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Grady County, OK - Oil & Gas Discussion


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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Is any member dealing with Kalos Resources

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New Mineral Owner w/ questions

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Comment by Cynthia Atha 9 hours ago

Our lease on Section 14-9N-5W will expire soon.  What's the going rate for leasing in that area of Grady County?  

Comment by JW Anderson 11 hours ago

Carrie:  The Wampler well is based on a 640 acre spacing according to the well completion report, and if so, then you and anyone in that section should own rights to that well.

Comment by Carrie 12 hours ago

This feels like such a basic question but I'm trying to figure out wells. I recently discovered I own rights in 12-8N-8W (a scriveners error had it in 8N-7W). When I look that section up, it looks like there's a well there - Wampler (http://occpermit.com/WellBrowse/Webforms/WellInformation.aspx?ID=37...). The description of that well lists quarters CNE4 SW4. My rights are Lot 2, and SW4 NE4, and W2 SE4 NE4. Does that mean that well is located outside the area I own? Or do I have an interest in that well? Thanks y'all for always being so helpful!

Comment by MJ Justus 13 hours ago

M Denney, no address given on any record with the County or State of Oklahoma? Shouldn't there be something on file somewhere in old records? You need a place to start, even if it's from many years ago. Jim Smith is not a sufficiently unusual name.

Comment by m denney 18 hours ago

Question (possibly for Martha?) Our Father sold 5 acreas of min rights many, many years ago to a Jim Smith who no one has found. I dont really believe any of these companies have looked for him or his family as he must be deceased by now. Anyone have an idea on locating Jim A. Smith who was once in England (Ancestry.com or??) I'd like to try to recapture the acreage or, at least, advise his heirs of their $$ in escrow.

Comment by jerry sparks 21 hours ago

R Story.

have a application and then hearing order.

Comment by Gordon Lincoln Cummings on Wednesday

                Comment by Gordon Lincoln Cummings 49 minutes agoDelete Comment

Newfield is drilling seven wells on one section, 5-2-3, in Garvin County, which borders Grady County in the south.


I don't blame them for drilling 7 new wells because Newfield hit 2 wells in 6-2-3, the Williams 5 and 6, for 2505 bpd and 1778 bpd respectively, totaling over 4,000 bpd right next to 5-2-3.

Those 2 wells in one section in Garvin County were great, and justify the 7 new wells in one section next door,  but that could happen in Grady County too because I think Grady County is just a "good" as Garvin County for oil and gas production, if not better.

I know Continental hit the Trammel in 11-6-6 this year in Grady County for 1808 bpd and 2952 mcf gas, pretty close to the production in those big Garvin County wells.

There may be even bigger wells in Grady County that I don't know about so we should eventually get some of that "7 wells in one section" production too!

In North Dakota they've got 22 wells in one section.  See picture above.

http://www.kfyrtv.com/content/news/ND-oil-companies-using-multi-wel...And Continental has 25 wells in one section.

Regulators already have permitted a few larger multi-well pads, including one from Continental Resources that will have 25 wells on one location.


Comment by MJ Justus on Wednesday

TY, Lawrence

Comment by Jackie Neill on Wednesday

Thanks, Martha, that's close!  Will watch....

Comment by Lawrence Betche on Tuesday
Someone recently posted a comment about private equity money getting in the oil and gas business and thought today's article in Houston Chronicle might support that comment.


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