"Larry, Sorry this answer has taken so long. I believe the land man for Carroll County is Todd McGinley His email address is [email protected] (The t is not capitalized, but I cannot get this iPad to stop).
If he is not the right person try Joy…"
"Larry, If you contact Chesapeake they will tell you if a well is planned. They do tend to change their mind about every 5 seconds, but @ least you know where you stand now. When I get home I will check my records because I use to have the name and e…"
Received paperwork from Chesapeake about testing my water.And it would be for a specific well pad. But no other info,like if I'm in a this unit,how many, acres,timelines or anything. So any info on the meaning of this and timelines would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
"Lol , the only thing I've seen is ran by the state wich is weeks if not months behind. But any info would be greatly appreciated. There is a nice spot in my back yard for something. Have a good day and thanks again for all your previous info"
As many secrets that leak in this country why is it we can't get a map of present and future wells, gas lines. So we all can see what our county will look like. And approximately when and where all the action will be taking place. Anybody help with this
"brian,how much did you recieve how do they pay for the frac pond at jim noble old farm you bought,do you have hookups or info you could share i would like to see if there interested in putting one on my property"
"A simple method of computation of expected royalty income follows:
Take the case of:
A) 28 acres in a 184 acre unit 12.5% = 28/184 * .125 = .019 net royalty interest
B) 84 acres in a 169 acre unit 17.5%. = 84/169 * .175 = …"
Did the oil company "bundle" you property w/ surrounding land. In the 1970's our family farm was"bundled" into a block w/ eight wells drilled upon it. Each farm received a % of royalties dependent upon # of acres. Your contract should say. Thus oil taken from neighbor, if the drilling goes onto his prop. is shared since it comes up through your prop. May I ask which Township you live? _ Denver
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