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Coughlin Appointed to Board Membership of North Dakota Chapter of NARO

Adam Coughlin

April 8, 2024

WILLISTON, ND- American State Bank & Trust Co. (ASB), a leading local provider of mineral services, is proud to announce that Adam Coughlin, Mineral Services Officer, in ASB’s Trust Department, has been appointed as a member of the Board of Directors of the North Dakota chapter of the National Association of Royalty Owners (NARO).

NARO stands as the singular national organization dedicated to representing the interests of oil & gas royalty owners. Committed to the empowerment of mineral and royalty owners, NARO’s mission revolves around advocacy, support, and education. With twelve chartered state organizations under its umbrella, including NARO-North Dakota, NARO serves as a vital platform for ensuring the voices of mineral owners are heard and their interests protected.

ASB President & CEO David N. Hanson said, “At American State Bank & Trust Co., our mission is to make our community better. Adam’s service on NARO’s Board affords him the unique opportunity to seek improvements on a variety of issues relating to mineral ownership and management. We appreciate Adam’s commitment to serve on NARO’s Board and advocate for mineral owners in Western North Dakota.”

Coughlin’s appointment to the Board of the North Dakota chapter of NARO is in recognition of his expertise and commitment to the welfare of mineral owners. His extensive experience in the field of mineral services, coupled with his dedication to empowering and educating royalty owners, makes him an invaluable addition to the Board.

Adam Coughlin said, “I am honored to join the Board of the North Dakota chapter of NARO. I look forward to collaborating with fellow board members and leveraging our collective expertise to address the concerns and champion the rights of mineral owners in our State.”

NARO chapters across the nation, including NARO-North Dakota, provide essential resources such as education, political advocacy, and state conventions. These initiatives serve to inform and unite mineral owners, fostering a community dedicated to addressing issues pertinent to their properties.