"I have some small amounts of acreage NE of those 9-9N-12W wells in 2-9N-12W now HBP by an encana/SWEPI well. I have no idea if the well is Bossier or Haynesville. At the time it was drilled, someone pretty…"
"I am not familiar with Mississippi, but in Louisiana, you can't keep the minerals but for 10 years after you dispose of the property unless it is maintained by production. After 10 years of no production, the minerals revert to the land…"
"Thanks for the info, Curious Will. My family has a similar situation. My grandfather bought up mineral right shares in the 1940s in E Texas, Louisiana and, apparently Mississippi and Arkansas, but we've never been able to track them down. Do…"
"Is there any hope for a collapsed or caved in well? One of our wells in Sabine Parish, the TJ Sistrunk #2 well S9 T9N R12W, caved in while in maybe only its 3rd month of production purportedly because of the of the Theresa Spears wells…"
"You are just in time to join the National Association of Royalty Owners www.naro-us.org and come to the national convention in Albuquerque in October. This is an excellent opportunity to network with other royalty owners across the country, many of…"
"If you know the county or counties involved, it might be worth contacting a land man to run a quick title search on the name of your grandfather in the counties of interest.
You had a reply from one land man. Another Good Land Man that I have…"
"Ok i figured out how to do this and have found that the bossier was identified around 10500 feet in southeast Desoto and Haynesville at 12500 feet. I am now wondering what the difference in economics would be by drilling 2000 feet shallower as…"
As exciting as this is, we know that we have a responsibility to do this thing correctly. After all, we want the farm to remain a place where the family can gather for another 80 years and beyond. This site was born out of these desires. Before we started this site, googling "shale' brought up little information. Certainly nothing that was useful as we negotiated a lease. Read More