Fortunately, MIT is working on a suite of software applications that helps aggregate all the necessary information about land deals, along with input from citizens in the affected areas, in a clear, user-friendly format. The so-called Landman Report Card (LRC) will be the first program to be tested with landowners in Colorado and Ohio. MIT then hopes to extend the tests to New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia—states where the all-familiar “Drill, Baby, Drill” is drawing too close for comfort.
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