• Attorney Doug Clark guest on WVIA's television program Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal October 10 and 14, 2012
    WVIA-TV’s Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal with guest Attorney Douglas A. Clark!
    As seen on: Wed. Oct 10, and Sun. Oct 14, 2012 at 4:00 pm on WVIA-TV. Now available: Watch the episode video ON DEMAND instantly,...

Attorney Douglas Clark uses his extensive negotiation experience and knowledge of Pennsylvania laws in negotiating Pipeline Easements with poweful addendum to insure the property owner maximizes the per foot, per rod, or per disturbed acre price of a proposed pipeline while strengthening the Pipeline Easement terms in favor of the property owner.

The experienced pipeline lawyer will negotiate addendum and exhibits to limit the company's current and future activities on the landowner's property. Attorney Clark will fight to strengthen the terms of the Pipeline Agreement in the landowner's favor.

Man and woman sitting by a small river running through their property.We recognize the importance of landowner's cherished property and handle Pipeline Easement negotiations with extreme care and are fully committed to protecting the property owner and future generations in the peaceful enjoyment of their land.

Do not repeat the unfortunate mistakes uninformed landowners made when signing non-negotiated oil and gas leases without necessary addendum. 

These potentially permanent Pipeline Easements are far too important to review and execute without the assistance of a qualified pipeline attorney.

We negotiate Pipeline Right-of-Way Agreements and Pipeline Easements with strong addendum for the protection of Pennsylvania landowners.


What is your primary reason for saying "no" to a Pipeline ROW?
The construction of pipelines is necessary in the development of Marcellus Shale, however many landowners understandably remain very hesitant to sign a Pipeline ROW or have completely said "no".
What is your primary reason for saying "no" to a Pipeline ROW?
Compensation - too low (18 votes)
Depletion of property value (12 votes)
ROW Agreement terms too heavily sided for company (7 votes)
Frustrated with price paid for gas lease and do not want to sign now and see the ROW price increase in the future (11 votes)

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