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Black Stone Minerals has made an offer of $3500 per net mineral acre to buy our minerals in the Huntington area.  Any thoughts?  Not really interested in selling but would be interested in negotiating a lease.  I would appreciate any thoughts anyone may have.

James Childress

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James the exporting of natural gas to Europe and Asia has started a flurry of drilling in the East Texas area.   The Cotton Valley Sand and Haynesville Shale are the 2 formations targeted.   I agree with your decision not to sell.

Clint Liles

Thank you for your reply Mr. Liles.  I must admit the amount of money is tempting, but I still feel leasing is the way to go. 

James

I will assume you know that there are more important things to signing a lease than just the $ sign.

But, in case you do  not ... here's a starter ...

Good luck,

Pat

Hi Ms. Malone,

When you mention “here’s a starter” was there more information following that? I’m viewing this on my phone and maybe it’s just not showing up. I have been through the lease process before but I can certainly use any advice anyone is willing to give.

Thanks,
James Childress

James, we do not have any minerals in Angelina County but we own timber land and for that reason we know other timber land owners who own land and minerals in Angelina County.  If you will look at the Texas RRC, BP is drilling wells in Angelina County and most of the units consist of a large amount of Blackstone minerals.  Several people have been contacted by a landman from Carthage representing Blackstone buying minerals in Anglelina County. There may be no correlation, but they were all made a similar offer. $3,500 per acre for unleased minerals east of Lufkin in areas which have not had much activity.  BP presently has two rigs in the area.  Good luck. Kathy

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