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Negotiating Oil and Gas Leases: A Book for Land Owners Kindle Edition
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I have 10 years experience in petroleum economics and I would really recommend starters to start with this book for life because it is easy refer to all the time.
no there is no conflict in my review!
good book for starters and reference for the experts.
many thanks to the author and sorry if I was forward.
As a mineral owner, I purchased this book hoping to get some additional pointers that might be helpful to add to a lease. It starts off quite well, giving some basic information about the initial phases of leasing; but, when I got to chapter #3,the Oil and Gas Lease Clause by Clause, I got very disappointed very quickly. I'm sure the author of this book is very knowledgeable since he is a P.E and has worked for well known oil companies and owns his own oil and gas exploration company; but, from where I stand, I would say that this book is written by an "Oil man", for "Oil Men" not for the "unschooled" land/mineral owner. Chapter 3 which specifically talks about the lease clauses is so slanted in favor of the Lessee (the Oil Company) that I would say, "BEWARE"! After I read a few of the clauses and realized the extreme slant, I finally gave up and scanned through the remainder of the book.
Again, I say beware; it's a $15-$20 book selling in the mid $30's; but, there is some good information in the book. Oil terms and definitions are good and could be a relatively good source for this information, although over priced for that; but, if you are expecting to gain lease clause information that will help you, then you've come to the wrong place. Your oil lease is a very important document that can survive to haunt you, so take the time and effort to research, talk to your friends and neighbors, and by all means, get an attorney that understands the mineral owners side.