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Forced Pooling

Louisiana Forced Pooling – Timing is Important

by Gray Reed & McGraw on

Trigger warning for Texas readers: This entry will discuss forced pooling. You may now retreat to your “safe space”, where “no guvment-sumbitch-bureaucrat can conspire with [name of large oil company] to steal my stripper...more

Fixtures Allowances in Commercial Property Transactions: Pooling and Fixed Value Requirements

by White & Case LLP on

New rules concerning capital allowances on the disposal of fixtures (first announced in 2011) are now in full force. The changes, which are procedural and impose additional formalities, are: - Mandatory pooling (which...more

Legislative Update: Pa. Passes Oil and Gas Lease Act Share

On July 9, 2013, Governor Corbett signed the Oil and Gas Lease Act, Senate Bill No. 259 of 2013 (the "Act"), which amends Pennsylvania's Guaranteed Minimum Royalty Act....more

Part II - How Will North Carolina Handle Forced Pooling?

As discussed in Part I, the North Carolina Mining and Energy Commission (“N.C. MEC”) will present its report on hydraulic fracturing to the Joint Legislative Commission on Energy Policy and the Environmental Review Commission...more

Part I – How will North Carolina Handle Forced Pooling?

By October 1, 2013, the North Carolina Mining and Energy Commission (“N.C. MEC”) must report its findings and recommendations for hydraulic fracturing to the Joint Legislative Commission on Energy Policy and the Environmental...more

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