Absolutely. Lease agreements, or contracts, between natural gas operators and/or pipeline companies and individual land- or mineral-owners can be uniquely tailored to address a broad range of requests. For example, a landowner can choose not to have related infrastructure on their property, which can be written into a lease. Similar to leasing one’s land or minerals for natural gas development, landowners can enter into similar agreements with pipeline companies. We encourage those interested in leasing their land to always consult with an attorney or a legal professional prior to signing a lease. Land- and mineral-owners are our partners in this important process, and as an industry, we strive to ensure they’re well-informed and that their property is effectively managed.
Is the industry willing to listen to landowner requests when locating a pad or ROW?
September 28, 2012