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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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TxsT left a comment for jack
"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…"
Jun 21, 2011
jack left a comment for TxsT
"Good Morning Travis ---- can you give me some insight on what the going rate is for surface/subsurface damages per acre?  I have been told pads are 30k and a double pad is 50k....sound right?  Trying to negotiate surface and subsurface…"
Jun 21, 2011
Wonderland replied to jack's discussion Subsurface and surface easement
"No, our property is not in that area.  Ours is in Harrison County.  There was an existing well on the site in which we participated, but they expanded the pad to put this well in."
Jun 13, 2011
jack replied to jack's discussion Subsurface and surface easement
"Thank you for the information...very helpful.  Is your property located in Eagle Ford Shale?  Did they also put a well on your property on the same pad? "
Jun 13, 2011
Wonderland replied to jack's discussion Subsurface and surface easement
"Our family received surface damages for the pad plus an annual rental payment for as long as the well is there.  The rental payment goes up 15% every 5 years.  We also received payment for the subsurface easement under our land and surface…"
Jun 12, 2011
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Subsurface and surface easement

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?  We have no easement clause in lease agreement therefor that is why we are being asked ot sign the subsurface and surface easement.  Is the oil company trying to get us to sign in lieu of royalties from second well.  I hear that if the BHL is not on your land you can't be pooled in?  Any feedback or…See More
Jun 9, 2011
adubu replied to jack's discussion Subsurface and surface easement
"Joe---if you would not desire  a company to drill on your  property then that person must not own the minerals under lying the property. BTW you can not stop them have harvest of the minerals even if it means puting pad and rig…"
Jun 6, 2011
P.G. replied to jack's discussion Subsurface and surface easement
"No not going to find a cave..LOL! Just wouldn't want to have any surprises after signing on the dotted line..If future costs could happen, be better to get them addressed before agreeing to any contracts..  "
Jun 6, 2011
Joe Aldridge replied to jack's discussion Subsurface and surface easement
"PG, I have no idea. If you are that concerned then if I were you I would not lease or allow a company to even drill near my property. All I know is that according to my attorney with a good hold harmless clause it should  protect me. One that I…"
Jun 6, 2011
P.G. replied to jack's discussion Subsurface and surface easement
"Can you contract your liability away in Louisiana?"
Jun 6, 2011
Joe Aldridge replied to jack's discussion Subsurface and surface easement
"There should be a hold harmless in the lease and/or addendum. I would never sign a lease without one."
Jun 6, 2011
P.G. replied to jack's discussion Subsurface and surface easement
"What about the liability...what if some idiot kids sneak over the fence to take a dip in the frac pond and gets hurt? Insurance might be a nice thing to have if one owns the property... I saw a situation in Indiana where there was a asphalt/gravel…"
Jun 6, 2011
jack left a comment for TxsT
"Yes it has been a long time.   I have your number I just haven't had the chance to call.  I have been trying to educate myself, but just when you think you got it the terms change, etc....enough to drive you…"
Jun 6, 2011
Joe Aldridge replied to jack's discussion Subsurface and surface easement
"Nothing is going to happen to the property taxes. The company will be assessed the property tax on the well, well site and any production equipment. The land owner in not going to have to pay any property tax because of the drilling site or well."
Jun 6, 2011
TxsT left a comment for jack
"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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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?

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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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