While royalty owners welcome production royalties and the financial benefits that they bring, deciphering whether the oil and gas operator is complying with its lease requirements is often a difficult task. Royalty statements are often very confusing, and questions often arise about the values obtained for oil and gas sales as well as costs and fees that are deducted from the royalty. The oil and gas attorneys at Houston Harbaugh are familiar with these issues that royalty owners frequently experience and can assist you in making sure that you are being paid fairly under your contract.
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