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Pud Puller left a comment for Bobi Carr ("parker")
"I would start with a CPA with expertise in the oil and gas industry. Remember, it is in the interest of the operator to charge you with every expense they can in order to push payout up. I don't really recommend being unleased myself; if you…"
Feb 19, 2010
Pud Puller and Bobi Carr ("parker") are now friends
Feb 19, 2010
Pud Puller replied to gardnhoser's discussion Most unleased acreage in a section being drilled
"Is the operator providing you with a monthly accounting of your share of well costs and expenses so you will be able to know when they have recouped their costs? Are you using an independent auditor to make sure costs are honestly documented?"
Feb 18, 2010
Pud Puller replied to Bill johnson's discussion old fields in the country
"Bill, About thirty years ago a company proposed to do "mining" of the Annona chalk formation in the caddo pine island field. They proposed to sink a sizeable shaft that would enable them to dig tunnels out in a radius pattern below the…"
Jan 14, 2010
Pud Puller replied to Henry's discussion Two Chesapeake Completions in Sabine Parish
"Why should they produce high rates of gas at below breakeven prices? The wells are on small chokes with very high pressures so they probably would produce more if opened up. They are doing the royalty owners a favor by waiting for higher gas prices…"
Dec 22, 2009
Pud Puller replied to Lee's discussion Selling water from a pond for fracing a well-anyone know the pitfalls?
"Sounds like free money to me. Spring fed, one rain and its full again. Duh!"
Dec 18, 2009
Pud Puller replied to Mac Davis's discussion Oil not peaking
"Conventional oil production peaked in 1972 in the U.S. This is wishful thinking; there is nothing "Scientific" about this article."
Sep 21, 2009
Pud Puller is now a member of Go Haynesville Shale: Leasing, Drilling and Mineral Rights
Jul 27, 2009

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