Land procurement begins as part of the prospecting and site selection process in which we use publicly available data or prior experience to determine if there are any known impediments to securing the land. From there, we conduct initial meetings with local landowners, government officials, community representatives and residents to gauge community support. If these meetings are favorable, we generally negotiate and enter into land purchase agreements or land leases with landowners to secure rights to build on the site. In some instances we may enter into easements with landowners to obtain access to the Project site and/or to obtain rights to construct, operate and maintain collection systems and transmission lines on third-party property pursuant to which we may make a one-time payment to the landowner for such rights. Land procurement may involve negotiations with single or multiple landowners. The final step in this process is to obtain insurable title to the land in order to secure our construction financing.