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What is a Federal Right-of-Way Lease for Oil and Gas?

USA - April 17 2017 As mentioned in the first article published in “The FAQs of Federal Oil and Gas Leases” series, the oil and gas under certain federal rights-of-way...


Saving the Best for Last - What Is All That Stuff at the End of My Lease?

USA - November 3 2016 On this blog, we have posted our complete Fee Lease 101 Series covering many of the standard fee oil and gas lease provisions from the granting clause...


Force Majeure - May the Force Be With You and Save Your Oil and Gas Lease

USA - June 24 2016 In Star Wars, the force means an “energy field created by all living things It binds the galaxy together. In French, force majeure means superior...


If it’s wrong, you got nothin’ - execution of instruments

USA - August 21 2014 To state the obvious, one of the most important aspects of any lease, deed, assignment or any other contract is making sure the appropriate party...