Associated Resources, Inc. Opens New Houston Facility

Associated Resources, Inc. Opens New Houston Facility


HOUSTON — Associated Resources, Inc. (ARI), an oil and gas outsourcing company, has opened a new facility in Houston. The facility’s operations include administration of oil and gas accounting, division orders and lease records.

With more than 26 years of outsourcing service experience, ARI provides flexible services tailored to the needs of each client. The facility will give small to mid-sized oil and gas companies operating across the U.S. an opportunity to save time and improve the economics of their operations.

Mike Gibson, managing director, ARI, will be in charge of the facility. Gibson has 13 years of experience as a landman, project manager and land manager at the corporate level. “The oil and gas industry needs to have options when it comes to the way companies administer their assets and we are proud to be one of those options,” Gibson said. “We believe that a flexible option to back-office oil and gas administration is needed in Houston.”

Brandon Ward, vice president, ARI, said, “Each client has different needs and we work hard to identify those requirements up front to help them succeed. ARI does business the way our clients want their business handled and this type of customized service is rare in our industry. We are excited to be expanding our operations with this facility in Houston, at the heart of America’s energy industry.”

About Associated Resources, Inc.

Associated Resources, Inc. (ARI) is a full-service oil and gas back-office outsourcing company that provides professional Accounting, Division Order, and Land Administration services to clients currently active within every producing basin of the continental United States. Since 1992, ARI has been partnering with Oil and Gas companies of all sizes to help bring value and expertise to their administrative processes. Find out more at:

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