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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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Section 8-4N-7W activity -- received lease offer

Started by Catherine Simpson Mitchell. Last reply by Clay yesterday. 9 Replies

Grady County Section 25-8N-5W

Started by Val C Carter on Thursday. 0 Replies

Lease offer in Section 31-9N-5W

Started by Lance B Davis. Last reply by Lance B Davis on Wednesday. 4 Replies

S35-4N-5W (E2 NE4)

Started by Alice Sue Wilson on Tuesday. 0 Replies

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Comment by M Barnes 1 hour ago

Jack the horizontal well has not been approved yet on 6-9N-7W,  Pooling not settled yet either.  The OCC website appears to be crashing for me, so I can't check if the well has actually spudded yet.  Occasionally that happens.

Anyone else getting massive failures on the OCC website?  I am on my main computer and not having any luck. 

Comment by Gordon Lincoln Cummings 1 hour ago

Looks like Oklahoma may dodge the Democrat sponsored oil and gas gross production tax increase, from 2% for the first 3 years and 5% thereafter, to 5% straight across.

Uh oh, maybe not.

Cuz it looks like a couple of Renegade Rino Rats (Republicans against Trump) are joining with the Democrats.

Two Tulsa-area Republicans say they are frustrated that the Legislature’s stalled special session isn’t moving ahead, and they say they are ready to vote for controversial changes to the state’s gross production tax if given the chance.......Rep. Carol Bush, a freshman Republican from Tulsa. “ ‘I’m not going to vote for this"....Rep. Dale Derby, a Republican from Owasso...said he doesn’t view raising revenue through changes in the gross production tax language as a tax increase......“From people I’ve talked to in the oil industry, it’s not going to stop them from expanding their drilling,” he said.


I wonder who in the "oil industry" he has been talking to cuz these "oil industry" leaders say it would be disastrous.

...the presidents of the Oklahoma Oil & Gas Association and Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association sent a letter to Gov Mary Fallin.

"OKOGA and OIPA are writing you today to make clear that we adamantly oppose a fourth round of tax increases on the oil and natural gas industry,


Probably the only "people in the oil industry" he has been talking to are the clerks down at the gas station.

Cuz the gross production tax increase would cost the oil companies $460 million per year.

showed the state was missing out on $460 million in revenue in the current fiscal year because of the 2 percent rate.


And at $10 million per well, that's $460 million that will not be spent on new wells each year.


 I believe that the overwhelming majority of decent Republicans will not listen listen to these very few Rino Republican Rats and will vote to protect the oil and gas industry in Oklahoma.

Cuz the oil and gas industry is the backbone of the Oklahoma economy and it's the back bone of Grady County.

And it's the backbone of Grady County mineral owners too!

Comment by Jeffrey Beunier 1 hour ago


sent the reg orders for that section - check your email

Comment by John Morgan 2 hours ago
Comment by Jeffrey Beunier 2 hours ago

I have to step out for a bit, but will pull the reg orders when I get back

Comment by John Morgan 3 hours ago
Okay Jeffrey -that's The Hot Ticket as a friend of mine would say.
A family member died a year ago and it came to light. He made the Discovery in 2011.
How do I do that search?
I will try and Friend You if this phone will co operate. Sometimes it works and some not .
Thanks John
Comment by Jeffrey Beunier 4 hours ago

John - you could look up the regulatory filings related to the section to see if your name is listed as a Respondent - check the pooling orders (if any)

Comment by John Morgan 4 hours ago
e Ballard 1-17H(CO1) and Schoof 1-17H

Additional information. .
Comment by John Morgan 4 hours ago
Can anyone tell me how last name Morgan is related to S17 7N 6W without me calling The OCC or Continental?
Thanks John
Comment by John Morgan 5 hours ago
Thanks Jeffrey.
Eva Graham at first came in with ~1,000,000 cubic feet of gas and ~50 BBL a day of oil.
As I recall and thought it looked promising. But never heard anymore.
Thanks for looking and for the map link.

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