Skip to comments.Drilling boom creates long lines in West Virginia
Posted on 01/28/2013 5:05:15 AM PST by thackney
A natural gas drilling boom is creating long lines at the Tyler County Courthouse as companies seek to verify the titles of properties they are leasing.
The records room has a limited number of spaces, two of which are left open for local attorneys and residents who need to do business, County Commission President John Stender said.
That leaves oil and gas companies representatives jostling for a place in line.
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My buddy turned down a lease because the Environmentalists scared him. After actually doing some research, he said he regrets his decision. He could have retired.
That is sad he let other provide him with selected info instead of doing a bit of research himself.
My company had to have a large lease boundary in a podunk county in E. Ohio verified by a surveyor last year. He said the courthouse records room was so crowded that a makeshift room was opened up in the hallway and there were 15 minute time limits on use of the index books.
Don’t tell your buddy about this article:
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