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Subsurface and surface easement

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wonderland Jun 13, 2011. 37 Replies

Eagle Ford Shale -  Dewitt County Having (2) wells on same pad.  Asking us to sign easement in order to enter through our land and collect oil on neighbors property.  Can't we included in that unit? …Continue

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At 3:53pm on June 21, 2011, TxsT said…

Jackie

We have a clause in our lease where we get $15,000 surface damage for every well drilled on our property. Nothing in the lease about a drilling pad for another property owners well in another unit. Purely economics on that issue I imagine. Where did you get the $30k and $50k per pad? Is that a Conoco offer?

Call me and we can discuss in more detail

 

 

At 11:55am on June 6, 2011, TxsT said…

How are you doing?

Long time no see

Hope all is well with you.

i have been following this Eagle Ford shale for 4-5 years now. I will be glad to help you and Terri any way I can.

Call me sometime - your dad has my number

 

later

T

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