Established in 1956, the American Association of Professional Landmen is a professional organization that unites approximately 17,000 landmen and land-related persons through professional development and service. AAPL serves as the voice of the landman profession and continually seeks to foster industry cooperation through proactive legislative advocacy.
AAPL is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, and has 46 affiliated local associations throughout the United States and Canada. Members work for major oil companies, for large and small independent companies and as self-employed independent landmen.
The mission of the American Association of Professional Landmen is to promote the highest standards of performance for all land professionals, to advance their stature and to encourage sound stewardship of energy and mineral resources.
Code of Ethics
AAPL ensures ethical business practices and professional service of its members through enforcement of its Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, which are found in the association bylaws. Every member pledges to abide by these principles as a condition of their admission and continuing membership in AAPL.
Value to Members
Through relevant information, comprehensive education and targeted networking, AAPL assists land professionals in deepening their industry knowledge, elevating their careers and, ultimately, creating new business opportunities. Visit the membership section to learn more about the ways AAPL serves its members.
Learn more about our Executive Committee and Board of Directors.
Click here for detailed information on AAPL's Bylaws, Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
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