"Touché my friend. I concur. I couldn't have said it better.
My thought are ...times are tough. If some people ( like the old oxford lease people- they were paid 50 per acre) people took it..... and well you know the rest. I would like to…"
"Could be by now.
Evan.....let's get the dialog going.
The question is with oil tanking and oil & gas companies pulling back ...will they still offer 10K? Or will they buy in cheap and run with it later?"
I figured out how to send the pdf on this site, but I would still like to send you Colleen's emails. They pertain to the pdf, if you're interested. The emails, from Colleen, add more info on this subject.
Is this the site where I can scan and send you the recent info I got from the Recorder's office, from Colleen Wheatley, yesterday and today? It is a pdf and correspondence from Colleen. I don't know how to send a pdf/correspondence to you on this site. I can give you my word that after you give me your opinion of the situation, I will not use your e-mail address, again. My e-mail address is------- [email protected]
This pertains to K&R Conservation LLC's affidavit of abandonment, on our mineral rights, dated June 25, 2014. Filed originally, 2004.
How can they do this when we signed a lease and received our sign on bonus with Shell in 2011 and then was bought by AEU?
They are using Gregory W. Watts, from the same law group you used and suggested we use.
Hey Philip, it's Evan again.. You seem to be good at information.. Have you heard how the wells that were drilled along interstate 70 last winter did. We haven't heard anything about these wells. I think they drilled 4 laterals. No one has said anything just curious if there is a way to find out.. This is REAL close to me ( McClain unit), and we are curious as to if they were any good. It's also just a couple miles from the Shugert wells.. Thanks. Evan
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