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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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mineral rights information/producers

Started by Mick. Last reply by soonerpe yesterday. 1 Reply

We recently inherited some small mineral interests.   Some are under lease.   $$ is pretty small.  How do we find out who the producers are,  how much they are pumping, and to make sure we are…Continue

Stephens Co. Mineral Ownership Reports for sale

Started by Thomas Wyckham. Last reply by Mick on Wednesday. 12 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 Chit-Chat

Started by Rick Howell. Last reply by Kenneth Nov 20. 203 Replies

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

Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)

Started by Joyce Sills. Last reply by Jo Ann Salwei Sep 20. 15 Replies

I have noticed that some of you have your mineral rights in a LLC or other legal entity.  What were your reasons for doing so?Continue

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Comment by M Barnes 28 minutes ago

K Dawn, that is generally correct.  If the minerals are held by earlier continuing production, then the leasing and pooling may not apply.  Also, they don't always send DO for additional wells if fully contained within one section.  If it is a multi-unit, then each well may have it's own DO since the perforation percent may be different.

Comment by K Dawn Bauer 1 hour ago
Ms. Barnes & Ms. Rigtracker,
Thank you for the everything you guys do to keep us informed. We had an amazing Thanksgiving and I'm feeling pretty stuffed! Not that it stopped me from eating pie already this morning!

Back to our conversation. Here I go again assuming something. Can you please clarify? I thought that when an oil company wants to drill; they lease the land and then notify those who have an interest and then they force pool for those who they couldn't find. I thought the first step was leasing the land, next pooling, then division orders, then pay.

K Dawn
Comment by M Barnes 4 hours ago

Happy Thanksgiving to Forum Friends.  I am truly thankful for your insight, willingness to share and friendship out there in cyberland.  Safe travels to all and blessings to all of your families.  Remember the One who has blessed our families with the gift of stewardship over His resources. 

Comment by Linda Rigtracker 13 hours ago

Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving Day!  Full of Turkey and all the trimmings we're settled in for the night only to start it all over again tomorrow.  Guess we save a lot of money that way staying away from the Black Friday sales but it's not too good for the waistline..So much for the diet I've been on for the last month and a half.  Saturday I must get back on the wagon!  Blessings to you all and stay safe!

Comment by Michael Hutchison yesterday
Thanks Jen, wishing you a good Thanksgiving too!
Comment by Jennifer yesterday
Wishing Everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! I'm so grateful I found this wonderful forum. Special thanks to Rick, Hutch, Linda and M.Barnes and all the others who contribute to this amazing forum. You've all helped me so much. I'm so grateful!
Comment by M Barnes on Wednesday

K Dawn, If the pooling was for a particular zone, then you can lease above and below that zone-generally.  If you leased, then that is a different story.  Do you have the pooling order number?  The wording is critical.

Comment by K Dawn Bauer on Wednesday
M Barnes and everyone,
Hope all is well! I want to continue the previous conversation you were having with Karen S. After the pooling, even if it was years ago; and now your HBP; and the description on the lease specifies the formation is only at 5,500 ft.; can you lease the lower formations?
Comment by John Moseley on Tuesday
Gentry well was shut in 13 July through 26 October. Producing on a 28/64" choke for test.
Comment by John Moseley on Tuesday
Received checks from Chesapeake today for Fitzgerald Farms, LLC case. I am assuming all royalty owners in OK with Chesapeake shared in settlement.

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