Oil & Gas Surveying

An oil and gas survey marks the location of a proposed well site in relation to the unit lines or survey lines. This survey also shows the unit boundaries and the individual tracts included in the unit, and total unit acreage. A plat is prepared showing all required information needed to submit to the Railroad Commission of Texas for the necessary permits for drilling. Walker & Associates have completed many oil and gas surveys for large and small oil companies.

Pipeline Surveying

A pipeline ROW survey is surveying the location of the existing pipelines and other underground utilities that must be properly located for the construction of a new pipeline. From the initial planning survey until the as built survey is done, Walker & Associates should be your choice to survey your pipeline project. Over the past 30 years Walker and Associates have surveyed hundreds of miles of pipelines for most all of the Energy companies.

Boundary Surveying

A boundary survey determines the property lines of a parcel of land described in a deed. It will also indicate the extent of any easements or encroachments and may show the limitations imposed on the property by state or local regulations. A boundary survey can range from a small lot in a subdivision to a large ranch with thousands of acres. At Walker & Associates, our projects range in size but one thing we strive to do is rise above the rest is our turn-a-round time on our surveys. If you need it tomorrow, just tell us we will be honest and let you know if we can make that happen.

Easements

Easements are the right to use a piece of land without granting ownership. Although sometimes they may significantly affect the value of the land, in many cases easements are simply a fact of life, and there are many types of easements that you may not even know about even though you live with them every day. At Walker & Associates we write many types of easements that range from driveways to 50’ Utility Easements, they are all a little bit different and they all require different wording so both parties of the easement are protected.