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WHAT CAN I DO IF MY ROYALTIES ARE NOT BEING PAID?

WHAT CAN I DO IF MY ROYALTIES ARE NOT BEING PAID?



JOHN B.MCFARLAND

GRAVES DOUGHERTY HEARON &MOODY

401 CONGRESS, SUITE 2200

AUSTIN, TEXAS 78703

512-480-5618

jmcfarland@gdhm.com

www.oilandgaslawyerblog.com




Introduction



This paper is intended to give general guidance to royalty owners who believe that they

are owed royalties but are not receiving payment. It is not… Continue

Posted on November 11, 2009 at 12:44pm

Hydraulic Fracturing and UDSW Protection



Hydraulic Fracturing and UDSW Protection



ALL Consulting

Lead author: J. Daniel Arthur

Contributing authors: Bill Hochheiser, and Brian Bohm




Download and Print the Paper



Introduction



Natural gas production from shale formations is a fast-growing segment of the United States’ natural gas supply, and is… Continue

Posted on July 30, 2009 at 1:38pm

Water Resources, Water regulation & the Haynesville Shale - by ALL Consulting (Part 3 of 3)



Guest Authors: Brian Bohm, P.G., ALL Consulting; Teri S. Holmes, M.S., ALL Consulting



Water Resources



Water is a necessary component of the hydraulic fracturing process and is utilized in significant quantities, usually several million gallons for a horizontal well to be completely drilled and fractured, although the amounts will vary depending on the well and geological characteristics of the formation… Continue

Posted on May 26, 2009 at 10:59am

Haynesville Shale Primer - The Haynesville Shale (part 2 of 3)



Haynesville Shale—A Primer

Guest Authors: Brian Bohm, P.G., ALL Consulting; Teri S. Holmes, M.S., ALL Consulting






The Haynesville Shale

Encompassing approximately 9,000 square miles in northern Louisiana and eastern Texas, the Haynesville Shale has an average thickness of 200 feet to 300 feet. Current predictions for the Haynesville Shale have 251 Tcf of technically recoverable resources with a total… Continue

Posted on May 21, 2009 at 10:00am

Haynesville Shale—A Primer (Part 1 of 3)

Haynesville Shale—A Primer

Authors: Brian Bohm, P.G., ALL Consulting; Teri S. Holmes, M.S., ALL Consulting





Introduction

Natural gas captured from organic shale formations is not new to the oil and gas industry; shale gas has been produced since the early 1800s (DOE, 2009). Most shale gas formations have historically been deemed economically impractical to drill due to the available technology and relative abundance of domestic conventional natural gas… Continue

Posted on May 18, 2009 at 12:08pm

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At 11:56am on May 18, 2009, Guest Columnist said…
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