Credit Interchange Division (CID)

Credit Interchange Division (CID)

The Credit Interchange Division (CID), operating as a cooperative venture among PESA member companies since 1955, facilitates the confidential exchange of up-to-date ledger experience among its member companies and divisions. CID currently maintains a database of over 50,000 ledger entries on nearly 10,000 existing and potential customers.

CID provides secure Internet access to its credit database, implementing increased connectivity, functionality and ease of use to those members who utilize CID to assist them in the effective management of their receivables.

CID membership is available to PESA Industry Member companies.

If you would like further information on becoming a member of CID, please contact the PESA-CID office at 713-932-6622.

CID Annual Meeting

CID’s Annual Meeting provides an excellent opportunity for credit personnel to meet with peers from participating member companies and discuss issues that affect their day-to-day operations.

Quarterly International DSO Survey – Fourth Quarter 2016

CID’s Quarterly International DSO Survey provides a means whereby CID member companies can anonymously share comparative DSO (days sales outstanding) information by country.

The current survey covers the period from September to December 2016. If you would like to participate in the current survey, please download the following files and follow the instructions for completing and submitting your information.

Please save the spreadsheet template first and then open it. Do not open it directly from the link below or it may not function properly due to security restrictions.
CID Quarterly International DSO Survey Overview | (64 KB, DOC)
CID Quarterly International DSO Survey Template | (44 KB, XLSM)

To be included in the current survey, please submit your responses by no later than February 10.

Oil & Gas Lien Law Statutes by State

Listed below are links to the mechanics and materialmen lien statutes for several oil and gas producing states. If you have further questions or need legal representation, you are encouraged to contact the law office listed on the cover letter. These attorneys have provided this information “gratis” for the purpose of assisting our group.

VIEW LIEN STATUTES

  • Lien Law Summary
  • Alaska | Updated October 19, 2010
    Provided by Robert P. Crowther, Anchorage, Alaska
  • California | Updated August 13, 2008
    Provided by William Winfield, Nordman, Cormany, Hair & Compton, Oxnard, California
  • Colorado | Updated October 21, 2008
    Provided by Barry L. WilkieJones & Keller, P.C., Denver, Colorado
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana | Updated May 12, 2010
    Provided by Benjamin W. Kadden, Lugenbuhl, Wheaton, Peck, Rankin & Hubbard, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Michigan
  • Mississippi
  • Montana | Updated November 19, 2008
    Provided by Crowley, Haughey, Hanson, Toole & Dietrich, P.L.L.P., Billings, Montana
  • New Mexico | Reviewed April 8, 2014
  • New York
  • North Dakota | Updated July 10, 2008
    Provided by Randall Sickler, Mackoff Kellogg Law Firm, Dickinson, North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma | Updated March 25, 2014
    Provided by Larry Ball, Hall Estill Attorneys at Law, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania | Updated November 11, 2008
    Provided by C. Warren Trainor, Ehman, Van Denbergh & Trainor, P.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • South Dakota | Updated July 11, 2008
    Provided by Thomas Graslie, Graslie Law Firm, Rapid City, South Dakota
  • Texas | Texas Lien Form | Texas Notification Letter | Updated September 22, 2008
    Provided by Phil Snow, Snow Fogel Spence LLP, Houston, Texas
  • Wyoming