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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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Reeves County TX Oil & Gas Permits

Started by Reagan "R.T." Dukes. Last reply by Clint Liles on Saturday. 473 Replies

Post, discuss and share information related to Reeves County Oil & Gas permits in the replies below.P.S. Thank you to Clint Liles for championing the effort to keep us all up to date. Continue

Lease rates and offers in Reeves County, TX

Started by Reagan "R.T." Dukes. Last reply by berrytc on Saturday. 718 Replies

Use this post to share and discuss your lease offers.  The more we know about what is being offered the better decisions we'll all make.  Share your bonus, royalty rate, and any other provisions you…Continue

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Affadavit of Heirship

Started by E M. Last reply by E M on Friday. 3 Replies

Hi, I am representing my family regarding the inheritance of nonparticipating mineral rights in Reeves County. When I spoke with the clerk's office, they told me that they cannot tell me what I need…Continue

map location in Reeves County

Started by James D Bruns. Last reply by Linton Tomlin on Friday. 17 Replies

Good morning, I am new to leasing. The legal description of w2-subd8-sec1-blk2. Is there a map to show the location? Thanks, JimContinue

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Comment by Clint Liles on Saturday
Comment by Clint Liles on Saturday

Thomas,

This link is to the 'New" GIS Map that we will be using.   It's supposed to be much easier to use.   The RR Commission is still working on it at this time for locating wells, Etc.   

http://wwwgisp.rrc.state.tx.us/GISViewer2/

Clint Liles

Comment by Thomas Beauchamp on Saturday

Do I read correctly that the Legacy GIS Viewer will NOT be available after early 2015?  How will we mineral owners be able to check on the drilling, permits, etc. on our mineral properties?

Comment by Ronnie McWilliams on Saturday
We want to lease acres in Reeves county
A. The 3 year lease is up December 1st 2014 as check for lease was received and chect cut December 1, 2011
B. My sister in law also has additional 15 acres I and she is next to my lease
C. I have 15 acres
a1411
section 20
c 17
D. First leased 5 years Petro Hunt
The current lease 3 years Keystone
That is info I have. I am assuming Keystone will not used options
as have not heard anything from them the Keystone . Do I assume to expect no activity on leasing these.
Comment by PHYLLIS TIMS on Saturday

Thanks Clint & Billy.  I have a call in to Penwell I am sure they can clear this up.  we have had some troubles in the past with companies sending our interests to other family members with a similar name. 

Comment by Clint Liles on Friday

Phyllis,

Even though the TXL 29 was a permitted location I'm not sure the well was ever drilled.   I see where another well was just permitted back in June 2014 for Block 54/Section 30/A-3763(Wiggins 54-30 1H).  As of now I don't see a spud date or completion report listed.

http://webapps2.rrc.state.tx.us/EWA/drillingPermitDetailAction.do?m...

GIS Map of Reeves County A-3763/Block 54T4/Section 30:

Clint Liles

Comment by Billy R. Simpson on Friday

Phyllis the RRC has a site that shows all wells and production reports.

Comment by PHYLLIS TIMS on Friday

while looking at the GSI map of  54 T4 sec 30 I noticed a permitted gas well from way back in 1998.  Penwell energy well name TXL 29.  We never had a lease with Penwell.  How can I find out if there was any production? 

Comment by Wade Meeker on Friday

spacing affects your NMA but has more to do with the actual land and physical placement. NMA is more about how much you will be paid and how much of your acreage is in a unit, whereas spacing determines how many wells an operator can put on a particular piece of property.

Comment by Susan Craig on Friday

Wade- Our preference would be to lease. That being said, we would entertain an offer to buy depending on the amt . Looking at $4000 an acre is way too low  for our desires.  That  number is closer to a good lease price. Also, I have read the discussion re  NMA  and drilling offsets. Does the spacing between wells have to do with NMA or actual land acres?   Thanks

 

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