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Grady County, OK - Oil & Gas Discussion

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

 

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Mineral Rights evaluation needed

Started by Terry Mullican Roblyer. Last reply by M Barnes 10 hours ago. 4 Replies

Section 32-10-7?? Any news?

Started by Douglas Plumley. Last reply by Lawrence Betche yesterday. 3 Replies

Our 7th "continuance" in a row!

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Any info on 2 7N-5W

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Comment by Michael Hutchison 2 hours ago

CLR Royalty Owners, when you look at the report posted below you might want to take note of the $59.6 mil litigation settlement.

Comment by Debra Cummings 6 hours ago

The Pyle 1-36-25XH finally came in in 25(36)-7-6 for 1812 boe per day.

That's a BIGGIE!

The Company recently completed the Pyle 1-36-25XH in the SCOOP Woodford oil window. The Pyle flowed at a 24-hour IP of 1,812 Boe with 81% of the production being crude oil from a 9,800-foot lateral.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/02/21/pr-newswire-continental-resources-r...

Comment by M Barnes 10 hours ago

Not so easy to find out which ones are yours without having a subscription service.  You should have a list of your wells from your check stubs. You can look up the well locations on the OCC.   You can use the Grady map attached and mark your sections of ownership in a color of your choice.  You can print the slide from the presentation and blow it up and match roughly the wells. 

Randall, not sure which presentation you are referring to.  In general, the companies have their acreage current as of the date of their presentation.  My former company always had their acreage in yellow. Other companies may use orange.  The map legend will tell you. 

Grady%20County%20Map.pdf

Comment by Robert Teeter 12 hours ago

Great info. Same question as Randall, can we find out which red dots are our wells?

Comment by Randall Mullican 14 hours ago

Amen, M. Barnes. Looks like the future for royalty owners will be good. Do you have the place to get the maps showing the yellow dots up to date?

Comment by M Barnes 14 hours ago

To paraphrase a different context, " if it is yellow, just stay mellow".  If the companies highlight their acreage on their maps and they post their plans in public with hundreds of planned well locations, I wouldn't sell unless I had to-at a very high price. 

Comment by Randall Mullican 15 hours ago

M Barnes, thanks for the info.    Randall

Comment by Sylvester W. Brock, Jr. 15 hours ago

Pat, Martha: Thanks a heap. Will take a while to read and understand it all.

Jim B

PS: good reason for us folks NOT to sell.

Comment by Pat L 18 hours ago
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