Landowners

Emens & Wolper has over 100 years of cumulative experience in the areas of oil, gas, solar, water, coal, sand, and gravel law.

 

Solar Leases

Landowner Dangers with Solar Options, Solar Leases and Solar Easements

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Oil and Gas

With over 100 years of cumulative experience, Emens & Wolper attorneys practice in the areas of oil and gas, solar, water rights, coal, sand and gravel law and related matters including negotiating leases and mineral conveyance, pipeline easements, forced pooling (unitization),  and acquisitions and sales.

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Our attorneys counsel landowners on a variety of rights-of-ways and utility and pipeline easement issues. The easements currently being acquired, especially for transmission of natural gas and natural gas liquids and gas storage, require more scrutiny and appropriate language than in the past.

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Rights of Way and Utility & Pipeline Easement Issues

All of our attorneys have experience handling real estate and mineral issues. Whether it involves purchase, sale, leasing, mortgage or other financing of urban, suburban or rural properties, we provide the practical and legal advice necessary to accomplish the clients’ goals.

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With over 75 years of cumulative experience, Emens & Wolper attorneys practice in the areas of oil and gas, water rights, coal, sand and gravel law and related matters including negotiating leases and mineral conveyance, pipeline easements, and acquisitions and sales.

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Landowner Articles

August 19, 2019 in News & Publications, Oil and Gas

Oil & Gas, Solar, Pipeline, and Energy Newsletter – August 2019

August 2019 Newsletter

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August 13, 2019 in News & Publications, Oil and Gas

Landowner Dangers with Solar Options, Solar Leases and Solar Easements

By Dick Emens and Cody Smith We are becoming more and more concerned for landowners because of the landowner unfriendly language in Solar Options, Solar Leases and Solar Easements! While…

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August 9, 2019 in Oil and Gas

“Reasonable Diligence” Under 2006 Ohio Dormant Mineral Act May Not Require Internet Search

By: Cody Smith, Emens & Wolper Law Firm It’s likely you’ve heard of the Ohio Dormant Mineral Act. This statute provides a mechanism for surface owners to have severed mineral…

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