Hi Keith. I do apologize from my previous post. I have been on your other sites and have learned so much from everyone!!! I just love what you have done. Yes, I have been in the Tyler County one and it is wonderful.
Thank you for the follow up. Happy 4th!
how does pooling work? if the well pad is in another pooling unit?
say thier is a well that has 3-4 650 acre pooling units in it and my unit only has 1 leg in it that is producing ,do i get payment from the 1 leg or do i get payment from all legs which are are producing from well pad ? i am confused on how this works ? thanks in advace .
Hi Keith,I need information about some land I get mineral rights from.now I don't get much,but how do I find out if Chesapeake is planning to go deeper in the Utica? The property is located on silver hill av wetzel county.thank you
Hi Keith Do you feel a 1.65 per mcf is right' that is what Rice is paying us. we went from 3.45 from Chesp on our last check from them. they sold our lease to rice in one month it dropped over 2.00 a mcf. and we were getting a little oil and LNG from Chesp. now Rice is saying its very dry now and not paying any thing on oil or NGL. Who sets the well head price any way. Rice took our unit over Aug. 1st of this yr. I wish Chesp. still had our lease bet you don't hear that much. thank you Jeff
Keith, in you September Weekly Shale you asked the question: Do you use an online portal to view your royalty income data?. This triggered my interest since I am in the process of adding CDEX electronic check data to my CDEX portal (SoftwareOK.net).
My long-term plan is to help interest owners identify Operators/Purchasers who are failing to pay the for all of the lease/well production. And I noticed that many of your posts cover this. Do you have any thoughts on what to look for when compare the electronic check data to electronic production data?
THis is a long comment I know, but I wanted to start the process basically to pick your brains on the subject.
Paul H. Dykes
keith if you can give me a call @210-269-5381 and walk me through the website of how people setup their discussions it would be great we have had two different oil companies call to enquire about our land.
Keith can you please give us a call at 740-249-5157, or let us know your phone number via email firstname.lastname@example.org -- that would be great. We live in southeastern Ohio and have a pending offer about land in Monongalia County, WV, and need to know who to talk to about it down there. We won't take much of your time. Appreciate your help. Dave and Amy McCualsky
What makes this site so great? Well, I think it's the fact that, quite frankly, we all have a lot at stake in this thing they call shale. But beyond that, this site is made up of individuals who have worked hard for that little yard we call home. Or, that farm on which blood, sweat and tears have fallen.[ Read More ]