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Alex Wolfe is from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He attended the University of Oklahoma where he earned a BA in Energy Management and Finance and continued to Oklahoma City University, earning a Masters in Energy Legal Studies. Alex spent nearly 10 years with Chesapeake Energy (CHK) working as a Landman in multiple assets including West Virginia, Southwest Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Texas. Alex subsequently, was the Land Supervisor for the Utica Land Team and Eagle Ford Land team from 2017-2020. Alex departed CHK in 2020 and assumed a role with Rhino Energy Services as the Director of Business Development until 2023. At Rhino, he developed an expansive renewables division, serving clients across the U.S. Alex is an active member of the AAPL and OCAPL associations and is a Certified Petroleum Landman. Alex spends his time outside of work investing in small businesses and is an active real estate agent in Oklahoma City, alongside his wife. Alex enjoys time with family and friends at the lake, learning the ropes as a new dad, and traveling.

Alex Wolfe



Dakota hails from the small town of Sulphur, Oklahoma. In 2010, he began his professional journey in the field by joining McDonald Land Services when he moved to Ohio to begin working on various projects in the Utica & Marcellus Shale. His experience is founded in title, leasing, and engaging in curative work in the expansive Marcellus/Utica Shale regions spanning across Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia. In 2014, Dakota moved to Denver, Colorado where from 2014-2023 he continued to manage multiple project in the DJ Basin, Permian, and Powder River Basin for McDonald. Dakota attended the University of Kansas, on a full scholarship to play football and completed a degree in Psychology, with a minor in Business. Today, Dakota resides in Castle Rock, Colorado with his wife, Erin, their daughter Nora, and dogs, Denver and Sage. Dakota enjoys fly fishing, camping, and spending time with his family and friends.

Dakota Lewis
Three Points Landmark


Three Points Land was inspired by the point where Colorado, Oklahoma, and Kansas come together. This is the meeting point for three distinct regions of America: the Western United States, the Midwest, and the American South.


Fortuitously, the "Three Points" landmark represents the connection between the Three Points Land founders.


Today, the Three Points Land team spans beyond these regions and serves national and international clients from coast to coast, boarder to boarder.

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