A landman representing Mark West energy stopped today to see about running a pipeline through my property in Warren Twp Jefferson county Ohio. He offered $15 a foot and I told him I would need final…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dan May 29, 2012.
Question-If my property is within a square mile of 2 producing wells, would I collect royalties from both wells with a 640 acre lease? Also, how long does it take between the gas company to survey…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Farmer Apr 11, 2012.
"Martin, Paloma may have been the safer bet with McClendon involved. Great River called me and said my lease with Ohio Energy partners needs to be signed again with Great River. Probably a stall tactic so they don't pay in 90 days."
"Martin, in yesterday's edition of the Farm and Dairy paper they had an article about how people were fooled with the market enhancement clause in their lease and the landowners in western P.a. had deductions in their monthly royalty…"
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