I don't know the terms of your lease, but when/if either of the companies commences operations, ask them to let you have final say on where their roads are built: Straight down the center or along one boundary line, that sort of thing. Maybe ask one company to build their road in one place and the other in another.
If so, you can help design the layout(s) / route(s) of the road(s) to facilitate eventual development of the surface.
And don't forget to insist that they install culverts and/or bridges so as to not negatively effect the natural drainage or you can end up with a useless mud pit or even a swamp, ruining all or a part of your lands for almost anything - grazing, timber, crops.
There will be Fencing, Gate and possibly Cattleguard issues to address.
Most companies will want to install "Push Gates" so their Drivers don't have to get out and unlock / re-lock locks when making their Runs. Time is Money.
That's fine, but if you use your land for grazing, insist that they install Cattleguards under their Push Gates: Not all cattle are as stupid as people think.
There are other issues that should be addressed, depending upon what you use your lands for: Damages for any Timber cut over a certain value, lost income from loss of Timber Land, Crop Land, Grazing Land; Water Wells, Surface Water use... the list goes on.
People should think of these things when they negotiate their leases, but most don't.