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#012- How COPAS Will Transform Your Career in 2021 with Angie Knipe

In today’s episode, Tom and Phil are joined by Angie Knipe, Director of Training and Education for the COPAS National Office. They discuss the many educational courses offered by COPAS and who would benefit from them the most. They also talk about the changes that the program has had to make due to COVID-19, what it looks like moving forward, and why they have decided to provide significant discounts going into the new year.

Highlights:

3:28 Who is COPAS Energy Education for?

4:09 The delivery of COPAS Education

5:28 Who can take advantage of the courses offered by COPAS?

7:26  What types of courses are offered?

10:59 How you can earn CPE credits with COPAS Education

14:31 New courses that will be available in 2021

15:31 Why COPAS is offering discounts on their courses going into the new year

About Angie Knipe:

Angie Knipe is the Director of Training and Education for the COPAS National Office. She is responsible for the development, oversight, and administration of the COPAS Energy Education programs and COPAS virtual online programming for conferences, she coordinates and reviews updates and additions to the CEE programs. Angie is also responsible for the administration of the NASBA licensing and program compliance, in addition to the oversight and evaluation of our Expert instructors. Angie has been coordinating the development of our classroom and webinar classes and the delivery of our future programs.

Angie earned her BA in English and Anthropology, and MA in History at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS). Prior to joining COPAS, Angie was a history instructor at UCCS, and Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs. Angie previously held the position of National Branch Administration and Training Director for a small but national mortgage company. Her earlier career in the British Army Intelligence Corps provided her with her first experiences of teaching adults and developing continuing professional education for military personnel. She is experienced in the development of both classroom and online programs for adults in corporate, military, and higher education settings.

Connect with Angie:

[email protected]

About SherWare, Inc.

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SherWare creates software to simplify your accounting needs so you have more time to do the things that matter. We serve independent oil and gas operators, accountants and investors with a platform to manage their distributions and joint-interest billings on a platform — and we’re the only software on the market that can integrate with your QuickBooks company.
Click here to watch a demo of the software in action right now.

About COPAS:

COPAS provides expertise for the oil and gas industry through the development of Model Form Accounting Procedures, publications, and education. We are a forum for the active exchange of ideas which result in innovative business and accounting solutions.

Find a society near you.

www.copas.org

TR-39 Download Link – List of all COPAS publications

COPAS Severance Tax Guide

COPAS Oil & Gas Industry Links

#011- How the Economy Currently Impacts Oil and Gas Accounting and Financial Reporting with Diane Kirk

In today’s episode, Tom and Phil are joined by Diane Kirk, Director and CPA at Plante Moran. They discuss how the current state of the economy has affected the oil and gas industry and some different scenarios that companies may face in the coming year. Some of the challenges they talk about include severance accounting due to layoffs, lease concessions, erosions of accounts receivable, the impact of the PPP loan on a company’s balance sheet, contract renegotiations, taxes and more.

Highlights:

3:08  Destination Imagination – What Diane does outside of accounting

4:45  How the current environment is challenging those in oil and gas accounting and reporting

14:28  Impact of PPP loans on a company’s balance sheet

15:32  Why the PPP loan wasn’t a huge help to the oil and gas industry as a whole

18:13 PPP Audits

20:54 The significant amount of bankruptcies in the industry this year

29:38 How reserves will be affected by current events

34:11 Asset impairments on financials in the upcoming year

38:32 Other challenges oil and companies are facing right now

About Diane Kirk:

Diane is the technical leader for the energy industry group at Plante Moran. She provides technical accounting and financial reporting expertise and support with an emphasis on complex debt and equity, derivatives, employee compensation, mergers and acquisitions, SEC regulatory compliance and reporting, and risk management. Diane is also actively involved in the training and development of the energy group team.

Diane has over 25 years of experience and focuses on distilling complex accounting topics and financial reporting into easy to understand language so that clients and team members can take appropriate actions. She has enjoyed helping to grow the oil and gas and energy practices while helping these clients address the challenges they face with running their business. 

Diane is a member of the AICPA, Colorado Society of CPAs, Colorado Oil and Gas Association, Western Energy Alliance, Women’s Energy Network, and the Council of Petroleum Accountants Societies (COPAS). She is also on the planning committee for the AICPA/PDI National Oil and Gas Conference and is a contributing editor to certain industry publications.

She was named a Top Women in Energy by the Denver Business Journal in 2018 and has spoken to client and industry groups and firm-sponsored educational events on such topics as accounting and reporting updates and industry hot topics.

Connect with Diane:

[email protected]

LinkedIn-Diane Kirk

About SherWare, Inc.

If you’re enjoying this episode, please subscribe to our podcast and share with a friend! We also love ratings and reviews on Apple podcasts.

SherWare creates software to simplify your accounting needs so you have more time to do the things that matter. We serve independent oil and gas operators, accountants and investors with a platform to manage their distributions and joint-interest billings on a platform — and we’re the only software on the market that can integrate with your QuickBooks company.
Click here to watch a demo of the software in action right now.

About COPAS:

COPAS provides expertise for the oil and gas industry through the development of Model Form Accounting Procedures, publications, and education. We are a forum for the active exchange of ideas which result in innovative business and accounting solutions.

Find a society near you.

#010-Creating Impact In The Industry As Part Of COPAS with Melissa Gruenewald

In today’s episode, Tom and Phil are joined by Melissa Gruenewald, founder and CEO of Green Forest Financial, PLLC, a CPA and advisory firm, and sitting vice president of Council of Petroleum Accountants Societies (COPAS). They discuss the many benefits of being an active member of COPAS, and how it has helped Melissa develop her career skills, relationships and leadership abilities. They also talk about things you can do to invest in yourself during the pandemic and making decisions moving forward.

Highlights:

2:41  Why Melissa decided to start her own firm in the middle of the Pandemic

4:20  How COPAS has benefited Melissa’s career in oil and gas

6:09  How COPAS helps in your day to day duties

9:03  Developing leadership skills

13:17 Why consensus is a big part of the process at COPAS

13:58 The true value of networking within an organization like COPAS

17:56 Ways that members can be involved in COPAS

20:53 Getting started in oil and gas even when you think you need more experience

23:03 The value of attending local and national COPAS meetings

29.55 The importance of patience in the current industry downturn

37:33 Decision making and planning for the future during the pandemic

41:07 Melissa’s vision for the coming year as president of COPAS

About Melissa Gruenewald:

Melissa Gruenewald is the founder and CEO of Green Forest Financial, PLLC, a CPA and advisory firm.  For 24 years, Melissa worked at large and small oil and gas companies with varying accounting responsibilities including joint interest, revenue, joint venture audit, gas balancing, payout, compliance, and financial reporting.  Melissa is currently on the Board of the Council of Petroleum Accountants Societies (COPAS) and serves as the Vice-President.  She also currently serves as the COPAS-OKC Audit Committee Co-Chair.  Melissa received a Bachelor’s in Accounting from Southern Nazarene University and a Master’s in Accounting from DeVry University.  She is a licensed Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant, and Accredited Petroleum Accountant.  

Connect with Melissa:

[email protected]

About SherWare, Inc.

If you’re enjoying this episode, please subscribe to our podcast and share with a friend! We also love ratings and reviews on Apple podcasts.

SherWare creates software to simplify your accounting needs so you have more time to do the things that matter. We serve independent oil and gas operators, accountants and investors with a platform to manage their distributions and joint-interest billings on a platform — and we’re the only software on the market that can integrate with your QuickBooks company.
Click here to watch a demo of the software in action right now.

About COPAS:

COPAS provides expertise for the oil and gas industry through the development of Model Form Accounting Procedures, publications, and education. We are a forum for the active exchange of ideas which result in innovative business and accounting solutions.

Find a society near you.

Quotes

Quite honestly, you can go and you can get a degree or you can read a book, but growing in your leadership really comes from doing it.-Melissa Gruenewald

COPAS is not just documents, it’s people. It’s a group of people, they create documents, they create kind of the framework around how oil and gas accounting is done.- Melissa Gruenewald

Being involved in the organization gives me access to the people who can help explain the why. And that makes me a better oil and gas accountant. – Melissa Gruenewald

You know, leadership is not about getting out there and telling people what to do, you’ve really got to listen and understand and serve other people.- Melissa Gruenewald

And I just think it’s important for our listeners to know, you know, you’ve got to just jump in somewhere, you can’t just sit there and go, well, when I get enough experience, I’ll be able to contribute.- Tom Wierman

#009 – Year-End Tax Benefits & Strategies Butch Rogers

In today’s episode, Tom and Phil are joined by Butch Rogers, Certified Public Accountant. They discuss possible tax benefits that may be helpful to oil producers when filing taxes this year. They also cover some of the tax changes we may see under the new administration, along with the most recent updates on the Paycheck Protection Loan.

Highlights:

2:47   Butch’s motivation to stay in school to get a “sit down” job

5:57   Changes in law, IRS rulings, and court cases impacting the oil and gas industry

13:54 Potential Tax Benefits for oil producers after the downturn in the oil and gas industry

18:50 The latest updates on PPP loan forgiveness

25:37 Impact of tax legislation under the Biden Administration

31:07 How increased tax rates could actually drive more investments into the industry

About Butch Rogers:

Robert “Butch” Rogers is a Certified Public Accountant with a Master’s Degree in Taxation from Texas Tech University. He is a CPA in Wooster, Ohio and is a partner in the CPA firm MBR Partners, Inc.

Butch has over 35 years experience working in and with clients in the oil and gas industry. As a college student he worked as a roustabout in West Texas. Upon graduating from college he worked for Gulf Oil as a business administration trainee, working in the Midland, Texas district office and the Monahans, Texas field office. He gained valuable oil and gas tax experience working with Coopers and Lybrand in Lubbock, Texas. During his time as a practicing CPA, Butch served a number of small independent producers as a trusted tax and business advisor.

His speaking experience includes conducting continuing education seminars and webinars for various state societies of CPAs, Ohio Oil and Gas Association, COPAS, and Bisk Education.

Connect with Butch:

[email protected]

www.mbrpartnerscpa.com

About SherWare, Inc.

If you’re enjoying this episode, please subscribe to our podcast and share with a friend! We also love ratings and reviews on Apple podcasts.

SherWare creates software to simplify your accounting needs so you have more time to do the things that matter. We serve independent oil and gas operators, accountants and investors with a platform to manage their distributions and joint-interest billings on a platform — and we’re the only software on the market that can integrate with your QuickBooks company.
Click here to watch a demo of the software in action right now.

About COPAS:

COPAS provides expertise for the oil and gas industry through the development of Model Form Accounting Procedures, publications, and education. We are a forum for the active exchange of ideas which result in innovative business and accounting solutions.

Find a society near you.

#008:Understanding Oil and Gas Reserves with Deb Ryan

In today’s episode, Tom and Phil are joined by Deb Ryan, Senior Manager of Engineering at Sproule. Deb talks about how she is able to juggle all of her different roles, and gives valuable insight on how she helps companies calculate reserves. She discusses what companies can do before bringing in consultants to assist with reserve calculation, and how important it is to resist relying completely on automated systems for reserve calculation as they can leave quite a bit of room for error.

Highlights:

3:08 How Deb got started in oil and gas and eventually reserve analysis

5:40 Steps and factors in calculating reserves and why they are important

7:06 Determining which evaluation to use in different situations

11:47 The importance of reserves

15:25 What data are the reserves based on?

20:02  How production forecasts and decline curves are calculated

23:13 Why accounting automation can be a challenge when it comes to forecasting

24:19 How the current environment may impact year end reserves

32:38 Tips for companies that need help with reserve calculations

33:28 The importance of due diligence when it comes to calculating reserves

About Deb Ryan:

As Senior Manager, Engineering, Deb is responsible for managing Sproule’s Denver office and is part of the team that spearheads Sproule’s business development initiatives in the U.S. market. Deb’s 15-years of oil and gas industry experience includes reserve and contingent resource evaluations and audits, US and international fair market evaluations, and expert witness testimony. Deb has experience building dynamic simulation models and also provides instruction for various reservoir engineering classes for PetroSkills. Prior to joining Sproule, Deb held various positions with MHA Petroleum Consultants, Arrow Energy and Woodside Energy.

Deb was recently named as the North American Regional Director for Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) International Board of Directors. She is also on the SPE International Committee of Business Leadership and Management and was previously the Chair of the Denver Section. She currently serves as the Treasurer for the Women’s Energy Network (WEN) Foundation. Deb is also a member of the Society of Petroleum Evaluation Engineers (SPEE) and the Society of Women’s Engineers (SWE). In 2019 she was named by Denver Business Journal as one of the 40 Top Women in Energy and received the 2019 SPE Rocky Mountain Service Award. She is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in Colorado.

Connect with Deb:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/deb-ryan-p-e-a838005/

About SherWare, Inc.

If you’re enjoying this episode, please subscribe to our podcast and share with a friend! We also love ratings and reviews on Apple podcasts.

SherWare creates software to simplify your accounting needs so you have more time to do the things that matter. We serve independent oil and gas operators, accountants and investors with a platform to manage their distributions and joint-interest billings on a platform — and we’re the only software on the market that can integrate with your QuickBooks company.
Click here to watch a demo of the software in action right now.

About COPAS:

COPAS provides expertise for the oil and gas industry through the development of Model Form Accounting Procedures, publications, and education. We are a forum for the active exchange of ideas which result in innovative business and accounting solutions.

Find a society near you.

#007: The Benefits of The Accredited Petroleum Accountant Certification with Lary Sides

In today’s episode, Tom and Phil are joined by Lary Sides, Senior Auditor with Chevron’s Audit Department, as they discuss how to stand out in the oil and gas industry with the Accredited Petroleum Accountant (APA) certification.  Lary details eligibility, preparation, the exam process, and retention of the certification, how to get started and how it’s helped him in his 39-year career. 

Highlights:

1:45 What is the Accredited Petroleum Accountant (APA) Program?

3:49 How the APA credential helped Lary stand out in the industry

6:03 Eligibility requirements for the APA credential

8:07 Preparing for the APA Exam

9:53 The process COPAS went through to create the APA Exam

13:28  Why specialists outside the industry were recruited to assist in the creation of the exam

14:08 How to take the exam

16:11 Keeping the APA credential once it’s obtained

16:48 Why you should get certified

About Lary Sides:

Lary Sides is a senior auditor for the Non-Operated Joint Venture Audit Center of Expertise team, within Chevron’s Corporate Audit Department.  He has 39 years of experience conducting joint venture audits and working with business units in joint venture accounting and audit issues for both US and international joint ventures.  

Lary is an Accredited Petroleum Accountant (APA®) and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA).  

Lary and Vicki Cromer chaired the COPAS Board of Examiners overseeing the APA® exam through its transition from an 8-part paper and computer-based exam to the current single exam format administered by Scantron.  Lary and Vicki were awarded the COPAS Eagle Award in 2017 for our efforts in developing and promoting the APA® credential.

Lary is a past president of the Petroleum Accountants Society of Houston, member of COPAS, IIA, and former member of the AIPN.  He has served on writing committees for the COPAS auditing guidelines and other committees for COPAS and AIPN.

Married with two adult kids and enjoys hiking, camping, fishing, and golf.

Connect with Lary:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sidesl/

About SherWare, Inc.

If you’re enjoying this episode, please subscribe to our podcast and share with a friend! We also love ratings and reviews on Apple podcasts.

SherWare creates software to simplify your accounting needs so you have more time to do the things that matter. We serve independent oil and gas operators, accountants and investors with a platform to manage their distributions and joint-interest billings on a platform — and we’re the only software on the market that can integrate with your QuickBooks company.
Click here to watch a demo of the software in action right now.

About COPAS:

COPAS provides expertise for the oil and gas industry through the development of Model Form Accounting Procedures, publications, and education. We are a forum for the active exchange of ideas which result in innovative business and accounting solutions.

Find a society near you.

#006: Property Taxes in Oil and Gas with Drew Harold

In today’s episode, Drew Harold, director of state and local tax with Crest Tax Partners, talks about the importance of overcommunication within your team when it comes to property taxes in your organization. and how his experience in the field helped him gain a better perspective when it came to dealing with taxes.

Highlights:

1:53 How Drew got his start in oil and gas

4:18 Tips on internally managing communication about property tax

7:03 Most important aspects of effectively managing your company’s property taxes

11:14 Differences in the ways states arrive at a property’s market value

15:29 The importance of oil and gas companies being involved in governments

17:28  Opportunities for oil and gas companies to utilize various technologies related to their property tax

19:04 Reduced rates, incentives, exemptions, and tax liabilities for property taxes

22:11 Where to start when taking a closer look at your property taxes

About Drew Harold:

Drew is currently the Director of State and local tax with Crest Tax Partners. Prior to Crest, Drew spent 11 years with Chesapeake Energy in various state and local tax rolls including managing the property tax and sales and use tax groups. Prior to Chesapeake Drew was an industrial appraiser for Pritchard and Abbot in their Houston, TX office. With these various roles Drew is an energy industry professional with experience in property valuation, state and local tax planning, negotiating with state and local governments, providing legislative testimony related to state and local tax policy, and internal and external stakeholder communications.

Connect with Drew:

www.linkedin.com/in/drew-harrold

https://www.linkedin.com/company/crest-tax-partners

About SherWare, Inc.

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SherWare creates software to simplify your accounting needs so you have more time to do the things that matter. We serve independent oil and gas operators, accountants and investors with a platform to manage their distributions and joint-interest billings on a platform — and we’re the only software on the market that can integrate with your QuickBooks company.
Click here to watch a demo of the software in action right now.

About COPAS:

COPAS provides expertise for the oil and gas industry through the development of Model Form Accounting Procedures, publications, and education. We are a forum for the active exchange of ideas which result in innovative business and accounting solutions.

Find a society near you.

#005: The Steps You Need to Take To Reduce What You’re Paying in Severance Tax with Sarah Magruder

 

In today’s episode, Sarah Magruder, President of Safire Oil and Gas Consulting, breaks down some of the confusion and misconception surrounding severance tax. She talks about how important it is for all team members to have knowledge surrounding every aspect of the oil and gas process, and how that can help reduce overall severance tax payments.. 

Highlights:

2:57 What is severance tax?

5:30 Why some states have a lower severance tax

10:14 Two ways to reduce your severance tax

23:45 The importance of seeing the big picture in oil and gas

32:26 Understanding what you’re paying for

32:26 Knowledge is key when it comes to reducing overpayments

35:31 What to do in the case of an underpayment

38:19 Steps to take to reduce your severance tax

About Sarah Magruder:

Sarah Mcgruder is President of Safire Oil and Gas Consulting, a severance tax consulting group based out of Houston, Texas. Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from LSU and her MBA from the University of Houston. Sarah spent her almost 19-year career in severance tax, splitting her time between working directly in medium and large oil and gas companies. And as an outside consultant, is an active member of the Petroleum Accounting Society Houston, where she chairs the golf committee and is a presenter at the revenue committee, as well as an education day sponsor and presenter. Sarah has also been a speaker at numerous COPAS meetings from outside of the Houston area and presented multiple times at the API severance tax forum. She lives in Montgomery, Texas with her husband, four year old son, five horses, and two dogs.

Sarah can be contacted via email: [email protected].

Safire Oil & Gas Consulting’s website is www.safireogc.com.

About SherWare, Inc.

If you’re enjoying this episode, please subscribe to our podcast and share with a friend! We also love ratings and reviews on Apple podcasts.

SherWare creates software to simplify your accounting needs so you have more time to do the things that matter. We serve independent oil and gas operators, accountants and investors with a platform to manage their distributions and joint-interest billings on a platform — and we’re the only software on the market that can integrate with your QuickBooks company.

Click here to watch a demo of the software in action right now.

About COPAS:

COPAS provides expertise for the oil and gas industry through the development of Model Form Accounting Procedures, publications, and education. We are a forum for the active exchange of ideas which result in innovative business and accounting solutions.

Find a society near you.

I wanted to understand every single penny that I was paying to the state. Why am I paying this and is there a way I can reduce this?

If you don’t set up some checks and balances in place, you’re just going to keep doing the same thing over and over, you’re going to keep overpaying your tax, and then when you get a chance going back and getting a refund

#004: How to Save Big By Paying Attention to Sales and Use Taxes with Brent Watson

In today’s episode, Brent Watson, Principal at SALTA, PLLC, is here talking to us about the benefits and savings of being really attentive to sales and use taxes. Brent walks us through how operators can avoid overpaying on taxes, what to avoid and how one small operator saved over $275,000 by hiring a consulting firm to manage their taxes and review their purchases.

Highlights:

1:44 Why should oil and gas well operators care about sales and use tax?

6:13 Differences in tax situations by different states

8:58 Recouping Sales and Use Taxes

10:27 The greatest opportunities to save on sales and uses taxes

11:43 House Bill 430 in Ohio

15:08 Exemptions allowed in some states like Colorado, Kansas, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania

17:27 A Limited exemption in Louisiana

18:50 Taxes on completion activities versus operational activities

22:47 What to look for when processing invoices

25:17 When you should bring in an outside consultant

About Brent Watson:

Brent is the Principal at SALTA, PLLC, which he founded in September, 2017 after leaving Grant Thornton LLP. Brent has 31 years of practice in sales tax, property tax, and tax incentive programs. Brent has specialized in working with clients to improve compliance through educating personnel and establishing or improving sales tax processes. Brent has established rapport with taxing authorities to effectively resolve tax issues on behalf of clients especially in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.

He launched the non-income tax group at Tyson Foods in 1990, then led that group for ten years. Brent has fourteen years of experience as a consultant and has extensive experience in the manufacturing, oil and gas, construction, and multi-state retailing industries. Brent has taught seminars for Lorman Education Services, is a frequent speaker for the Oklahoma Society of CPAs and COPAS; and has authored numerous articles in the OSCPA Focus magazine as well as the COPAS Accounts magazine. Brent is a certified Avalara implementation partner.

Brent is a member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation, Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the Tulsa Chapter of the Oklahoma Society.

About SherWare, Inc.

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SherWare creates software to simplify your accounting needs so you have more time to do the things that matter. We serve independent oil and gas operators, accountants and investors with a platform to manage their distributions and joint-interest billings on a platform — and we’re the only software on the market that can integrate with your QuickBooks company.

Click here to watch a demo of the software in action right now.

About COPAS:

COPAS provides expertise for the oil and gas industry through the development of Model Form Accounting Procedures, publications, and education. We are a forum for the active exchange of ideas which result in innovative business and accounting solutions.

Find a society near you.

#003: How to Manage Vendor & Data Risk (and why it matters)

In this episode we’re joined by Rick Roybal, Vendor-Risk Management “activist”, author, and speaker. Rick has worked in the oil and gas industry for over 15 years and talks about the importance of having controls and systems in place to minimize risk financially and also in health and safety.

Highlights:

2:25 How a degree in Russian led Rick down his career path

4:16 What is the role of an auditor?

7:12 Why is vendor risk management so important

11:19 How audits have changed in times of COVID19

14:11 Data risk and cyber attacks

17:50 How often does ransomware hit the oil and gas industry?

24:32 When most companies bring in an auditor

26:55 Best procedures for companies to put in place if they can’t afford an ongoing auditor

31:24 The internal process when a company brings in an auditor

33:46 Vendor Roundtable

38:11 Next Vendor Roundtable meeting and how to register

About Rick Roybal:

Vendor-Risk Management “activist”, author, and speaker, Rick Roybal has worked in the oil and gas industry for over 15 years. His early career in technical writing fostered a desire for organizational policy and procedural development. Today, Rick is a project manager for Martindale Consultants. Rick also serves as the President and Chair of the Vendor Roundtable. Rick has earned three degrees: B.A. Russian, M.A. Linguistics, and M.B.A. Finance & Accounting. Rick is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). 

Connect with Rick:

www.marticons.com

 www.vendorroundtable.com

About SherWare:

SherWare creates software to simplify your accounting needs so you have more time to do the things that matter. We serve independent oil and gas operators, accountants and investors with a platform to manage their distributions and joint-interest billings on a platform — and we’re the only software on the market that can integrate with your QuickBooks company.

Click here to watch a demo of the software in action right now.

About COPAS:

COPAS provides expertise for the oil and gas industry through the development of Model Form Accounting Procedures, publications, and education. We are a forum for the active exchange of ideas which result in innovative business and accounting solutions.

Find a society near you.

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