I live in Guernsey County where land owners with no wells are being paid more than 5000 per acre plus 20 per cent royalties. I on the other hand get paid less than $20 a month for a poor well that is holding my land in production. I'm trying to learn how people are negotiating old leases.
"I wonder if this will help folks HBP formerly with Viking who had transportation charges deducted when Atlas took over despite similar verbiage re deductions only for governmentally imposed taxes and fees."
"Joe, the timing sounds about right for the line through our place. We were told that the line had to be upgraded due to the fact the the campground on our northern border added so many “residences” that the line had to be upgraded. After…"
"When they replaced it 4 years ago, it went from south to north and was for natural gas. Since then, they have reversed the flow, increased the pressure, and changed the product. I think it is NGL but am not sure."
"For what it’s worth, when Kinder Morgan replaced a major pipeline that crosses better than 1/2 a mile of our land 4 years ago, we required the the permanent easement of 30 feet one year after the completion of the replacement, as established…"
"There are some inaccuracies in what has been posted:
1) Atlas filed bankruptacy. The court split the assets between Atlas, Atlas/Titan, and Diversified. Owner notifications were provided by the court.
2) I am receiving…"
"That's a good point, Kathi. They've taken on so many wells and leases that it's almost impossible for them to keep up with maintaining all of the payments with people like Kathi reaching out and letting them know that they are past…"
"A lot has happened since my first post on this. When I sent an email to Atlas/Titan telling them that they owed me a shut-in fee, I received a reply from Tori Solomon, the owner relations person for Diversified, telling me that they were the new…"
"My contact is Tori whose email is email@example.com . She might be in Birmingham but she knows how to get the attention of the right people where ever they are. My last correspondence came from a land man in New Philadelphia,…"
We had a large pipeline replaced across our land 4 years ago and would love to do it again. The owners of the pipeline were told by FERC that the line had to be replaced. After having been contacted by two land men that were clueless, we…"
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