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Kingfisher County, OK - Oil & Gas Discussion

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

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Kingfisher

Started by Clay. Last reply by Clay on Tuesday. 9 Replies

I have 169 NMA in 15n-7w 3/16. Need advice

Saving Horizontal well for future production S35-18N-05W

Started by Archie Smith. Last reply by Archie Smith Nov 10. 2 Replies

This horizontal well, Engle 18-05-35-1H, was dug but to date no form 1002a has been submitted.  Following a great suggestion from a fellow member of this group I did find on the FracFocus website…Continue

A Question About Newfield

Started by Marcie Williams. Last reply by Marcie Williams Nov 6. 26 Replies

I have a royalty interest in 25-16N-9W.  I have noticed that since Newfield purchased the two wells on that property that production has drastically decreased.  Is it true that the company has…Continue

21-T17N-R5 activity

Started by Tina Gentry Nov 6. 0 Replies

Hello. I have about 148 acres of mineral rights in Kingfisher county and have recently received a few offers that I'm looking into and considering. However, the sudden interest has led me to wonder…Continue

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Comment by Martha McMorries on October 5, 2017 at 4:09pm

Anthony, What is the legal description of your minerals and name of producing well?  All of producing formations have to be under the spacing order pertaining to your lease and covered by your lease for the company to hold your lease by production (HBP) and not allow another lease to be taken.

Comment by Anthony on October 5, 2017 at 3:09pm

Will companies lease even though the property was leased before and producing from that lease?

Comment by T Ramsey on October 2, 2017 at 8:27pm
Anyone know what is going on in sec 32-19N-8W? Have interest in minerals there?
Comment by don bernhardt on August 20, 2017 at 4:06pm

I have 17.7 acres mineral rights in sec 29-17N-9W kingfisher county and was wondering what kind of offers to sell have been recieved for this area and who might be buying? It has two producing wells on it, the biehler 1H-29X and an older vertical well, paying 1/8 royalty.

Comment by Patrick Folgers on August 13, 2017 at 12:20am

Anybody know whats going on in 18N-9W, I was force pooled by PayRock, then Marathon over a year ago and I think they let it expire. Ever going to get drilled?

Comment by JOHN MORAN on August 4, 2017 at 11:13am

Linda, M Barnes recommended Ryan. M Barnes is very helpful and as a geologist has given great advice to many people concerning mineral rights, etc. I think that Ryan is very reasonable but you'll have to talk cost with him because it depends on what you need. He's very knowledgeable about what you may need and it depends on how much time is estimated to do the work. The lawyers we had were on a separate matter and if you need a lawyer you basically just have to see what kind of agreement you can make with them so I can't really say much about that.

Comment by Linda on August 4, 2017 at 6:46am
Thank you John. How did you meet Ryan & was it expensive for him & the lawyer? Thanks
Comment by JOHN MORAN on August 4, 2017 at 12:26am

Linda, Ryan Story is independent, go here  www.mineralrightsforum.com/profile/RyanGStory?xg_source=profiles_me...  to contact him through this forum. I did deal with a lawyer there BUT Ryan may know someone better as the lawyer I used wasn't that great with oil matters.  Ryan can tell you what needs to be done if you contact him and tell him your situation, he is an expert. A search for the deed(s) only needs to be done once as far as I know. I think he can also tell you about selling if that's something you want to know about. Main thing is don't sign any papers until you have some good advice and you can get that from Ryan, also M Barnes. Hope that helps.

Comment by Linda on August 3, 2017 at 9:15pm
Thank you John. I just received 2 offers, one from BFC & another from Crestwood. They show different amounts of mineral acreage in my name. I have a stipulation that was filed in 2006 that looks like I have a lot more acres than they both found. One found 68 & the other 61 rounded.
Do you have the company Ryan works for? I need to find out for sure how much I have. Been receiving checks and never looked in to this before. Probably should have.
Also if I sell, do you have an attorney in okla that is recommended to further complete the deal? Would an attorney also need to do a title search after Ryan does? Thanks.
Comment by JOHN MORAN on August 3, 2017 at 8:57pm

Linda, I was in a similar situation as far as acres and other information goes. If you have a deed it should show the acres. In my case our parents misplaced the deed. I went through everything I could think up but finally had to hire a landman to go search the records to get the information (I'm in CA so have to get someone in Oklahoma). Just received the information so now, if I decide to sell, I know exactly what I have. If you have to go that route I would highly recommend Ryan Story, a real professional, no BS, he can estimate the cost. You can contact him via this site in the LANDMAN listing, he is HIGHLY recommended.

 

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