Hello Guest
Landowner Rights Denied By Moratorium      NY: 9 Years, 10 Months | DRBC: 9 Years, 1 Months
YOUR SUPPORT KEEPS US OPEN       
       More Information

You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!

  • 24 Replies
  • 24492 Views
*

virtuallyme

Re: You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!
« Reply #15 on: March 23, 2011, 12:43:01 AM »
G7
welcome to the forum
thatguy started this thread a long time ago and has not been active here in many months

*

crsle

  • 32
Re: You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!
« Reply #16 on: March 23, 2011, 05:19:02 PM »
Dear thatguy
For some reason, the link you posted at "You want addendums... you got em!" doesn't work (or maybe it just doesn't work with my computer???)  How can I get a copy of what you posted?  Thanks so much!

Glad to have saved the document in Word.  I just need to figure out how I can attach the file in here.

*

crsle

  • 32
Re: You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!
« Reply #17 on: March 23, 2011, 05:50:12 PM »
Copied and pasted the Addendum but got this alert "The message exceeds the maximum allowed length (20000 characters)".

Don't see the "Attach" button in Additional Options.  Let's see what else I can try.

*

virtuallyme

Re: You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!
« Reply #18 on: March 23, 2011, 05:57:55 PM »
Ron (ADMIN) sometimes makes exceptions for verbose people  ::)
or - email him the attachment to post

*

crsle

  • 32
Re: You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!
« Reply #19 on: March 23, 2011, 05:59:17 PM »
Part I - Addendum


Oil and Gas Lease
?APPROVED ADDENDUM?
List
(For use in negotiations of leases)
 
 
 
1.      ADDENDUM PREFERENCES (All Addendums should contain this clause)
 
1.1       Should there be any inconsistency between the terms and conditions set forth in the main body of this lease, and the terms and conditions specified in the Addendum the provisions of the Addendum shall prevail and supersede the inconsistent provisions of the main body of this lease
 
2.      SURFACE AESTHETICS
 
2.1            It is agreed and understood that Lessee shall repair and restore the surface of the leased premises, including any damage to existing drainage tile as a result of the Lessee?s operations, to as close as reasonably practical to the condition in which the leased premises existed at the time of the commencement of drilling operations.  Weather permitting, this work shall be completed within ninety (90) days after the cessation of the later of drilling, completing or equipping operations upon the leased premises.  This work shall be done at the sole expense of the Lessee.
 
2.2            Any and all damages to Lessor?s crops or Lessor?s tenant?s crops, caused by Lessee?s operations, shall be paid for by Lessee based on the current market value in the area for whatever type of crops were disturbed.
 
2.3            Following Lessee?s operations on the leased premises, Lessee shall be responsible for restoring the surface of the land that was disturbed by Lessee?s operations to, as close as reasonably practical, its original condition. Weather permitting, restoration shall include but not be limited to leveling and seeding the well location, tank battery and road, removal of all tanks and other associated equipment and the cleanup of product spills that may have occurred.
 
2.4            If requested in writing by Lessor, within (1) one year of the drilling of a well, Lessee agrees to shield one side of any wellhead and/or tank battery for aesthetic purposes.  Such shield shall either be constructed with common fencing materials used in such construction or with the planting of evergreen trees at a minimum height of five (5) feet and spaced every six (6) feet apart; Lessee shall not be responsible for said evergreen trees or fencing materials following the initial planting or installation.  At Lessee?s option, Lessee may have Lessor schedule said work and upon receipt of proof of payment for such work, reimburse Lessor for reasonable expenses not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500).   
 
2.5            Lessee agrees to notify Lessor at least twenty (20) days prior to commencing any construction activities on the leased premises to allow for Lessor?s removal of marketable timber in the area(s) identified by Lessee for the proposed operations hereunder.  Should Lessor choose not to remove such marketable timber, Lessee may remove said timber from the proposed operations area.  Lessor shall then: (a) request Lessee to pay Lessor the value of any such marketable timber as damages at the prevailing stump price for the local area as determined by an independent timber appraiser, said marketable timber shall then become the property of Lessee and removed from the leased premises, OR (b) Lessor may request that Lessee stack the marketable timber on the leased premises at a mutually agreeable location in close proximity to the construction site, said marketable timber shall remain the property of Lessor.?
 
2.6            Lessee agrees to pay a fair market value for any and all damages resulting to marketable timber and/or forest products caused by its operations under the terms of this lease. Lessee shall submit a valuation of marketable timber damages to Lessor and Lessor shall have thirty (30) days to accept or reject Lessee?s valuation. 
3.      WELL SALES
 
3.1            At the time Lessee determines that any well operated by Lessee on the leasehold premises should be plugged or abandoned, Lessee shall first offer in writing to sell such well to Lessor for a fair and reasonable salvage value of the well and appurtenances as determined by Lessee.  If Lessor does not accept in writing such offer within ten (10) days after tender of the offer by Lessee, Lessee shall be free to sell or plug and abandon said well.
 
4.      EQUIPMENT/ROADS/PIPELINE/WATER
 
4.1            Lessee agrees that any necessary pipelines, tank batteries, separators or compressors shall be placed on the leased premises only if they are in conjunction with Lessor?s well(s) and production.  No roads from adjacent properties shall be constructed on the leased premises without Lessor?s written consent.  Any other equipment or pipelines for other producing wells, desired by Lessee to be installed on the leased premises, shall be approved by Lessor in writing unless provided for under a separate agreement.
 
4.2            Lessee agrees not to use any water from Lessor?s ponds, springs, or creeks without Lessor?s written consent.
 
4.3            Any and all pipeline laid by Lessee shall be buried to a minimum depth of thirty-two (32) inches below ground level with the exception of any necessary above ground appurtenances.
 
4.4            Any access road for drilling operations constructed on the leased premises shall not exceed forty (40) feet in width during Lessee?s drilling, completing, re-completing, deepening and/or equipping operations, unless otherwise mutually agreed upon by Lessor and Lessee.  Lessee may require up to sixty (60) feet of frontage on the leased premises to permit access to the leased premises.  Lessee agrees to remove top soil from the access road and place the top soil beside said access road for restoration work after operations are completed.  In the event of a producing well, the access road shall be reduced to a maximum width of fifteen (15) feet and Lessee shall reasonably maintain said access road to its well(s).  If a dry hole is drilled, Lessee agrees to restore, as close as reasonably practicable, the drill site area and access road to the condition that existed prior to the commencement of drilling operations, including replacing top soil over the access road and drill site area and where deemed necessary to bind the soil to prevent substantial erosion, sedimentation and compression of areas disturbed. 
 
5.      STORAGE OR DISPOSAL WELLS:
 
5.1            Lessee and Lessor covenant and agree that Lessee has not acquired and does not acquire the rights for the drilling of an underground gas or oil storage well.
 
5.2            Lessee and Lessor covenant and agree that Lessee has not acquired and does not acquire the rights for the drilling of a saltwater injection or brine disposal well.
 
6.      NON TRANSIT
 
6.1            Lessee does not acquire, pursuant to the terms of this lease, the right to transport foreign gas or its constituents across the leased premises.  Lessee has acquired only the right to transport and convey oil, gas and their constituents produced from the leased premises and oil and gas produced from premises unitized herewith.  Further, Lessee does not acquire, pursuant to this lease, the right to install a meter and/or meter station except a meter to measure oil and gas produced upon the leased premises or any premises unitized herewith unless provided for under a separate agreement.
 
6.2            Lessee shall have the right at any time during or after the expiration of this lease to remove all property and fixtures placed by Lessee on the leased premises, including the right to draw and remove all casing.  If Lessee does not remove such facilities within twelve (12) months from the release of this lease, the facilities shall be considered abandoned by the Lessee and shall become the property of the Lessor.
 
7.      WATER TEST
 
7.1            Lessee shall have Lessor?s current water supply sampled and tested prior to the drilling of any well on the leased premises.  Should Lessor experience a material adverse change in the quality of Lessor?s water supply, during or immediately after the completion of Lessee?s drilling operations; Lessee shall, within forty-eight (48) hours of Lessor?s written request, sample and test Lessor?s water supply at Lessee?s expense.  Should such test reflect a material adverse change as the result of Lessee?s drilling operations on the leased premises, Lessee, at Lessee?s expense, agrees to provide Lessor with potable water until such time as Lessor?s water source has been repaired or replaced with a source of substantially similar quality.
 
7.2             Lessee shall have Lessor?s current water supply sampled and tested prior to the drilling of any well drilled within ______ feet of the leased premises.  Should Lessor experience a material adverse change in the quality of Lessor?s water supply, during or immediately after the completion of Lessee?s drilling operations; Lessee shall, within 48 hours of Lessor?s written request, sample and test Lessor?s water supply at Lessee?s expense.  Should such test reflect a material adverse change as the result of Lessee?s drilling operations within _______ feet of the leased premises, Lessee agrees to provide Lessor with potable water until such time as Lessor?s water source has been repaired or replaced at Lessee?s expense with a source of substantially similar quality. (Non-surface water clause from Ohio.  Can be used in other states with appropriate changes in footage for local or state regs).
(For Ohio leases, use 500? if the well is to be drilled to a depth greater than 4000?.  Use 300? if the well is to be drilled to a depth less than 4000?
 
8.      NO SURFACE OPERATIONS
 
8.1            No well shall be drilled on the leased premises, nor shall Lessee enter upon or install any installation of any nature whatsoever on the leased premises.  This lease is being granted for the sole purpose of permitting Lessee to unitize the leased premises with other leases or properties which shall bear all the burden of surface development.  Lessor understands and gives consent that, due to directional or horizontal drilling originating from surface entry on a parcel not owned by Lessor, the wellbore may pass through or terminate below the surface of the leased premises. 
 
8.2            No well shall be drilled on the leased premises, nor shall Lessee enter upon or install any installation of any nature whatsoever on the leased premises, without the expressed written consent of the Lessor.  This lease being granted for the sole purpose of permitting Lessee to unitize the leased premises with other leases or properties which shall bear all the burden of surface development.  Lessor understands and gives consent that, due to directional or horizontal drilling originating from surface entry on a parcel not owned by Lessor, the wellbore may pass through or terminate below the surface of the leased premises. 
 
9.      WELL LOCATION
 
9.1            The location of any well(s) to be drilled on the lease premises shall be approved by the Lessor or one of their representatives in writing prior to location thereof.  Such approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.  Upon receipt of Lessee?s written location approval form, Lessor shall have fourteen (14) days from the date of receipt to approve and return said form or to advise Lessee in writing of their disapproval of a specific location(s) associated with said form and provide Lessee with an alternate location(s) that Lessee deems to be reasonable, economically feasible and at a legal location pursuant to the rules and regulations of the State/Commonwealth.  Lessor?s failure to notify and return Lessee?s written location approval form or to provide Lessee with such alternate location(s) within fourteen (14) days shall constitute Lessor?s approval of the location(s) associated with said form. 
 
9.2            The location of any well(s) to be drilled on the lease premises shall be approved by the Lessor or one of their representatives in writing prior to location thereof.  Such approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.  . 
10.  SHUT-IN
 
10.1        No well shall be shut-in unless: (a) the shut-in is due to force majeure; (b) the shut-in is due to pipeline or equipment breakage, damage or malfunction; or (c) the shut-in is required because Lessee, in exercise of good faith and reasonable diligence, has been unable to secure a market for the production from such well.  The shut-in status of any well shall persist only for so long as it is necessary to correct, through the exercise of good faith and due diligence, the condition giving rise to the shut-in of the well.  No well shall be shut-in for the direct or indirect purpose of holding oil and/or gas reserves in place.
 
11.  INDEMNIFICATION
 
11.1        Lessee agrees to indemnify, protect, save harmless and defend Lessor from and against any loss, claim or expense, including without limitation claims for injury or death to persons or damage to property occurring as a result of Lessee?s use of the leased premises, or as a result of loss, expense, injury, death or damage, which would not have occurred but for Lessee?s use of the leased premises, except to the extent any such damage or injury is caused by Lessor?s negligence.
 
 
11.2        Lessee shall indemnify and hold harmless the Lessor, its officers, directors, employees and agents, its successors, successors in title, agricultural lessees and assigns, from any and all claims, damages, costs, liabilities, penalties, punitive damages, expenses, fines (civil or criminal), clean-up and/or disposal costs, injuries, deaths, losses, causes of action, actions, damages, judgments consulting engineers? fees, attorney?s fees, costs and expenses, to or in connection with persons or property, arising out of or in connection with any construction, exploration or operations pursuant to provisions of this lease, including but not limited to the imposition by any governmental or regulatory authority for any lien or so-called ?super lien? upon the leased premises resulting from the construction, exploration or operations of the Lessee.
 
12.  COMMENCEMENT
 
12.1        Pursuant to paragraph three (3) of the lease, preparation for drilling on the leased premises shall be defined as entering upon the leased premises or premises unitized herewith and initiating activities for the drilling of a well.
 
12.2        Pursuant to paragraph three (3) of the lease, preparation for drilling on the leased premises or premises unitized herewith shall be defined as the issuance of a drilling permit by the appropriate state regulatory body.
 
13.  LIEN ON LESSOR
 
13.1        The mechanic?s liens, if any, placed on the leased premises by Lessee, Lessee?s contractors and/or subcontractors shall not extend to the Lessor interest or any surface or other fee interest of the Lessor in the leased premises.
 
14.  WELL SITE PAYMENTS
 
14.1        Lessee shall tender to Lessor a payment of ___________________ ($______) for each well that is drilled by Lessee on the leased premises (not including wells drilled on lands unitized herewith) pursuant to this Lease.  Such payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of a well being drilled to its total depth. 
 
14.2        Lessee shall tender to Lessor a payment of ____________ Dollars ($_________.00) for each well that is drilled by Lessee on the herein leased premises (not including wells drilled on lands unitized herewith) pursuant to this Lease to a target depth that is below the top of the ___________ formation, or _____________ Dollars ($_________.00) for each well that is drilled on the leased premises (not including wells drilled on lands unitized herewith) pursuant to this Lease to a target depth that is between the top of the _______________ formation and the top of the ______________ formation, or

*

crsle

  • 32
Re: You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!
« Reply #20 on: March 23, 2011, 06:03:57 PM »
Part II - Addendum



______________ Dollars ($__________.00) for each well that is drilled by Lessee on the leased premises (not including wells drilled on lands unitized herewith) pursuant to this Lease to a target depth that is above the top of the ___________________ formation.  Such payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of a well being drilled to its total depth
 
15.  TOP LEASE
 
15.1        The rights set forth in this lease are subordinate to the rights set forth in any prior valid and subsisting oil and gas lease covering the leased premises herein described. Lessor hereby agrees not to extend, renew, amend, exceed, or modify any such prior lease.  The parties agree that this lease covers, Lessor?s reversionary interest and that Lessee?s possessionary interest shall not commence until the expiration, termination, or cancellation of any aforesaid prior lease which may be valid, subsisting and in full force and effect as of the date hereof.
 
16.  RENTAL PAYMENTS
 
16.1        Lessee agrees to pay in advance all delay rental payments due Lessor for the primary term of this lease; this is a ?Paid-Up? Lease.
 
16.2        In the event an oil and/or gas well is drilled on the leased premises or on lands unitized herewith, Lessee will continue to pay Lessor delay rental payments until production of oil and/or gas has commenced.)
 
17.  ASSIGNMENT
 
17.1        Lessee agrees that there shall be no full assignment of this lease without Lessor?s prior written consent; however, Lessee shall have the ability to sell partial interests in this lease without Lessor?s written consent, as long as operational authority is not transferred from the Lessee.  Lessor?s consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
 
17.2        Lessee agrees that there shall be no full assignment of this lease without Lessor?s prior written consent; Lessor?s consent shall not be unreasonable withheld or delayed. 
 
17.3        Lessee agrees that there shall be no full assignment of this lease without Lessor?s prior written consent.  Lessor?s failure to reply to Lessee?s written request for such consent within ten (10) days shall constitute Lessor?s consent to such assignment(s). 
 
18.  HOUSE GAS
 
18.1        At such time as a well drilled on the leased premises commences producing and marketing natural gas, one and only one Lessor owning a residential dwelling located on the leased premises may elect, if not connecting for the use of natural gas as provided for in the lease, to receive ?in lieu of? the allotment of natural gas, an annual cash payment of six hundred dollars ($600).  The ?in lieu of? payment shall be prorated based on the number of months during the calendar year the gas was produced and marketed by Lessee.  Such ?in lieu of? payment shall be made annually by Lessee on or before the end of the first quarter of each subsequent calendar year.  The election of Lessor to receive the ?in lieu of? payment must be made to Lessee in writing and the beginning date of the ?in lieu of? payment period shall be the first day of the calendar month following Lessee?s receipt of such written notice.  Lessor may only change its election to either connect for the use of gas or to receive the ?in lieu of? payment herein described once during the term of the lease.   
 
18.2        At such time as a well drilled on the leased premises commences producing and marketing natural gas, one and only one Lessor owning a residential dwelling located on the leased premises may elect, if not connecting, for the use of natural gas as provided for in the lease, to receive ?in lieu of? the allotment of natural gas, a ?cash equivalency? payment based upon one hundred (100) MCF of natural gas times the annualized wellhead price for the gas sold from a well drilled upon the leased premises.  The ?in lieu of? payment shall be prorated based on the number of months during the calendar year the gas was produced and marketed by Lessee.  Such ?in lieu of? payment shall be made annually by Lessee on or before the end of the first quarter of each subsequent calendar year.  The election of Lessor to receive the ?in lieu of? payment must be made to Lessee in writing and the beginning date of the ?in lieu of? payment period shall be the first day of the calendar month following Lessee?s receipt of such written notice.  Lessor may only change its election to either connect for the use of gas pursuant or to receive the ?in lieu of? payment herein described once during the term of the lease.   
 
18.3        At such time as a well drilled on the leased premises commences producing and marketing natural gas, one and only one Lessor owning a residential dwelling located on the leased premises may elect, if not connecting, for the use of natural gas as provided for in the lease, to receive ?in lieu of? the allotment of natural gas, a ?cash equivalency? payment based upon the allotment volume of natural gas set forth in the lease times the annualized wellhead price for the gas sold from a well drilled upon the leased premises.  The ?in lieu of? payment shall be prorated based on the number of months during the calendar year the gas was produced and marketed by Lessee..  Such ?in lieu of? payment shall be made annually by Lessee on or before the end of the first quarter of each subsequent calendar year.  The election of Lessor to receive the ?in lieu of? payment must be made to Lessee in writing and the beginning date of the ?in lieu of? payment period shall be the first day of the calendar month following Lessee?s receipt of such written notice.  Lessor may only change its election to either connect for the use of gas or to receive the ?in lieu of? payment herein described once during the term of the lease.
 
19.  PARTICIPATION
 
19.1        Lessor reserves the right to participate in the drilling of a well proposed upon the leased premises for up to a ________ percent (___%) working interest.  Should the leased premises be unitized in accordance with the terms of this oil and gas lease, then Lessor?s working interest shall be proportionately reduced based on that portion of the leased premises contributed to the unit.  Lessor?s participation shall be subject to a mutually agreeable AAPL 1989-610 Model Form Operating Agreement, naming the Lessee as operator.  Lessor?s election to participate shall be based upon an Authority for Expenditure (?AFE?) issued for the drilling, completing and equipping of the well, which shall include the normal and customary charges by the operator for drilling and completion supervision and administration of the well.  Lessor shall be required to elect to participate (or not participate) in the well in writing, and if electing to participate, prepay all costs associated with the drilling, completing and equipping of a proposed well within ten (10) days of receipt of Lessee?s well proposal, which shall include an AFE and well plat.  Failure by Lessor to elect to participate in the proposed well and  prepay all costs associated with the drilling completing and equipping of a proposed well within ten (10) days of receipt of Lessee?s well proposal shall be deemed an election not to participate. 
 
20.  UNITIZATION
 
20.1        Lessor shall approve, in writing, the unitization of any portion of the leased premises with other leases, except when Lessee determines that the well, in order to be economically feasible, must be located within the minimum required spacing and/or distance to a property line of the leased premises, as set forth by the rules and regulations of the State/ Commonwealth.  Such approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed
 
20.2        Lessor shall approve, in writing, the unitization of any portion of the leased premises with other leases. 
 
21.  EXISTING WELLS/EXCEPT & RESERVATIONS
 
21.1        Lessor hereby excepts and reserves from this lease (in accordance with State regulations) any existing unplugged, abandoned, and/or non-commercially producing well(s) and the acreage attributable to such wells, located on the leased premises, insofar and only insofar as to the formations(s) completed therein. Lessor will not commercially operate or transfer commercial operation of said well(s) to a third party.  Lessee shall not be responsible for the environmental and/or plugging obligations and liabilities associated with said wells. 
21.2        Lessor hereby excepts and reserves from this lease any and all existing well(s) located on the leased premises.  Lessee shall not be responsible for the environmental and/or plugging obligations and liabilities associated with said wells. 
 
21.3        This lease excepts and reserves to the Lessor _________ (____) acres in the __________ formation for the existing well on the leased premises identified as Permit (API) # ________________, the boundaries of which are identified on the well?s surveyor?s plat.
 
22.  PUGH CLAUSE
 
22.1        Upon the expiration of the primary term of the lease, the right to explore and drill for oil, gas and other hydrocarbon substances shall terminate, except Lessee may thereafter retain and operate all wells then producing oil, gas and other hydrocarbons.  Lessee shall retain an area of __________ (___) acres per well, or that portion of the leased premises unitized with other lands, for any wells drilled on the leased premises during the term of the lease.  On any portion of the leased premises that has terminated or been released by Lessee pursuant to this clause, Lessee, for itself, its successors and assigns, hereby reserves the right to use, maintain, operate, replace, remove and relocate any of its facilities, including but not limited to roadways, pipelines, and tank batteries, installed thereon for Lessee?s wells.  The rights for such facilities shall remain subject to the terms and conditions of the Lease.  Lessor shall grant Lessee the appropriate right of way or easement to cover Lessees continued use of the leased premises for such purpose. 
 
23.  (WITH DRILLING COMMITMENT, AND CREDIT FOR OVERDRILLING)
 
23.1        Lessee shall use its best efforts to commence, or cause to be commenced, the actual drilling of a well (the ?Initial Well?) on the leased premises on or before the end of the primary term.  Thereafter, Lessee shall endeavor to drill a minimum on one (1) well in each subsequent calendar year.  Should Lessee elect not to commence the drilling of the Initial Well or any subsequent well, the lease shall terminate as to all undrilled acreage.  However, upon the termination of the lease, the lease shall nevertheless remain in full force and effect as to any and all wells drilled upon the leased premises.  Each well drilled on the leased premises shall hold and maintain the lease in effect for ________ (___) acres.  Any wells drilled by Lessee and situated on other properties that are unitized with the herein leased premises shall be deemed to be located on the herein leased premises but shall only hold and maintain that portion of the herein leased premises contained in the well?s drilling unit.  Any wells drilled over the aforementioned drilling commitment shall be credited toward future drilling commitments.  On any portion of the leased premises released by Lessee pursuant to clause herein, Lessee, for itself, its successors and assigns, hereby reserves the right to use, maintain, operate, replace, remove and relocate any of its facilities, including but not limited to roadways, pipelines, and tank batteries, installed thereon for Lessee?s wells.  The rights for such facilities shall remain subject to the terms and conditions of the Lease.  Lessor shall grant Lessee the appropriate right of way or easement to cover Lessees continued use of the leased premises for such purpose. 
 
24.  RENTAL REDUCTION CLAUSE
 
24.1        The drilling of each well on the leased premises shall reduce the initial delay rental obligation by the amount of the delay rental attributable to the leased premises included in the spacing unit surrounding each well, which reduction shall become effective on the next delay rental due date, provided the well is in production.  If such well (or wells) is/are drilled on a unit created by a spacing order or on a unit created by voluntary unitization agreement, each well drilled on such unit shall reduce the delay rental obligation by the amount of the leased premises attributable to the acreage contained in the unit. 


*

virtuallyme

Re: You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!
« Reply #21 on: March 23, 2011, 06:05:41 PM »
thanks! crsle  :) :)

*

crsle

  • 32
Re: You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!
« Reply #22 on: March 23, 2011, 06:15:39 PM »

*

G7

Re: You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!
« Reply #23 on: March 23, 2011, 06:58:35 PM »
Dear Crsle
I didn't see page 3 of the discussion board -- so I didn't see that you were able to post the information from "thatguy" --- so you can ignore my personal communication with you!  Thanks so very much for taking the time and going to the effort to post this!  Very helpful!
G7

*

DebO

Re: You want Addendums.....You got em!!!!
« Reply #24 on: October 26, 2011, 09:48:44 PM »
Does anyone have a pipeline ROW addendum that they care to share?
Has anyone ever negotiated getting into a unit by allowing the pipeline to cross their land to deliver the gas to market?
What is the current going rate per foot or acre?
Thanks for any info!

Deb