Kyle Nuttall negotiates oil and gas leases and pipeline right of ways for West Virginia mineral and surface owners.
Mr. Nuttall graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2007. His first job out of law school was as a landman. He spent two years as an abstractor and two years as a curative landman. That experience provided a unique perspective on oil and gas that most attorneys who negotiate leases don’t have.
Mr. Nuttall has negotiated dozens of leases and dealt with most of the major developers and lease brokers in this area. Because of the large volume of leases he deals with he knows the going rate for bonuses and royalties in the different counties and can help you know what clauses and terms you are likely to be able to negotiate with the particular company you are negotiating with.
You can call Nuttall Legal at 304-473-1403 to set up an appointment to discuss your lease with Mr. Nuttall.
DISCLAIMER: This website will supply general and specific information about oil and gas law but it is for informational purposes only. Each oil and gas company puts unique language in its own lease, and the advice given here will not substitute for hiring a lawyer to review the lease that has been offered to you. This does not create an attorney-client relationship and is not meant to constitute legal advice for your specific situation. The good news is we’re not billing you by the hour for reading this. The bad news is that you shouldn’t act on any of this advice or information without consulting a West Virginia licensed attorney who practices in oil and gas a lot and who will, probably, bill you by the hour.