"I'd add to those who don't like groups - people who shunned the groups thinking they knew best but then they find they got screwed. They don't like the groups who made out OK. It's like rubbing salt in a wound for…"
Al has the right link for you. I have a friend in the Central Ohio Landowners' Assoc who occasionally sends exerpts from the Emens newsletters to me. There are several good articles in this link. Some landowners think…"
"From the Emens & Wolper newsletter:
Pipeline Easements: The Next Knock on the Doors of Ohio Landowners
As oil and gas activities continue in Ohio’s Utica Shale play, an increasing number of Ohio landowners will have pipeline company…"
"Thanks for the clarification, Jason. I figure Consol is going to be the big winner in most of Short Creek Twp since they own so many mineral rights there. I feel sorry for the property owners because I'd guess Consol…"
"Sorry, don't mean to be pushy. I don't have a dog in this fight but I just see everyone guessing - size of pipe, piggyback piping, price/inch, price/ft (ranging from $15 - $144), etc. While it is good to gather info, throw out…"
"Not meaning to be redundant but I repeat - Get a good mineral rights atty, KWGD or one from Columbus, and make sure you know what is going on with the gasline guys. Don't play guessing games with these companies. They have been…"
"These are the kinds of things that give the Wall St. protesters and the anti-fracking people fodder for their arguments - companies do crooked things for their own best interests and the anti-frackers extend that crookedness to the…"
"I know it's "just a pipeline" but be sure all you guys run anything through a mineral rights atty (not a local general practice atty) to specify what the pipeline folks can and cannot do. It'll be worth the few bucks you…"
What makes this site so great? Well, I think it's the fact that, quite frankly, we all have a lot at stake in this thing they call shale. But beyond that, this site is made up of individuals who have worked hard for that little yard we call home. Or, that farm on which blood, sweat and tears have fallen.[ Read More ]