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Weld County, CO - Oil & Gas Discussion

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

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Bill Barrett and Bonanza Creek leasing agents

Started by Tim. Last reply by michelle Smith Apr 18. 2 Replies

does anyone have contact info for leasing agents for either Bill Barrett corp or Bonanza Creek for Weld County?Continue

leasing in 6-6N-61W

Started by Tim. Last reply by Rachel Potter Apr 17. 1 Reply

what are the leasing pricing in Weld, 6-6N-61W?Continue

Weld Maps

Started by Tim. Last reply by Matt Sands Apr 7. 1 Reply

does anyone have links to section township range map for Weld?also a heat map of weld county, either by leasing, drilling or production?thank you!Continue

Mineral Rights Inheritance

Started by DKW. Last reply by DKW Mar 22. 7 Replies

Our parents, who have recently passed away, leased our mineral rights (in Range 61W; I had mentioned in a previous post Range 63W, that was an error )) to a major company a number of years ago, in…Continue

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Comment by sj on April 15, 2018 at 3:37pm

Tallgrass wants to run a 36 inch gas pipeline through my land. Does anyone know what the going rate for compensation would be? New to this! Thanks,

SJ

Comment by James S on March 11, 2018 at 3:20pm

Does anyone know what the lease offer should be for minerals in the n/2 of 4N-61W? Anyone  else been leased in the N/2 of the 4N township?

Thanks,

Comment by Allan Staker on February 19, 2018 at 9:46pm

Anyone know of new activity in 36-5N-66W??  Re-completions?  Deeper drilling?  New producing horizons?  New leasing?

Any idea of the value of royalty acres in the area?

Many thanks,

Allan

Comment by jay bates on January 22, 2018 at 4:36pm

Peggy Knudson, my brothers and I have mineral interests in Section 10 7n66w.  The drilling permits were approved in December.  The drilling permits for Section 1 7n66w were approved in February of last year for Great Western.  I was able to call the company that has an approved drilling permits for our mineral rights and got a date of when they are planning to drill.  You should do the same.  Just call Great Western's office and explain who you are and you should get the latest information.  By the way, we were least by Great Western before another company went to the state and got a drilling permit .  I called Great Western's office a few times and was able to get information from them before the drilling permits were approved. for another company. 

Comment by Linda Mercurio on January 22, 2018 at 2:10pm

No, it's someone else. We almost leased to EOG in 2011, but another company outbid them. Interesting that they have wells in those sections. I wonder if they are producing?

Comment by Nick Brower on January 22, 2018 at 2:04pm
Whoops getting used to working this, sorry for the typo. But it shows EOG seems to be the main one in that area. Is that who is wanting to lease it?
Comment by Nick Brower on January 22, 2018 at 2:00pm
Linda,

It looks like EOG Resources has a single well on each of those sections and there
Comment by Linda Mercurio on January 22, 2018 at 1:55pm

T10N, R66W, 6th P.M., Section 6; T10N, R67W, 6th P.M., Section 11

That's all the numbers.

Thank you so much for any info you have.

Comment by Nick Brower on January 22, 2018 at 1:36pm
Linda, 10N and what W?
Comment by Peggy Knudson on January 22, 2018 at 10:51am

Any idea what is or is not happening in 7N66W 6th pm Sec 1:NW4

Lots of offers to buy and we have been pooled.  Co WEbsite says drilling permits were pulled in 2017 - is there a way to determine what it's worth and if anything is going on?

 

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