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Meetthenewfrackers.com Author Thomas R Clay on The Blaze Radio with Jacki Daily

Meetthenewfrackers.com Author Thomas R Clay on The Blaze Radio with Jacki Daily

Meetthenewfrackers.com latest book offers the solution to one of today’s biggest challenges. That, the shale energy revolution is changing so fast that it’s a serious challenge for landowners to educate themselves and understand how the drilling process and lower oil prices may affect their daily lives, their family and their property.

North Lawrence, OH, January 16, 2015 — Jacki Daily is the host of the Jacki Daily Show. She has had a impressive career in the energy industry, politics, and the law. She grew up in the Ohio River Valley, where the shale runs deep; Jacki comes from a long line of energy workers, including coal miners, railroaders, roughnecks, and nuclear energy specialists. The Jacki Daily Show airs weekly on Sunday 2 pm – 4pm EST, at TheBlaze.com/radio

Jacki’s latest guest this week, is Thomas R. Clay author of an Amazon #1 best seller “Meet The New Frackers: A Landowner’s Guide For Successfully Navigating the Fast Moving Shale Energy Boom.” Thomas grew up in the Oil and Gas Exploration Business and understands much of the science, language, business principles and market dynamics involved with this new energy revolution. He is living the landowners story deep in the Utica Shale in Ohio and has spent over 30 years living and working around a large farm and recreational business having many of the same concerns that you and your family have today. In other words, his family, like yours would like to experience the financial rewards of developing their minerals but wants to reduce or eliminate potential environmental issues if they can. Thomas R. Clay has taken his unique experiences as a landowner in the middle of shale boom area and combined it with industry insiders knowledge to create meetthenewfrackers.com and newfrackers.org.

Author Thomas R. Clay has a passion for technology, helping people and solving problems. His family has skin in this new shale energy revolution. Their family owned recreational business that hosts a water park, fishing lake and 100′s of camp sites would have a very difficult time surviving any significant spill, contamination or water shortage. At the same time, our family business could definitely benefit from the extra income that the Oil and Gas revolution in our area brings. Thomas believes that a balance can be found and families can experience the best of both worlds which is why he wrote “Meet The New Frackers: A Landowner’s Guide For Successfully Navigating the Fast Moving Shale Energy Boom.” started meetthenewfrackers.com, and the newfracker.org non profit organization. Thomas R Clay wrote the book “Meet The New Frackers: A Landowner’s Guide For Successfully Navigating the Fast Moving Shale Energy Boom.” because as he said “The Oil and Gas companies have experts on their team and so should the landowners. There is a shortage of qualified oil and gas attorneys and other specialists available to help landowners”.

Jacki discusses with Thomas R. Clay how in the book, a Amazon #1 Meet The New Frackers: A Landowner’s Guide For Successfully Navigating the Fast Moving Shale Energy Boom.” landowners will learn Strategies, Game Plans and a Step by Step Road Map so they can negotiate landowner and environmentally friendly oil and gas agreements. The book and related video series help “Level the Playing Field for Landowners” as Clay has said, so landowners can successfully address environmental issues, generate more income and live the dream life. This book focuses on helping landowners strike the perfect balance between their family’s financial needs, environmental concerns and oil and gas company resources.

“We believe in capitalizing off the Shale Energy Boom and using the extra income to Save the Farm and invest in your own health and wellness. Meetthenewfrackers.com and the Amazon #1 book Meet The New Frackers: A Landowner’s Guide For Successfully Navigating the Fast Moving Shale Energy Boom.” is educational, insightful and objective. It contains real stories and expert insight to give you the insider information that most don’t know about.” said Clay.

Founder of the nonprofit, The New Frackers Project, newfracker.org Thomas R. Clay discusses with Jacki Daily of The Jacki Daily Show some of the highlights and the 7 most important things landowners should know about the new Shale Energy Boom:

1. Know who owns the mineral rights to the property?
2. What do other family members want for the property?
3. Develop a strategy and game plan ahead of the request for lease rights.
4. Hire an experienced Oil and Gas Attorney, do your homework, ask about their area of expertise.
5. Become your own advocate. Study your area and become a student of the game.
6. Read your leases before signing.
7. Create a landowner and environmentally friendly lease.

Thomas R. Clay’s book Meet The New Frackers: A Landowner’s Guide For Successfully Navigating the Fast Moving Shale Energy Boom.” became an Amazon #1 best seller in less than week. Tune in to hear the entire interview with Thomas R. Clay on The Jacki Daily Sunday January 17th, 2015, 2 pm – 4pm EST, at TheBlaze.com/radio

Company Description:
Thomas R. Clay is the author of “Meet The New Frackers: A Landowner’s Guide For Successfully Navigating the Fast Moving Shale Energy Boom” and the founder of meetthenewfrackers.com and The New Frackers Project, newfracker.org an innovative project that’s educating and coaching Shale landowners.

Contact:
Thomas R. Clay
Meetthenewfrackers.com
North Lawrence, OH 44666
330 701 3921
media@meetthenewfrackers.com

http://www.meetthenewfrackers.com

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