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Antero Pieline

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Tax bills Tyler County

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Hadley Well

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Freeland unit

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Landman wants to buy oil, gas and minerals rights

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Tyler County online records

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Potential Tyler County Royalties

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Comment by Arnold L Stuart on July 28, 2014 at 2:28pm

Nancy: you are right, the permits that showed up today in the weekly report are the only one's that I have seen. I went to the Oil & Gas web site for permits, and it only shows what we see today on the weekly report. I know there will be more as I signed a modification to an old lease from them last month.Good things continue to happen in our neck of the woods.

Comment by Nancy Mosley on July 28, 2014 at 12:40pm

Yes I saw that Arnold. I don't remember Noble there until now, I am probably wrong.

Comment by Arnold L Stuart on July 28, 2014 at 12:23pm

Nancy: Noble is also active in Doddridge, Look at today's Weekly Report.

Comment by Nancy Mosley on July 28, 2014 at 12:13pm

Kyle, I think Noble is also active in Tyler.

Comment by Kyle Nuttall on July 28, 2014 at 11:39am

Aaron, I've had several clients get $4,000/acre for the bonus in Tyler County, and have recently had some people tell me they got $4,500/acre.  I'm now asking for $5,000/acre, and I think I'll get it.  When they make an offer, just say "no".  You'll be surprised how quickly they increase their offers.  Antero, Statoil, JayBee, are all active there.  There are one or two others that I can't bring to mind at the moment.  Antero and Statoil definitely want both Utica and Marcellus.  If you can get a formation lease or a Pugh clause, let us all know so that we know what they're willing to give in the future.  Royalty should start at 18% and go up.  I'm expecting a 20% lease for one of my clients any day now.  

Comment by Aaron on July 25, 2014 at 8:18am
Hey folks! I'm trying to find out what leases are going for in the Tyler county-middlebourne area? I have heard antero is active? Do they separate Marcellus and Utica? Any help would be great, esp bonus payment and royalty %. Thanks
Comment by Kyle Nuttall on July 15, 2014 at 12:07pm

flyingls - Nancy's right, as usual.  Also, they usually won't change the tax tickets until there is gas being produced.  They're so busy, and the taxes are so small, that it's just not worth their time.  As far as the actual ownership being reflected properly in the deed books, the company will help out with that to a certain extent, like Nancy said.  They'll put together Affidavits of Heirship as needed, and help get wills and things filed.

Comment by Nancy Mosley on July 11, 2014 at 1:05pm

Dave, If I understand the question and your spreadsheet, if the Mother left a will to all 5 children equally, then the other heirs probably have rights. If no will, I think under WV law all the children would inherit equally (I am not a lawyer).

If the oil / gas rights are not documented on a will that is not a problem. If Mother owned rights, and says all her property is to be inherited, then all of it is.

That is how I see it. You could ask the oil company what they know about it.

Comment by flyingls on July 9, 2014 at 7:46pm

Thank you Nancy

Comment by Nancy Mosley on July 9, 2014 at 7:29pm

flyingls, you should ask the company. I think they can do it or you can do it but you need to know how the title came from great-grandparents to you. If you have wills for everybody involved you can file them at the Tyler County courthouse. The probate clerk there can help you. But first you should ask the company. I don't think the cost is more than filing the appropriate copies of the wills, and death certificates. Otherwise things get more complicated.

 

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