That’s a good question – although it heavily depends on a number of factors. Variables include but are not limited to: the area in which you live, the amount of land you own and the feasibility of production in your area. To keep it simple, if you are in a viable area for development and you own your mineral rights, companies exploring for natural gas in your area will contact you. You can also contact the National Association of Royalty Owners, a national organization that represents the interests of mineral owners.
Will we be contacted to use our land for fracking?
April 30, 2013