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Eagle Ford Shale - Oil & Gas Discussion


Eagle Ford Shale - Oil & Gas Discussion

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

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Location: South Texas
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Eagleford Update

Started by John Sabia. Last reply by Rock Man Nov 13. 8 Replies

As a mineral owner in the Eagle Ford, Vine Royalty likes to stay up on trends and happenings in the shale. Below is a list of moves made by the big operators in the Eagle Ford. Let me know what…Continue

Keywords: Natural, Resources, shale, Pioneer, Noble

Lease-Option to Extend

Started by Betsy Thomas. Last reply by Charles Emery Tooke III Nov 12. 4 Replies

Our property in Burleson Co( G.B. Wrath, A-21) was leased in February of 2013 for $500 an acre for 3 years with an option to extend for $550 an acre for 2 more with 22.5% royalty (stated in the…Continue

Terminology Question

Started by Melissa Nelson. Last reply by Melissa Nelson Oct 24. 15 Replies

  What does the interest type UMI stand for?  Continue


Started by gabby. Last reply by john yertis Sep 5. 21 Replies

I am curious if any of you have heard of Delgado Leasing?  They approached us on leasing our property the lease we have not is with Geosouthern and comes to an end next March.  Any suggestions? Continue

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Comment by John Swicegood on May 21, 2014 at 3:03am

Does anyone know of any drilling activity in the A-120, A-235, A-245, Abstract 206, the R. Ferguson Survey, the D. Wickson Survey, Pendelton Rector Survey in Brazos County, thanks!

Comment by Wade Caldwell on May 20, 2014 at 8:31pm
Yes, Brazos is very active on leasing.
Comment by Rock Man on May 20, 2014 at 5:37pm

With respect to A-35 Survey in Brazos County, I wonder if you minerals are already in a production unit but you are not yet leased.

Some proven and active production here should dictate a good price / bonus for your acreage plus a good royalty (e.g. 25%)

Comment by Rock Man on May 20, 2014 at 5:35pm



Re: Survey A-35 in Brazos County

Did a quick search - very active area for recent Eagle Ford drilling by Halcon. Making over 20,000 BO per month for the survey.

Attached is map showing wells and then list of producing wells for this survey. Numbers on map match the last 5 numbers in the API designation.

Comment by Rose Marie Bredeson/R. Maniscalc on May 20, 2014 at 4:10pm

Own mineral rights  on 51.72 acres of land part of the W.S. Martin Survey, A-35 Brazos County, TX.  Would like to know if there is any activity of any kind or if there will be in the future. 

Comment by Brooks K. Tigner on April 25, 2014 at 9:25am

  I am a Forum (and complete O&G) newbie because I discovered only recently that long-deceased father left me 50-pc stand-alone mineral rights (no surface rights or ownership) on 100 acres in NW Walker County.  It was the approach of a landman in Feb. that alerted me to this, though his interest panned out (probably because his client opted for other tract of land, but what do I know?). I've since secured the certified rights.

If anyone could shed light here, I have Just two (probably breathtakingly naive) questions:

 1) Do mineral rights alone matter if the surface owner doesn't go along with drilling on his property?  Can the two parties work independently of one another or do they have to move in tandem vis-a-vis the O&G companies?

  2) How does one effectively advertise/make known one's available mineral rights for leasing/exploration?

   Many thanks in advance to whomever can lighten my ignorance here.

Comment by John Swicegood on April 24, 2014 at 1:06pm

Thanks Robert!

Comment by robert r garrison on April 24, 2014 at 12:48pm


To those interested, production from my well is following (almost exactly) the curve "original design" in the attachment.

Hope this helps anyone that follows this discussion. It looks to be a great planning tool.

Comment by Marcus T on April 21, 2014 at 3:01pm

In EOG's most recent earnings call they said that there were 6,000 drilling locations remaining on their EFS acreage and that each of those are pegged on a map, not derived from dividing total leasehold acres by 40, 80, etc.

Comment by Rock Man on April 21, 2014 at 2:44pm

It will be rare to see operators share any info with royalty owners aside from some very general info. Many times, operators will have groups approach their royalty interest owners to purchase those mineral rights - no way they want you knowing their "master plan".

And I am positive that EOG and other companies have a series of maps showing planned horizontals in any one area.


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