Landowners who leased their land in exchange for gas royalty
payments may be entitled to compensation for deductions in payments
and other damages.
Several energy companies are
currently facing allegations that they deliberately and
fraudulently underpaid gas royalties to leaseholders. Lawsuits have been filed against energy
companies in several states, including: Arkansas, Kansas,
Louisiana, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Texas. Chesapeake
Energy Corporation and QEP Energy Company are among the
companies that have recently faced legal action over underpaid gas
In a recent lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania
against Chesapeake Energy Corporation, it has been alleged that the
company is underpaying royalties to leaseholders by deducting the
price of pipelines, compressor stations and other costs associated
with moving the gas from the well to the market.
Berger & Montague has launched an investigation to
determine whether energy companies are engaging in practices
similar to those alleged by these lawsuits.
If you suspect that you have been underpaid on your gas
royalties, we would like to learn more about your experience. For
questions about these cases against energy companies, please
contact Shanon J. Carson at (215) 875-4656 or
by email at email@example.com. You may also
use the contact form on the right to share your situation with us
and discuss your legal rights.
Are you a current or former landowner who leased your land to
energy companies in exchange for oil and gas royalty payments?
Fill out the free case review form describing your
circumstances to find out if you have legal recourse to recover
Unpaid Oil and Gas Royalty Attorneys
Due to the number of complaints from landowners, our attorneys
are currently available to review claims from current and former
lessors who believe that an energy company did not pay all
royalties due under their lease. If you suspect that you have been
subject to these underpayments, complete our no cost, no obligation
case review form today. At no cost to you, our lawyers will
review your claim to determine if you can recover financial