"I have one good 18% lease with -0- deductions and a smaller 15% lease on 30 acres that deducts about 1.90 per 1000ft on Natural gas but not too much on the liquids. When gas was lower I owed them money on the 30 acres but now that prices have…"
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"EAP has been paying 1,000 per acre per year on the lease so if they are looking for a 2 year lease you should get $2,000 per acre and also push for 16 or 17% as they have been agreeing to that as well. Make sure you have the no cost royalty…"
"Not sure how you are looking at it but typically they deduct so much per 1,000 qft or so much per barrel etc...those costs stay pretty consistent but the prices they get for the product fluctuate greatly month to month, so the higher the…"
"I have one lease with market enhancement clause that I signed before I new what was going on, with the prices being low I get nothing in royalties due to all the deductions. I have another lease with the clause below with the same company and I…"
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"Buyers base the price on getting a 4-5 year return on investment so #1 they are not likely to chase land that will not be developed soon #2 you will never "make out" by selling your minerals in the long term. The only way it remotely makes…"
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