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Coal County, OK - Oil & Gas Discussion

Oil & gas discussion group for those interested in Coal County, OK. Share your experience regarding lease bonus, royalty rates, drilling activity, and oil & gas news.

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Sec 28, Township 1S, Range 11 E (28/1S/11E)

Started by Bryan Oldham. Last reply by Bryan Oldham Aug 22. 2 Replies

Any activity going on in this area?Continue

decent lease offer??

Started by Robin J Amos. Last reply by clbrown Jul 26. 12 Replies

1-2N-8W and 2-2N-8W...each on a separate leaselease offer for each section--$350. per acre, 3/16th royalty, 3 yrs, (no 2yr extension)appreciate any inputContinue

Basic lease question

Started by David Hinchey. Last reply by Mary Butler Jun 24. 9 Replies

Hi!Is it best to lease to the operating oil company? Canyon is supposedly going to do a horizontal well and are not budging on their 3/16th offer. (2n-9e). Mineralmen Land Co has now come in with a…Continue

Newbie Needing Help regarding Leasing Mineral Rights

Started by Jaculin Owen. Last reply by Jaculin Owen Jun 14. 5 Replies

Inherited Mineral Rights in Coal County:Section 11-2N-8EHad several companies (Canyon Creek was one) contact us regarding leasing for horizontal drilling.I'm not sure what are fair terms and $ per…Continue

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Comment by Warren Yoder on August 26, 2017 at 11:31pm

Looking for information on Section 8-3N-11E Coal County, OK.

Comment by Diane Winters on August 15, 2017 at 7:39pm

M Barnes,

Thank you so much.  This forum is a great resource for folks like me who once in a while need reassuring by the knowledgeable members here.

Comment by M Barnes on August 15, 2017 at 7:07pm

Linda, pooling still pending on those sections.

Comment by M Barnes on August 15, 2017 at 6:59pm

Diane,

The OCC has rules in place to make sure wells don't drain each other.  That being said, the horizontal wells drain in a cigar like shape with the diameter of the cigar being something like 600', so the 4000' distance is unlikely to drain your well.  Operators are constantly doing tests to ascertain the distance between wells to get the optimal drainage without impacting the "well next door", so this is just a general guideline. 

Comment by R Story on August 15, 2017 at 3:24pm

An experienced imager would be cheaper than a landman unless you need them to actually chain the title forward to you. If you want, I can forward the name of an imager that has experience in tracking down deeds and putting together a chain of documents into a runsheet. If he is available it would save you a considerable amount.

Otherwise, I can forward the names of a few landman who would be willing to pick up the work.

Friend me on the forum and I will send you a message with their contact information.

Comment by larry ladd on August 15, 2017 at 2:02pm
Minerals rights in different sections inherent them from grandpa's will he died around 1954
Comment by R Story on August 15, 2017 at 1:36pm

What is the document you are seeking? If filed after August, 1992 you can find it on OKCounty records.

Comment by larry ladd on August 15, 2017 at 1:29pm
Does any one know a landman or someone that could do country record search for me in coal county Larry thanks
Comment by Diane Winters on August 11, 2017 at 3:54pm

Will a new well near ours jeopardize production from ours?

I have mineral rights involving 4 wells in Coal Co. Section 16 1N 10E from which I have been receiving royalties for several years.  A permit has just been issued to a different operator for Section 15 1N 10 E.  If the latitude and longitude figures of all these are correct, this new well is a little less than 4,000 ft. from one of ours.  Not knowing anything about oil/gas extraction, I'm wondering if this new well can draw any oil/gas sideways out my area.  If it matters, the new well is for Woodford 8200 ft, whereas ours are for Woodford 7700 ft and 7900 Ft.  Thanks.  Diane

Comment by Charles R Cline on April 24, 2017 at 11:19am

Any comment on Berlin's recent post??

anything happening Cunningham 1 H 20, coal co., Newfield??

 

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