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Listen to the Words In the Injunction Battle

In Lightning Oil Company v. Anadarko E&P Offshore, LLC, the surface and 1/6 of the minerals of the Chaparral Wildlife Management Area is owned by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. 5/6th of the minerals is owned by the...more

Partition Suit Decision Could Be Problematic for W.Va. Oil & Gas Operators

Based on a recent decision in West Virginia’s 3rd Judicial Circuit, which includes Doddridge, Pleasants and Ritchie counties, the use of litigation in the form of partition suits may be more problematic than it otherwise has...more

B.C. Supreme Court Sets Aside B.C. Surface Rights Board Rent Review

In reasons released on May 30, 2014, the B.C. Supreme Court set aside the B.C. Surface Rights Board’s compensation award to a landowner in northern B.C. and remitted the case back to the Board for reconsideration: Progress...more

Reseeding With Native Grasses After Operations – Keeping The Eagle Ford Native

How is a producer to deal with a demanding and formidable lessor’s insistence on stringent surface protection? How about demands from environmental groups and government entities?...more

The Shale Play Today - June 2013

In This Issue: - Yours, Mine or Ours? Morgan Clarifies Surface Versus Mineral Ownership in W. Va. - In Northwestern Pa., Gas Drilling Targets Utica - 2012 Pa. Impact Fees - Shale Oil & Gas Estimates...more

Must An Oil And Gas Lessee Accommodate A Cattle Operation?

At Looper Reed we advise our clients that it is good business to accommodate your neighbor informally, if you can. Sometimes that leads to attempted world domination, as Chamberlain learned from Hitler in 1938....more

The Shale Play Today - November 2012

In This Issue: - Independent Natural Gas Producers Challenge EPA Air Rules - W.Va. High Court Weighs in on Surface Owners' Appeal Rights - Insuring Your Growing Assets in the Appalachian Shale Gas Plays -...more

High Court Weighs In on Surface Owners’ Appeal Rights

In Martin v. Hamblet, decided November 21, 2012, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals determined that a surface owner may not appeal issuance of a well work permit by the Department of Environmental Protection for a...more

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