We Represent Landowners in All Aspects
of Oil and Gas Law
Oil and gas development can present unique and complex issues that can be intimidating and challenging. At Houston Harbaugh, our oil and gas practice is dedicated to protecting the interests of landowners and royalty owners. From new lease negotiations to title disputes to royalty litigation, we can help. Whether you have 2 acres in Washington County or 5,000 acres in Lycoming County, our dedication and commitment remains the same.
The Oil and Gas attorneys at Houston Harbaugh have broad experience in a wide array of oil and gas matters, and have made it their mission to protect and preserve the landowner’s interests in matters that include:
- New Lease Negotiations
- Pipeline Right-of-Way Negotiations
- Surface Access Agreements
- Royalty Audits
- Tax and Estate Planning
- Lease Expiration Claims
- Curative Title Litigation
- Water Contamination Claims
Land owner seeks compensation from EQT for sale of hydrocarbons
06.05.2018 | West Virginia Record | Samuel H. Simon mentioned as representative counsel
Is the Implied Covenant of Reasonable Development Irrelevant?
PA Law Weekly | 10.20.15
Landowners May Face Difficult Burden Regarding Intermingled Gas
PA Law Weekly | 08.11.15
A Possible Blueprint for Landowners Challenging Pipeline Companies
PA Law Weekly | 06.16.15
Not All is Quiet on the Quiet Title Front
PA Law Weekly | 02.09.15
Good News for Landowners Means Bad News for Trespassers
PA Law Weekly | 12.16.14
PUC Decision Suggests Pipeline Operator Has Public Utility Status
PA Law Weekly | 10.28.14
Pipeline Operators: Public Utility or Pipeline Futility
PA Law Weekly | 8.19.14
Superior Court Breathes New Life Into Guaranteed Minimum Royalty Act
PA Law Weekly | 2.25.14
The Status Quo Restored. The background of the decision that put the ‘Dunham Rule’ back in place.
The Pennsylvania Lawyer | September/October.13
Has Forced Pooling Come to Pennsylvania With SB 259?
PA Law Weekly | 10.13.13
Failure to Tender Production Royalty Did Not Trigger Forfeiture Clause
PA Law Weekly | 12.31.13
Is Pa. Becoming a First-Marketable-Product Jurisdiction?
PA Law Weekly | 10.15.13