Easements / Right of Ways
Representing Landowners All Over Ohio
An oil and gas lease might include pipeline easement rights as a provision. For this reason, landowners should examine existing oil and gas leases to determine if pipeline easement rights already exist. If so, the landowner should understand the extent of the easement rights granted in the lease. For example, the lease may allow the oil and gas company to establish gathering lines anywhere on the leased property. Or an oil and gas lease might prohibit the landowner from granting a pipeline easement to another company.
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Landowners who have existing oil and gas leases should carefully review the leases and consult an attorney for clarification of any language that refers to pipelines. Landowners considering an oil and gas lease should consider removing any references to pipeline easements and negotiating those rights in a separate pipeline easement agreement.
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