Air date: May 18, 2014.
Indexed in 15:00 Minute Segments:
Discussion on amendments to already existing oil and gas leases. Listen to Doug explain his feelings on this issue.
Discussion on the importance of making informed decisions as a landowner. Doug’s discussion in this segment is focused on informing landowners on the tactics land men use to try and persuade the landowner into signing a poor agreement.
Doug continues his talk on amendments to already existing oil and gas leases. Listen to learn about the possible consequences that may come from ratifying your existing lease.
Doug talks about misinformation and information. Listen to Doug explain what he feels is a reasonable way to accept advice and what is an unreasonable way to make decisions based off another’s knowledge. Remember, each case is different, no two circumstances are the same.
Air date: May 11, 2014.
Doug discusses the modifications that Gas Companies are presenting to land owners in regards to their already existing gas lease. This includes the types of modifications a Gas Company may ask you to consider.
Individual assistance is important for each case. Each case is unique and distinct to itself. Make sure you are continually educating yourself as new information is always coming out.
Doug discusses pipeline agreements.
Discussion continued on pipeline agreements. Doug explains some of the circumstances a landowner may find themselves in, and lends his advice on what he feels the landowner should do to benefit his or her self.
Air date: May 4, 2014.
Discussion on amendment modifications to leases that are already in existence. Discussion on royalty checks. Doug reviews a royalty check from a client he has and shows how this person would be effected if the proposed Demchak Chesapeake settlement were to be passed.
Discussion continued on the Demchak Chesapeake proposed settlement. Doug discusses the details of the settlement, explaining how landowners would be effected if the settlement were to go through.
Doug continues to review the Demchak Chesapeake proposed settlement. Doug reviews a royalty check from a different client and explains how the deductions this client has experienced will be effected if the settlement passes.
Doug talks about his largest fears in regards to the proposed Demchak Chesapeake settlement, and how this settlement could negatively affect Pennsylvania landowners.
Doug also reviews a client’s royalty check with deductions who is leased to Chesapeake and hypothetically implements the clauses in the Demchak Chesapeake proposed settlement which detail the amount of money the landowner would receive back if the settlement was passed.
Air date: April 27, 2014.
Discussion on royalty deductions. Learn how your royalty checks may be affected by the Demchak Chesapeake case even if you are not leased with Chesapeake. Learn more on what will happen if the proposed settlement goes through. Also learn about the difference between post production costs and production costs, and how this effects your royalty checks.
Discussion continued on royalty checks and deductions. Further your understanding of attorney fees and understand that if you forgo the option of having a personal attorney, you may still have to pay attorney fees if the Demchak Chesapeake settlement goes through. Also listen as Doug explains how you may still be effected by the Demchak settlement if it were to go through, even if you have yet to receive your royalty checks.
Certain companies have listed possible costs of post-production on royalty checks. What does this mean? How may this effect you? Also remember that the proposed Demchak settlement will last for the lifetime of the lease if were to go through.
Discussion continued on Demchak Chesapeake settlement, learn how this case can dramatically affect your finances.
Air date: Sunday, April 20, 2014
Full show (1 hour) -
Do not trust news articles for all your gas related information. Many have misreported on issues such as the Demchak Chesapeake proposed settlement. In this segment Doug discusses the Demchak Chesapeake settlement.
Learn if your lease contains the, "Market Enhancement Clause," by sending your lease to Attorney Clark for a risk free no obligation review of your lease. Also in this segment Doug explains what the market enhancement clause entails.
Discussion continued on Demchak Chesapeake settlement. The settlement may apply to you even if you are not directly leased with Chesapeake.
Doug continues to go over the Demchak Chesapeake settlement and extensively covers the topic of attorney fees.
Page 3 of 32
Click to listen LIVESundays 8-9am EST!!