Would like to know if people on this list would be willing to share information regarding their pipeline leases. Possibly copies of their leases and addendums. Would also like to know what price ranges people are receiving per foot. Would be helpful to also share and good or bad experiences people are having with regard to pipeline issues.
"The point that one needs to understand is that the process of extractng the gas needs to be taken into consideration. This is the key point that is never addressed "I estimate that extraction, transport and combustion of Marcellus gas —…"
Make sure that you get additional addendums on your lease to protect your interests. First make sure it is only for drilling and not storage or injection wells. What is the term of the lease they want? There are many other important…"
I noticed a small but significant difference between you and beetle. Beetle said $10/ft and you said $10/in ft which I take to mean that a 30" line would be 30" x $10 x distance across your property. Is that right or was it a typo?"
"I signed a lease a few months ago with MarkWest. Great folks to work with. They needed to widen an existing Columbia gas line to install 6" LP transmission lines. This is already an existing ROW for transmission and electric, also it already…"
"I was at a meeting this weekend where a man was telling me that he was not able to get any more than $6 per foot for his pipeline lease. He said they told him that if he didn't take the offer they would go around him. Let's continue to…"
"I read in our newspaper today that they are trying to get another water access in Athens in the Chemung River. The article says that one of the stipulations is that they only use 1,000,000 gallons in a 24 hour period. They already have another water…"
"Beetle you have a gas line on your property already, right? Does this mean that any new pipeline they put in is covered by that lease? They are not doing sotrage on your property, are they? Are you getting reimbursed for the use of the meter site?…"
"Carolyn, I've had a few visits from Mark West energy and they want to put some kind of a meter site in one of my fields. They want to tie the wells they have drilled around here into this site and then into the gas line that runs through my…"
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