I was asked to lease to Ascent LLC for a price of $500 recently . Four years ago I signed a lease ainGuernsey county for $6,500 per acre. Has it gone down that much per acreage or are they giving me…Continue
"Joe, In dealing with 3 different companies over the years I found that the Landman are not allowed to give you a proposed unit map because it is speculative, subject to change and highly confidential. The most a Landman may do is give you verbal…"
"Be careful on asking too much from Antero, my family learned the hard way and hired an attorney who didn’t ask the Landman for a proposed unit map. Their tract got kicked out of the unit. When you talk to the Antero Landman, ask him for a…"
"My lease in Tyler County, WV is going to expire in November, 2022. I offered to renew with no increase, and I have not heard back from Antero. I have over 122 acres, and they had me leased on an annual basis."
"It depends on the terms, it looks like a lowball. Offers last year in parts of Carroll County were $2000-2500 per acre and 15 to 17 percent for 8 to 10 year terms. For an area with good potential production, a low $500 per acre offer…"
I was asked to lease to Ascent LLC for a price of $500 recently . Four years ago I signed a lease ainGuernsey county for $6,500 per acre. Has it gone down that much per acreage or are they giving me a lowball price?
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