritus and the George Lynn Cross Research Professor Emeritus at the University of Oklahoma. A giant in the field of oil and gas law, he has authored over 100 articles and is a co-author of International Petroleum Transactions, Hemingway Oil and Gas Law and Taxation, Cases and Materials on Oil & Gas Law, A Student’s Guide to Estates in Land and Future Interests, and the supplements to Kuntz on Oil and Gas Law. Professor Anderson taught at OU Law for more than 23 years, retiring in 2015.
Jason Maloy began is oil and gas career at Encana Oil & Gas, Inc. following his graduation from the Energy Management Program at the University of Oklahoma Price College of Business. He has also earned his Master of Legal Studies from the OU College of Law in Oil, Gas and Energy Law in 2017.
During his tenure at Encana, he worked a variety of states and regulatory jurisdictions and handled large scale acquisitions as a land negotiator. Following Encana, Maloy became Land Manager at RSP Permian, built a high-performing team and ensured a successful divestiture in 2018 to Concho for $9.5 billion. Since the divestiture he has founded Tall Cotton Energy LLC and become a partner at Rising Star Energy Partners LLC where he is focusing on acquisitions in the Permian Basin.
“I’m a landman and proud to be a landman. I am also a dad, a CEO, a philanthropist,…,” said Jason Maloy as he continues to add many titles to his portfolio. “I will always appreciate OU and the College of Law for giving me a foundation to help open up my first business and I will always be a Sooner for life.”
Maloy recently received Landman of the Year from the American Association of Landmen where he is a current member of the AAPL Accreditation Committee, trustee of the Landman’s Scholarship Trust and former treasurer.
In addition to his many tasks at AAPL, he is the former president and current publications director for Dallas Association Petroleum Landman. Maloy also serves as the chair of the newly created Advisory Board for the OU College of Law for its M.L.S. program in Oil, Gas and Energy Law for non-lawyers and an online LL.M. program in Energy and Natural Resources for lawyers.
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