Pipeline easment attorney to review Oneok easement


#1

Arbuckle II coming through my place. I’m looking to switch lawyers. Any recommendations for Attorneys to review easement, handle negotiations, etc.


#2

Have they surveyed yet? Thanks, Ms. Pat Malone


#3

Let me add that I think I got them off my back with coming through my property. I sent them MY Land Access Permit to sign with MY provisions and my monitoring fee of $500/day and a stick figure of a shorter-more strategic route around my place. Last I heard from landman was that his supervisor suggested they use my route…they don’t know my land like I do…

Pat


#4

Bobby Reed is my lawyer. We settled today for $799. a rod. Oneok 30 inch pipeline


#5

Ahh, thank you for the update. I haven’t begun negotiations quite yet.


#6

In signing a pipeline easement agreement, there is so much more to consider than how much per rod you will get. And there is so much more to look at than the $ sign. Find an O&G attorney who specializes in O&G and one who can help structure an agreement that will protect your interests. Once you sign the operator’s “onerous” agreement, that’s it. You’re locked in … no going back to change anything.

FYI … there aren’t any O&G attorneys in Groesbeck.
Good luck.


#7

Hi @Shirley_White1. How did you agree to $799/rod? $1.50 per inch of diameter per rod comes out to $742.50. $2.00 comes out to $990. $2.50 comes out to $1,237.50. Did you use a different benchmark to come to an agreement?
Thanks.


#8

Definitely speak with a Texas attorney, he or she doesn’t have to be in that town or county to provide you with assistance.


#9

What ever that comes out to be. That’s what we settled on. $799. per rod.


#10

Yes my lawyer spent lots of time on contract. Not just monies. As far as how we came up to the 799. I don’t know. I had told my lawyer I wanted at least $45. a foot.


#11

It’s called a Pipeline Easement Agreement.
Good luck, Pat