Antero Resources, one of the biggest Marcellus/Utica drillers (with major operations in West Virginia) released its fourth-quarter and full-year 2019 update yesterday, along with hosting a conference…Continue
"My option, EQT being the most crooked company of the Appalachian Basin has acquired Chevron and now maybe CNX. This isn't good. Remember who EQT is, Equitable Gas. Equitable screwed a lot of landowners back in the day with Gas storage. They can…"
"That's hard to answer as it's up to the E & P company on the way they want to prepare unit acreage and file the permit(s). A lot of time you will see legs running southeast and northwest, but can vary due to the unit acreage.
"Nicely said Deutchen. The day and age we live in now, we're lucky companies are even interested in buying right now. I spoke to a good friend the other day who has minerals in Wetzel Co, WV and he was offered $7800 an acre 6 months ago. He…"
"My family was dealing with Antero in Wetzel with the same offer you received. I negotiated for the family, each had about 0.45 of an acre. We were able to get these terms listed below.
Get out of that lease the General warranty clause,…"
"Debra, how many acres or interest do you own? What county are you located in? The reason I ask is the fact I can look into it and see what they're planning to do. $200 is not worth the time to send paperwork out, I agree, but I could help with…"
"The company is presenting you with a pipeline right of way easement. You should receive an
Easement, Exhibit A, Order of Payment and W9.
You should get paid full amount in a certain amount of days. It will state the full amount and say 30…"
"Debra, Please make sure you have an attorney look over the lease or someone who can help you deal with the landman.
My family was dealing with Antero in Wetzel, and had a lot of modifications done to the lease.
"P.S. There is alot of landmen out of work tying to get landowners into an agreement so they can shop around and make money. If it was me, I would only deal with these companies who are local and have…"
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