"Thanks Skip. I passed this message on to her and as it turns out she only has a little over 12 acres her part. We are next door with approx. 80 acres and my father-in-law in the H'ville Shale (very active) says we should try to get…"
"Not sure. My cousin said the guy's name was Mike Thomas and he's in the middle of having a baby so not able to get back to her promptly. He sent a letter for he could not reach her by phone. I'll ask and see if she…"
"Does anyone in St. Helena parish know the going rate for leasing? Had a couple of cousins
approached by Devon and they are only offering $250/acre 20% and 3 years. The 3 years
is OK, but the other two seem low. I've been…"
"Yes, Peggy is my father-in-law's baby sister. I passed this info on to my husband and we appreciate the valuable information for we did not know. Will let you know how this turns out and any future notifications. Thanks again!…"
"About this AIX Energy, my husband and his family own 160 acres near the AR border and we have received several letters from the lawyer concerning this. From our understanding, years ago this land was not divided properly and AIX is trying to…"
"All I have to say is he phoned me the second time while I was traveling and I was catching every third word because his cell was cutting out. I politely asked him to email me the information he was trying to convey. He agreed, and…"
"Well, received an email this afternoon from Andrew at Camellia Resources that they are no longer interested in leasing our land. Knew it had to be too good to be true at that price! There still was something strange about this young man…"
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Deceased father's land in Greensburg in St. Helena parish. Was contacted this week from an exploration company in Ft. Worth, TX where I happen to reside. Trying to get some information about what to expect with sign-on bonus and leasing. Husband's family lives in Haynesville, therefore involved with Haynesville Shale.
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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