For one well like this, it is more on the $300 side.
You will have to contact the operator about getting into pay status. They will not contact you because they do not know about you. It is the mineral owners responsibility to do that. You will need the probate information to prove that you are the correct title holders now.
I use a subscription service where I can see all the production, but you can look it up on the OK tax site. It will give you the last 12 months of production. Gross Production
You can see other information about the well on the Oklahoma Corporation well records site. Test. Type in 3301N05W in the legal location box. Peggy 1-33H. The permit is Form 1000. The spud in 1001A. The completion report is 1002A. I am a geologist. I could tell from the report that with that flow rate, pressure and choke, it is a very good well. The production history has shown it to continue to flow nicely. Marathon’s address is on the completion report.
Since you are new to mineral ownership, start with reading the Mineral Help tab above. Read the topics in Stephens county so you get a feel for what is going on. Read the investor presentations for Marathon Oil, Newfield (now Encana), Continental Resources, etc. as they are the main players in your area. See what they are saying about future drilling plans. Please do not rush into a sale until you really understand the value of what you own. By then, you might want to hang onto it!