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BY MAX B. BAKER
maxbaker@star-telegram.com

FORT WORTH — Chesapeake Energy may face a class-action lawsuit that claims it has cheated North Texas landowners of at least $100 million by pumping gas from properties that had gone through foreclosure, invalidating the oil and gas leases. 743 more words

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Texas lawmaker to push bill on foreclosed gas leases | Business | Star-Telegram.com

Texas lawmaker to push bill on foreclosed gas leases | Business | Star-Telegram.com.

BY MAX B. BAKER

maxbaker@star-telegram.com

FORT WORTH — A state lawmaker plans to reintroduce a bill in next year’s legislative session designed to protect oil and gas drillers with invalidated leases snarled in foreclosure. 789 more words

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What exactly are minerals?

If you’re a mineral rights owner, the three most popular minerals to draw out are natural gas, oil, and coal. Natural gas, according to The Economic Times, is a mixture of gases that are naturally found in the atmosphere like methane, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide. 94 more words

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Mel Packer: Fighting the Frackers

On Nov 4, 2014, the town of Denton, TX, with 123,000 residents, situated in the middle of the Barnett Shale formation and one of the most heavily fracked areas of the nation, banned fracking by an overwhelming popular vote. 382 more words

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Fracking Serious? Denton Votes on Fracking Ban

DENTON-What’s the big fracking deal in Denton? The battle to frack or not to frack has made its way to the ballot box and NewsFix hit the polls to see what folks had to say. 184 more words

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Sow, Reap by Peter Gorman of the Fort Worth Weekly

“Chesapeake Energy and Range Resources, two major gas drillers that pretty much packed up and left Tarrant County once the Barnett Shale’s best days were gone, are in hot water in other parts of the country. 1,078 more words

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Top Chesapeake Royalty Trends

The first trend we will discuss is how small leaseholders are filing cases against Chesapeake operators.

“The Texas-based McDonald law firm has reportedly been retained by around 4,000 with the hope of 10,000 signing up by Christmas.

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