Energy and Natural Resources

Act 13 Ruling Could End Gas Well Impact Fees

, The Legal Intelligencer

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court's ruling striking down the uniform zoning ordinance provision of the Act 13 of 2012 amendments to the state Oil and Gas Act was widely considered a win for local governments, but another potential ramification of the ruling could put a damper on their victory celebration.

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    Burleson partner Michael Vennum remarks on Act 13 ruling ending gas well impact fees.

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