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Temporary Water Line

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin in Belmont County Sep 5, 2014. 5 Replies

Does anyone know the going rate for a temporary water line easement across landowners property?Continue

What your minerals are worth to you!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark McGrail Apr 28, 2014. 1 Reply

I haven't been posting on here much since the weather has gotten a little better and have been able to be more outdoors getting some stuff done on the the farms. But I have been following most of the…Continue

Wells ready to be fracked

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ragnars Repo Oct 21, 2013. 2 Replies

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Beware of all the gas companies!

Started this discussion. Last reply by adam sorell Apr 12, 2014. 317 Replies

I signed two lease's back in 2011 with Gulfport Energy on 80 acres that I own in Belmont County, Ohio. Let me start by saying don't believe anything that any of the land men tell you, the are working…Continue

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At 4:19pm on May 14, 2014, Patrick Kocovsky said…

Kevin,  I have 40 acres in Washington County in the wet gas corridor where a couple of companies are signing acreage. On a call with lawyers on Monday I asked a question about how much a market enhance clause might deduct from royalties and they answered it may drop to 17%. In one of your posts you suggested about 16%. Can you tell me how you calculated that? Do you know if dropping to 16% is typical? I get that the amount of deduction is dependent on what materials are produced and cracked. I'm just trying to decide if signing a market enhance clause with language nearly identical to yours is safe. Thanks!

 
 
 

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