"blame it on anything you want. The fact of the matter is oil and gas drilling in the US has produced an oversupply that will last for several decades. The US is energy independent already. The problem is infrastructure. Watch oil prices in…"
Please take in all of the information you can and make your own decision and have good legal advice along the way. You will soon know if it is a bust. The white truck will disappear and the permits will cease. In the mean time enjoy…"
"I am a landowner in NEPA and we got 5.00/acre. The seismic crew gave us damage concessions, informed us of every step and left the land they way they found it with no damage. Also, if you are talking about 3D seismic then you are crazy not to let…"
"hey, I'm located in Bradford County, PA with lots of drilling. Many rigs have moved to Ohio and Southwest PA. We are hearing rumors that results are very disappointing out there and they are stacking out rigs or planning to return them to…"
The rate for Geokinetics is typically around $5.00 per acre. The main thing you want the agreement to say is a liability release for any worker. You also want to make sure it states they will repair or reimburse you for any surface damage. I was impressed with Geokinetics. I had some damage and repaired it myself after showing them the damage and they paid it quickly. jy
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