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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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Stephens Co. Mineral Ownership Reports for sale

Started by Thomas Wyckham. Last reply by Mike Callis Jul 18. 19 Replies

Please contact me if you would like a list of the available mineral ownership reports we have for sections in Stephens County.  These are recently completed by veteran landmen.  The reports are…Continue

Keywords: Title, chain, Reports, Ownership, Minerals

Stephens County, OK - oil and gas discussion

Started by Kim Roberts. Last reply by Fred Emmer Jun 22. 5 Replies

We have just received an offer for our mineral rights we have inherited in section 11. I'm trying to figure out what a fair price would be before selling.  Any ideas? Continue

Stephens County Chit-Chat

Started by Rick Howell. Last reply by M Barnes Feb 29. 212 Replies

Discussion area of off-topic items not directly related to oil and gas issues.   Continue

Royalty Owner vs.Oil Company

Started by Val C Carter. Last reply by Val C Carter Dec 10, 2015. 2 Replies

Now that I have your attention thru the years we have not had any major complaints in dealing with the oil companies that we are associated with.  I have also found that sights like this has given…Continue

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Comment by M Barnes 16 hours ago

They will have to get an extension and pool again.  It has not spud.  There is no permit. 

Comment by Barbara Gilbert 16 hours ago

I believe that today is the deadline for spudding a well in Sec. 16, 2N, 5W, so if that has not occurred, there won't be a well at all unless they lease those mineral rights again.  Does anyone know if they have begun? 

Comment by Barbara Gilbert on Friday

We found out how to get the mineral deeds my dad left me into our names today.  We called one of the county clerks who suggested we call a title company, and we did.  With a final judgement of probate, we can simply send it, along with the original mineral deeds, to them, and they will make out new deeds for each county if everything is in order. Cost, for a simple transfer, is about $60 for each deed.   

Comment by Linda Rigtracker on July 20, 2016 at 9:44pm

Max...that wouldn't be me.  We leased ours out nearly 3 years ago the last time so I'm sure the bonuses were larger then (sorry to say).  Our Springer zone well was however the best one we have now.  Best Wishes for a good lease bonus!  

Comment by Max Reed on July 20, 2016 at 6:51pm
Does anyone happen to know in the Stephens county area what the bonus per acre is running just for a lease at shallower levels down to the springer formation?
Comment by Linda Rigtracker on July 20, 2016 at 3:05pm

Don...I'm like you I have heard of many people that said they didn't have a choice..that their computer automatically put Windows 10 without them trying to do it. 

Comment by Linda Rigtracker on July 20, 2016 at 2:58pm

lol Actually I asked my husband to upgrade mine to Windows 10 while they were letting us do that for free so in this case I guess I was the nutty one!  Thanks for the kind words though. I'll probably get it all figured out about the time they make a Windows 11 or whatever they skip to.  I wish I had some really good stuff to report on the SCOOP but truth is it's really slow around here.  I believe most of the action now has moved north to the STACK play up around Kingfisher and Blair Co.  Glad for those people but anxious for us to get some of it back down here too. Just from the little bit I'm hearing that will happen when oil gets to an average of about $55. again. 

Comment by Don Fry on July 20, 2016 at 11:00am

Linda: You provide a much needed and welcomed look at the SCOOP part of the oil patch.  I just want to assure you that the nut-behind-the-wheel is not you but it is Microsoft.  Your switch to Windows 10 provided the Nut.  It is like your previous Windows operating system you mastered and which did the job for you was like you were driving an automobile having its stearing, motor, brakes, and instruments replaced by a F-16 jet fighter control panel.  No warning no instructions and if you are like many millions of other users the W-10 system was forced onto your computer replacing your older, but still completely usefull operating system, by your unwitting answer to a trick question appearing on your screen.  Thank you Microsoft!

Comment by Linda Rigtracker on July 20, 2016 at 8:01am

               Comment by Linda Rigtracker just nowDelete Comment

I probably should have posted that information I just put on this forum to the Kingfisher group but thought some on here might be interested because some of you Lucky Dogs have mineral rights in this county and the STACK also. 

Comment by Linda Rigtracker on July 20, 2016 at 7:54am

My last post was copied from an email I received but due to my "nut behind the button" problem I had to copy and paste it this way instead of sending the link.  Guess I'm going to be forced into getting a new laptop as bad as I hate change!

 

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