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Saturday, October 3, 2009

PITT-BRADFORD MOVES LOCATION OF FREE OIL AND GAS SEMINAR SERIES

PITT-BRADFORD MOVES LOCATION OF FREE OIL AND GAS SEMINAR SERIES

BRADFORD, Pa. – Due to the popularity of the first seminar in a free series on oil and gas, the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has moved upcoming seminars to a larger location on campus.

The seminars, “Natural Gas Wells and Drinking Water” on Oct. 6 and “Marcellus Shale in Your Present and Future: Legal Issues for Landowners” on Nov. 3, will both take place from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Mukaiyama University Room in the Frame-Westerberg Commons. The seminars are presented by Pitt-Bradford’s Outreach Services.

“The great crowd we received for the first seminar in the series shows the public’s interest in and concerns about Marcellus Shale drilling,” said Ann Robinson, director of the Business Resource Center. “I’m glad that Outreach Services, working with partners such as Penn State University, is able to respond to this need and provide free educational opportunities in a timely manner.”

“Natural Gas Wells and Drinking Water,” will be presented by Penn State Cooperative Extension water resource specialists Bryan Swistock and Jim Clark. They will discuss water-quality impacts of gas and oil drilling and what homeowners need to know to monitor and protect their wells.

“Marcellus Shale in Your Present and Future: Legal Issues for Landowners,” will be presented by Ross H. Pifer, director of The Agricultural Law Resource & Reference Center at Penn State University, The Dickinson School of Law.

He will discuss how a natural gas lease agreement establishes a legal relationship between the landowner and the natural gas company whereby both parties receive certain benefits and incur certain obligations.

In addition to educating landowners on the meaning of common lease provisions, the program will discuss some of the legal issues that a landowner may face after the lease agreement has been signed. Examples of these post-execution legal issues are the gas company’s failure to make promised payments, the assignment of the lease agreement to a different company, or the causation of damages to the landowner’s property or to third parties by the drilling activities.

Those planning to attend any of the sessions are asked to make reservations by contacting Outreach Services at 1-800-872-1787 or reach@pitt.edu.

For disability-related needs, contact the Office of Disability Resources and Services at 814-362-7609 or arj4@pitt.edu.

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