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Ward County, TX - Oil & Gas Discussion


Ward County, TX - Oil & Gas Discussion

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

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Ward County TX Oil & Gas Permits

Started by Dave Thompson. Last reply by Clint Liles 12 hours ago. 470 Replies

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

Block 1 section 28 Lot 17

Started by Carolyn Webb. Last reply by Brad Gregory 17 hours ago. 2 Replies

Do anyone know the price of surface  or mineral leases in that area. and what kind of activity if any is going on.Continue


Started by Linton Tomlin. Last reply by Carolyn Webb on Sunday. 89 Replies

I have a Ward County, Texas map on my wall, if you send me your block/section/survey, I'll take a picture and upload it here or send it to you at an e-mail address if you prefer.

Block 34, Section 137`

Started by Doug. Last reply by Doug Nov 1. 2 Replies

Does anyone know current leaee rates being offered for the above mentioned area?Continue

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Comment by Richard E Pillers 19 hours ago

not even close. its a sell all for me. no lease and no production land. got a nice offer to buy it all.

Comment by Wade Caldwell 19 hours ago


Check carefully. That sounds like a purchase offer.

Comment by Richard E Pillers on Monday

Wolfcamp asked-

"Does your lease call for a 25% landowner's royalty?"

It depends on the price of the lease. The lower the NMA $ the more per NMA royality. I'm not exposing this yet as I asked for a non 2 yr lease option. Awaiting his reply.

Comment by Richard E Pillers on Monday

For the caller at 432-296-.... please email any questions to me. Your name and company were garbled.

EMAIL PLEASE as I do not answer calls that do not have a name on my phone/

Comment by Richard E Pillers on Monday

Add block 34 to my section 213 in Ward county. I have 1/2 interest in my acreage. I understand the other 1/2 has been sold. There is another 15 acres held by the distant family of my step great grandmother, to my knowledge, living in Calif. Her name was Thelma Burke. Her deceased daughter was Anna. I do not know any more or the status of the land and mineral rights. Any information of this side of the family would be appreciated. Email please.

Comment by Richard E Pillers on Monday

My email is dpillers028@yahoo.com for any that wish to place an offer on my 7.5nma in Ward county, section 213. I have in hand an offer to lease or buy the minerals and land. I will review any offer submitted.

Wolfcamp, I'll have to look and reply. Its early here!

Part of the offer is unacceptable. The phone offer was for $8000 nma lease. The email and paper offer is for $7500 nma plus $500 per surface acre. i have scanned the offer and it has unacceptable terms to be addressed. The offer is primarily to buy vs lease.

Comment by Wolfcamp Shale on Monday

Richard, your lease offer is helpful information for the forum members to learn. Prices have gone up significantly in the last few months. Does your lease call for a 25% landowner's royalty?

Comment by Richard E Pillers on Sunday

Your correct Wolfcamp Shale on the block. Its 213. I have been contacted by Mountainlion oil and gas to lease my minerals at $8000 nma. I offered to sell the mineral rights and land if they were interested which they stated yes. I have the offer in hand but wanted to see what the going rate is now. Any replies are welcome.

Comment by Wolfcamp Shale on Sunday

Richard, I do not see a Block 231 in Ward County. I performed a quick search of the Ward County records and see where you obtained an interest in Section 213, Block 34. Could that be the interest you are referring to? Lease/purchase rates are impacted by a lot of factors. Your minerals are in a good area. Devon obtained a drilling permit on Section 213 in 2012, but it looks like they didn't proceed with drilling. I suspect you could easily lease this for a couple thousand per acre. My advice would be to lease before you consider selling. You might want to consider reaching out to one of the forum sponsors that could possibly help you find a company to lease the minerals. Best of luck! http://marketplace.mineralrightsforum.com/ad-category/minerals-mana...

Comment by Richard E Pillers on Sunday

Seeking the current lease rates for block 231? I have 7.5 ac of not leased and no production land. Also, what is the going rate for selling the minerals for the 7,5 nma?


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