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Reeves County, TX - Oil & Gas Discussion


Reeves County, TX - Oil & Gas Discussion

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

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3-D Seismic Surveys

Started by David Smith. Last reply by Karla KP 7 hours ago. 2 Replies

We have received two different permit requests for 3-D Seismic Surveys. The offers are for $16 and $20 per acre. Property is Reeves County Block 50 & Block 49. I did a quick search and did not…Continue

Local activity

Started by Michael Smith. Last reply by K yesterday. 5 Replies

I just inherited some mineral rights in Reeves county. Not sure if I'm wanting to keep or sell them. I would like to know what is some recent activity going on out there. Good and/or bad.Continue

Do mineral rights include right of way too? Block 56 T3S Area

Started by John Florida. Last reply by Earl David Maxwell on Wednesday. 3 Replies

We have a small nma owenership in Reeves County Block 56 area and were recently contactedd by Andarko that they are preparing a ROW agreement for review. Is ROW included in mineral rights ownership…Continue

Section 36, block 56, township 3 S, T&P

Started by Duncan Fraiser. Last reply by Duncan Fraiser on Tuesday. 6 Replies

Anyone have any info on Apache well name LeeM1 and Lee 401AH on this section?Thanks. DuncanContinue

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Comment by Kathleen Leveroni 1 hour ago

What is the easiest way to see if permits have been obtained or if there is drilling in the area of property my family owns in Reeves Co.  We are in Section 14, Block 5.  I see that there are two permits there referred to as Iceman Unit, one being API#42-389-35915 and the other API# 42-389-35916.  I don't see an API for my property at all on my lease .

Comment by Clint Liles on May 17, 2017 at 2:39pm

M Smith,

I think you are referring to Railroad Commission Public GIS(Geographic Information System) Map Viewer:


Clint Liles

Comment by M Smith on May 17, 2017 at 1:51pm
What is the right link to the GPS map that shows the wells and breakdown of sections?
Comment by Stephen on May 17, 2017 at 11:05am

Hap, without a legal no one can help you.

Comment by Hap on May 17, 2017 at 10:07am

I have some open acreage in Reeves and western Ward and am weighing an offer.  If anyone here is interested in leasing the properties, please feel free to reach out.

Comment by Hector J Roman on May 16, 2017 at 10:43pm

Mr. M. Smith first of all I'm no expect just a mineral owner like you in Blk 4 Section 68 AB 1154. The only activity close to us is Section 66, A-414. It seems Colgate will be drilling or is drilling a horizontal well in this area.

Comment by M Smith on May 16, 2017 at 9:57pm
We have Mineral rights in Blk 4 Section 68. I assume this is close to the area you are referring to? Is there anything being done recently in the immediate area of Section 68?
Comment by Dusty on May 16, 2017 at 4:35pm

Full name is Silverback Big Fundamental 4-52.  It's in the south half Section 52, Blk 4, H&GN RR Co., 5 1/2 miles NW of Pecos.

Centennial Resources who recently bought Silverback seems real proud of it. In their earnings call the CEO Mark Papa said he consider it in the top 5% of horizontal wells drilled in Southern Reeves County based on BOPD per foot of lateral.

Comment by fred klein on May 16, 2017 at 2:30pm

Where is the Big Fundamental?

Thanks to everyone for all the great info.

Comment by Dusty on May 16, 2017 at 1:06pm

JM Wilson, if you are still looking for completion information on the Silverback Big Fundamental well here is what Centennial said in their May 10 earnings call

  There were a few standout wells completed during the quarter. The big fundamental 1H was the first well drilled and completed By Centennial on the recently acquired Silverback acreage. The well targeted the Wolfcamp Upper A reservoir had an effective lateral length of approximately 4,600 feet and was completed with £9.1 million of Proppant and 10 clusters per stage. While the IP30, 1,135 barrels of oil per day and 1,700 barrels well equivalent per day was an outstanding result the IP60 of 997 barrels of oil per day and 1,498 barrels of oil equivalent suggest this area will have a shallower decline and thus an increased rate of return versus what was originally anticipated.


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