Leasing Farmland for Oil and Gas Production

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Educational workshop developed to help landowners better understand and Oil and Gas Lease

When Mar 14, 2012
from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM
Contact Name
Contact Phone 740-397-0401
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Presented by Clif Little, Extension Educator in Guernsey and Noble Counties and Chris Penrose, Extension Educator in Morgan County.

Leasing farland for oil and gas production is experiencing a revitalization.  Speculators and land brokers are securing leases of large blocks of land.  Leasing and drilling activity is expected to increase in our area.  This educational workshop has been developed to help landowners better understand an Oil and Gas Lease.

There is no charge for this program, but registration is required so that handouts may be prepared.  Call 740-397-0401 to register by March 12

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