How do I know what I own?
What are my mineral or surface rights worth?
How can I understand all of the oil industry terminology?
What happens when Stateside starts drilling?
When do I get paid?
What is your reclamation process for the land after you have drilled?
The land management team at Stateside has the experience to give you educated answers to all of these questions, and many more. We pride ourselves on excellent communication to keep you engaged and informed throughout the leasing process; to fully explain the terms of the deal; to be your hands-on guide. And our relationship does not end there. We value you as a true partner in the venture and give you the respect you deserve on a lasting basis. But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what valued partner John Novosel, of McKean County, has to say:
I have had mineral rights in my family for generations and took it upon myself to continue having the rights developed. After years of trying to develop a relationship with the right kind of company I found Statewide Energy and have been with them for three years. Leasing my mineral rights to Stateside was one of my better decisions in life. Results speak for themselves. In my first year of working with Stateside they drilled 12 wells. I started receiving revenue 90 days after the wells were completed. Stateside has never missed a payment. I rest easy knowing that the land I leased to Stateside will be handled as if I were handling it myself. They really care and have the utmost respect for it and the wildlife on it. If you are thinking of leasing your mineral rights, you should really speak with the folks at Stateside.”