Natural gas -- Law & legislation, Joint tenancy, Servitudes, Support Activities for Oil and Gas Operations, Natural Gas Distribution, Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas, Conventional oil and gas extraction, Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction, Petroleum industry -- Louisiana, Gas industry
The article analyzes Louisiana law regulating the circumstances under which oil and gas activities may be conducted on co-owned land or co-owned mineral servitudes. It examines Louisiana law concerning the rights and duties of co-owners generally and reflects on the enactment of the Louisiana Mineral Code in 1975 regulating oil and gas activities of the state.
Patrick S. Ottinger,
“Oil in the Family”: Obtaining the Requisite Consent to Conduct Operations on Co-owned Land or Mineral Servitudes,
73 La. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/lalrev/vol73/iss3/5