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What to do When a Landowner Under a Wind Lease Wants to “Drill Baby Drill”?

October 11, 2022 (3 min read)

eWind leases have an interesting dichotomy with future oil and gas development. Often, if a property’s mineral interests have been severed, and/or a mineral lease is in place before a wind lease has been negotiated, a wind developer’s rights may be limited by the mineral lease. Find out how best to negotiate this trick scenario on behalf of your clients by watching our video on wind leases and oil and gas development.

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