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Our Gallatin County Illinois and Williamson County Illinois offices are in the heart of the Illinois Basin. The current oil boom has seen a large increase in leasing, exploration and drilling activity in southern Illinois. At Lawler Brown we represent many parts of the oil and gas transaction from large producers, to landowners and suppliers.
The Oil and Gas attorneys at Lawler Law handle many aspects of oil and gas law including:
- Lease acquisition for oil producers
- Lease review for surface and mineral owners
- Searching for lost mineral owners and heirs
- Title examination
- Sale/assignment of leases
- Oil and Gas liens
We look forward to helping you address and resolve your oil and gas law issues.
Contact our mineral rights attorneys at either of our law office in Williamson County, Illinois or Gallatin County Illinois.
The following links provide some useful information about Illinois oil and gas:
The Illinois State Geological Survey website has a wealth of information about Illinois Oil and Gas.
ISGS: Illinois Annual Oil Field Reports
ISGS: Database Query for Oil and Gas Permits
ISGS: Illinois interactive mapping of well and field data
ISGS: Other Publications
Illinois Revenue: Oil and Gas Production Assessment
For more information, please contact the oil and gas lawyers at Lawler Brown.
Lawler Brown has offices in Williamson County and Gallatin County to better serve ALL of southern Illinois.
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