Beachwood Builds Tremendous Expertise by Adding Michael McCollough to the Team

Michael McCollough

Michael holds a Master of Science Degree (Energy Legal Studies) from Oklahoma City University, and a Bachelor of Science Degree (Business) from one of the oldest universities in the United States: The University of Central Oklahoma. Michael McCollough is a native Oklahoman, raised in the city of Yukon, where he and his wife, Jessica, of 16 years, and their four children still reside. Michael holds a Real Estate License and is a Registered Professional Landman.

As a Registered Professional Landman, Michael built the foundation of his oil & gas career, making industry connections at every corporate level and with every size deal.  In ten short years, he became the Managing Partner at Short Grass Energy Partners, LLC.

Michael has transacted on more than $300,000,000.00 (three hundred million dollars) in mineral, leasehold and working interest deals.

Michael is an active member of:

St. John of Nepomuk Catholic Church

Oklahoma City Association of Professional Landmen

American Association of Professional Landmen

Oklahoma City Metro Association of Realtors Association

National Association of Realtors

Beachwood is delighted to announce that Michael McCollough has joined the team.  Having already partnered with WellDatabase in 2018, Beachwood clients can now see all of the oil and gas well data in the United States and send their questions about acquisition strategies to Michael McCollough directly. 

For more information about WellDatabase visit WellDatabase.com (link below).

To contact Michael McCollough you can email him at michael.mccollough@bchwdx.com.

For more information about Beachwood visit bchwdx.com (link below) or call (405) 317-7025

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