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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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ID who owns mineral rights

Started by Russell Russ. Last reply by Wade Caldwell 12 hours ago. 2 Replies

Is there an easy way to find out who owns mineral rights on property in Reeves County? Will any information at the Tax Appraiser's website or office have this information?Or is a Title Search…Continue

Legal Question. State Leases and the 100 Day Offset Requirement For Direct Offsets

Started by Stephen Long. Last reply by r w kennedy 13 hours ago. 7 Replies

We have royalty interests in a certain property that has two direct offset vertical wells of the east lease line and has a significant horizontal well off the north lease line that has now been…Continue

BHP Not Extending Blk. 71--Cimarex?

Started by Lori Hodge. Last reply by John Everett Fine 19 hours ago. 9 Replies

Hi all.  Long time member and lurker, but I don't post much.  Like many others, we leased to Petrohawk, now BHP, 3 years ago with a 2 yr. extension option which would be up at the end of this month. …Continue

Block location

Started by Barbara C. Mallette. Last reply by John Everett Fine yesterday. 6 Replies

I've been notified that I am heir to some net mineral acres in Reeves County, Texas, Block 56, PSL Survey, Sections 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20. Can anyone tell me where this is? Is there any activity?…Continue

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Comment by Dena Johnson 19 hours ago

I posted this in Upton County group, but it seems to be less active, any help is appreciated.

My uncle has minerals near McCamey. Is there any leasing in the area? If so, who is active and what is a reasonable bonus? He says he has been contacted, but has nothing in writing. He can't remember who contacted him.
Thanks
Dj

Comment by Marian Gage yesterday

Interesting comment re BHP from Richard below. I have a request. It was my folks and my intention to get to Pecos this year to change the mineral rights from my mother's name into the family trust. Recently my dad has begun to fail...so I know that some of you may be lawyers or know of resources that could help as we are in CA and Texas law is different. If you can help, please email me privately. THANK YOU!

Comment by Richard M. Helmey on Sunday
BHP has notified us that they will be excersizing the 2yr option on our parcels in Blk 56, sec 29 & 30. Still waiting for the check, but looks like it will happen. Talked to a friend in the business yesterday - curious why they would take a 2yr option unless they intended to drill in the next 2 yrs. He said that one reason is that they can claim the reserves on their financials even if they don't drill. Otherwise, doesn't seem to make sense to me. So, I suppose the good news is that they believe there are enough reserves to make the lease bonus worth it.
Comment by Ann Whitchurch on Sunday

Lynn, your explanation makes sense.  Guess I'm glad CWEI is still experimenting before they drill my minerals ;>)

Comment by Lynn Wood on Sunday

I am getting to hate spell check changing my words.

a million years ago,  not ahem

Comment by Lynn Wood on Sunday

Reply to Ann Whitchurch,

From what I have read about is that CWEI is a little ahead of everyone else in trying and developing new techniques.

They may have drilled the laterals to the take point and then pulverized the area about the take point before micro fracturing along the laterals.

Also, their techniques seem to involve a lot of good field work in assessing the actual and physical structure of the area they are drilling.

i had a minor in geology in college a million years ahem it would be very fun to talk to someone who actually is doing this work BUT I think we won't find out for a good while yet, because folks do have to hold some cards close to the chest to stay in the game.

But I really wish I could be a fly on the wall.

Comment by John Richardson on Sunday
Drilling has started in E/2 of Section 28 , block C-1
Tiger 28 Drilling
Comment by Buzz Van Meter on Saturday

PERMIAN BECOMING LARGEST US TIGHT OIL PLAY

~~ Tight oil production, spending in the area may surpass Eagle Ford, Bakken

            http://www.ogfj.com/articles/print/volume-11/issue-5/features/permi...

Later -- Buzz

Comment by Ann Whitchurch on July 13, 2014 at 3:33pm

Lynn, I looked at 2013 production......the well production doubled after 7 months.  Supposed they didn't frack it for a few months?

Comment by Lynn Wood on July 13, 2014 at 2:26pm

Typo!

Section 256 of Block 13

Sorry,

Lynn

 

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