Craig Berube grew up in New Mexico where he was influenced by the widespread effect of the energy industry on the local terrain and economy. Craig entered law school in Colorado with the goal of practicing natural resource law. Craig graduated from the University of Denver, College of Law, and began his practice in 1993.
In 1996, Craig began researching and writing mineral title opinions, and since then he has remained active in mineral title. Craig’s law practice continues to focus on mineral ownership and upstream oil and gas development. In 2011, Craig was named President of the Denver Association of Oil and Gas Title Lawyers. Craig has given presentations on many upstream issues, including ownership, pooling and unitization issues, and agreements pertaining to joint operations, farmouts, exploration and development, to organizations including the Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen and the Colorado Bar Association.
In his spare time, Craig likes to spend time with his family, play golf, practice yoga, and read the types of fiction that verge on being actual literature.