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Stephens County, OK - Oil & Gas Discussion


Stephens County, OK - Oil & Gas Discussion

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

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Warning! to all mineral rights owners Buyer Beware! of the Oil and Gas Con Men!

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Comment by Barbara Gilbert 2 hours ago

Linda, yes, my minerals were recently re-leased in section 16, 2N 5W.  If there's going to be a well there, does anyone know what it might be named?  (Are all wells named?) 

Comment by Linda Rigtracker 18 hours ago

Ryan...is that pooling hearing for section 34 2n4w?  Do you own minerals in that section? I'm sure we won't get those papers because we already have ours leased to Continental. We still didn't receive that map today. We don't have very much in that section but have more in 34 than any other so that's why I jokingly named it my "In My Dreams" well. Appreciate any additional information about it.

Comment by Ryan F. 18 hours ago

Force pooling hearing scheduled tomorrow at corp. commission

Comment by Ryan F. 19 hours ago

Received the map yesterday

Comment by Linda Rigtracker 20 hours ago

That makes sense M...thanks for explaining.

Ryan...when did you receive the map that shows the Mark well to go all the way through 34 and being padded in the SE corner of 22? I received the first one with our papers a couple of weeks ago but nothing since.

Comment by M Barnes 22 hours ago

The squiggly lines at the beginning of the wells are the "vertical" portion of the well.  They need to come off the well pad and then align in the preferred direction for the horizontal portion of the well.  They have to do that so they don't run into each other's boreholes, especially if sharing a pad.  Kind of like airplanes take off from a runway and then bank and turn into the proper direction for their flight. 

Comment by Linda Rigtracker yesterday

Sorry Barbara I meant were your minerals not leased in 16 2n5w not 34 2n4w?

Comment by Linda Rigtracker yesterday

I did notice on line tonight on the Stephen's Co. Records that there are two more oil and gas leases that were recorded in 34 2n4w just a couple of days ago so I guess they are still getting new leases even as they start drilling.

Comment by Linda Rigtracker yesterday

Barbara, are your minerals in 34 2n4w not leased at this time? You said some lease bonus money would be good right now but ours is already leased out to CR so we (husband and I) wouldn't be due any lease bonus money. We were kind of hoping they would wait to drill until next May 2017 so we could lease it out to them again but guess we can't have it both ways this time.

Comment by Linda Rigtracker yesterday

Ryan, I'm thinking on this new map the Hefner 1-34 was the vertical well they drilled on it in the late 70's which came in at very good 70 bbls. of oil per day.  We got 1 check for the first 4 months and then they plugged it.  Someone told us it was because it made too much salt water.  It just cost too much to have it hauled off at that time.  They didn't have all these disposal wells around then.

I'm thinking where the swiggley lines are is where the Yandell's are padded and run across 27.  The ones running across 22 would be the Honeycutts but I don't really understand why the new red line that puts the new Mark well to be drilled from the SW corner of 22 starts there because the rig is sit up on the NE corner of 27???? which is where the original papers said it would start and run across 27 and only about 33 1/3 across 34.  Gosh, I sure hope this last one is right but if so it's padded in the wrong section. Huh???


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