Here is a link to a discussion on the WV Landowners group.

Forced Pooling Bill link

Last week's Ritchie Gazette had a great editorial about this, pointing out how unfair this would be to mineral owners who take the time to negotiate a lease and who, under this bill, would be forced into a lease once 80% of the net mineral acres are leased, the lease terms determined by a committee including a representative of the oil and gas industry.

Please check out the link and write to the senators and delegates involved. Ritchie's Woody Ireland is a sponsor. In the past he has fought for the rights of mineral owners, and helped defeat previous bills which were worse, but this bill is not fair to those who want a fair lease.

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West Virginia residents and landowners,

The House Judiciary Committee is voting on the Forced Pooling Bill known as HB 2688 this Monday morning.  Mr. Ryan Weld is currently undecided which way to vote.  His vote could be the deciding vote!

Those who oppose forced pooling should email Ryan Weld. 

Ryan Weld    (R - Brooke, 02)

CONTACT

ryan.weld@wvhouse.gov Capitol Office: Room 224E, Building 1 State Capitol Complex Charleston, WV 25305 Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3367Home: 2225 Marianna Street Wellsburg, WV, 26070 Home Phone: (304) 737-4185 Business Phone: (304) 670-6605

Also, here is a link to the all of the members of the House Judiciary Committee.

I wouldn't hurt to email each member:

http://www.legis.state.wv.us/committees/house/HouseCommittee.cfm?Ch...

House Judiciary  - Agenda

Monday, February 23, 2015, 9:00 AM

Location: Room 418

9:00 AM Meeting called to order

Roll call

  Approval of minutes

  SB357/HB2566  Coal Jobs and Safety Act of 2015 

HB2688  Providing for the unitization of interests in drilling units in connection with all horizontal oil or gas wells

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