Energy companies that are seeking to develop the potential for natural gas production of the Marcellus Shale formation typically hold lease on the mineral rights while contracting with service providers to manage the actual work on the ground. The development of the Marcellus Shale calls for many different types of service providers, including:

  • Well pad sites
  • Drilling companies
  • Water supplier
  • Stone supplier
  • Sand supplier
  • Waste management
  • Construction services
  • Transportation contracts

All of these companies need to work in unison. The energy companies themselves rely on master service providers to coordinate the efforts of all of these providers. The master service provider is bound by a master service agreement that outlines what work needs to be done, the compensation for that work and other issues. These parties can benefit from enlisting help from our master service agreements attorneys.

At Hoegen & Associates, P.C., our Pennsylvania lawyers have been helping clients successfully negotiate complex contracts since 1971. We understand the complex web of responsibilities and benefits that these agreements can create. We can help your company secure a master service agreement that respects the work you do and protects your interests. Should a dispute arise, our firm is comprised of highly capable attorneys.

Contact the Contractor/Subcontractor Agreement Attorneys of Hoegen & Associates, P.C.

If you need to establish a master service agreement or are dealing with a dispute arising from one, it is important that you have experienced guidance that understands what your goals are and that has the capacity to help you achieve those goals. Turn to the skilled and experienced master service agreements attorneys of Hoegen & Associates, P.C. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 570-704-5754, toll free at 888-352-4229 or simply contact us online.