While we encourage you to review the resources posted here if you are considering negotiating with a pipeline company, we strongly recommend that you do not sign anything that will obligate you or future generations of your family without legal counsel. The pipeline companies are in this to negotiate the best deal for them, not for you.
- Natural Gas Pipeline Right-of-Ways: Understanding Landowner Rights and Options – Penn State Extension
- Negotiating Pipeline Easements – Ohio State University Extension
- Natural Gas Pipeline Easement and Right-of-Way Agreements: A Landowner’s List of Terms to Negotiate – Eric Camp from Whitaker, Chalk, Swindle & Sawyer, LLP
- Pipeline Easement and Right-of-Way Agreements – A Landowner’s List of Terms to Negotiate – Mineral Rights Forum
- Some Things to Think About Before You Grant a Pipeline Easement – Kentucky Resources Council
- Read This Before You Sign That Pipeline Easement Agreement – Farm & Dairy
- What Land/Surface Owners Should Know When a Landman Shows Up and Wants an Easement/Right-of-Way to Put a Pipeline Across Your Land – West Virginia Surface Owners’ Rights Organization
- Grant Right-of-Way (ROW) Information for Pipelines, Power Lines, Etc. – Michigan State University Extension
- A Sampling of Considerations That May Be Included in a Pipeline Agreement or Addressed Within an Addendum – Penn State Extension
- 25 Things to Consider Before Signing a Pipeline Easement – Goldman & Braunstein, LLP
- Sample Right-of-Way Agreement – Pipeline Safety Trust
- Easement and Right of Way Agreement for Gas Pipeline – Michigan State University Extension
1 You should have any agreement you are considering reviewed by an attorney who has expertise in these matters in order to protect your personal interests.