Thanks for the info. I have not heard from or received a division order from Rebellion concerning my minerals in 24 6N 7W. Should I have heard something by now?
The Tyler 13-24 1XH is producing. It was spud on 9-7-17, but I do not have a first date of sales. I would give them a call and ask if when they are sending out division orders on it and what the first date of sales were. In April they were given permission to drill a new well called the Grant 0607 25-24. Hope they are both good producers for you!
We leased 11-6-7 not far from there. Last i heard from rebellion they had spud the well in April of this year and called the “Michael” well and were in the horizontal phase. After horizontal phase is complete, fracking starts. This usually takes 2-3 months. Once production begins, then division orders go out. Every well is different, I know, but I would have thought division orders would have gone out by now. Call rebellion and ask for an update. +1 (918) 779-3163.
Tyler 13-24 1XH … Active Date: 03/12/2018 … expect division orders late August, or early September.
The location of your 50 acres depends on whether you own an undivided 50-acre interest in the 100-acre tract. If yours is an undivided 50-acre interest, that means that you own a 50% interest in every single piece of land in the 100-acre tract. If what you own is not an undivided interest, then that means that you own a specific 50-acre tract located somewhere in the 100 acres.
The well was spud in sec 13, so you have to hunt for info on the OCC there. It is a two section horizontal well, so will probably take four-five months to drill and complete. You will not get a division order until about five months after first sales. Spud April 17, so maybe a DO January or Feb 2019.
If it’s okay, and if it’s not against the rules, can I post questions directly to you?? Anticipating that your answer will be yes, I have a question. Actually, I have a lot of them and this one is not related to the pdf you actually sent to me via this/your reply to me. Anyway…
We are absentee mineral owners in Grady county, OK. Given that, we were “force pooled”. We had no idea this was happening. And, in addition, it turns out that we did not receive any, as in none what so ever, due diligence from the oil operator. It also turns out, that we were assigned the minimum default royalty terms that according to the pooling order. The oil well is not on our acreage proper. So, we are receiving payments by virtue of being in the pooled “area”.
My question is, that since it has now been a little less than a handful of years since the pool became active, can we retroactively renegotiate “our” terms - not the other entities in the pool - within the pooling order?? If so, how would we begin that process??
Hard to answer exactly without the exact section, township and range. If you do not respond, then you are assigned the lowest pooling royalty and no, you cannot renegotiate except in very rare cases. Give me the S-T-R and I can do a bit of looking on the timing.
Thank you for taking the time with me. S-T-R: 36-7N-5W. HWY 39 is the northern boundary. I’ve done some research and things are on the uptick in the county in general.
The Green Acres #1-36H is a horizontal well drilled in the middle of the section back in 2014. Even if the surface location is not on your acreage, it holds your acreage because it was spaced at 640 acres. I am attaching a list of OCC cases that go back to 2013. You can go online at the OCC and look up all the documents, exhibits, etc.OAP Check your address on the 2013 pooling. I see your names, but are the addresses correct? That might have been the problem in them not finding you. It is your responsibility to file new addresses in the county clerk’s office. Anyway, looks like you are about to get four more wells!
|Cause#||Order Type||Applicant||Application Date||Hearing Date||Order Date||Continued Date||County||Legal||Area Affected||Status||Images||order#|
|201302009||Spacing||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||3/19/2013||4/8/2013||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Order Issued||Yes||611235|
|201302197||Pooling||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||3/25/2013||4/15/2013||5/20/2013||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Order Issued||Yes||611837|
|201302234||Location Exception||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||3/26/2013||8/15/2016||10/19/2016||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Order Issued||Yes||MULTIPLE|
|201401732||Pooling||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||3/11/2014||3/31/2014||4/29/2014||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Order Issued||Yes||624624|
|201502139||Pooling||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||5/4/2015||6/1/2015||7/13/2015||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Order Issued||Yes||643026|
|201900431||Location Exception||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||1/16/2019||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Pending||Yes|
|201900430||Horizontal||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||1/16/2019||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Pending||Yes|
|201900428||Horizontal||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||1/16/2019||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Pending||Yes|
|201900427||Location Exception||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||1/16/2019||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Pending||Yes|
|201900424||Horizontal||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||1/16/2019||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Pending||Yes|
|201900423||Increased Density||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||1/16/2019||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Pending||Yes|
|201900426||Horizontal||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||1/16/2019||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Pending||Yes|
|201900425||Location Exception||CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.||1/16/2019||Grady||S:36, T:7N, R:5W||ALL||Pending||Yes|
As always, awesome information! Your amazingness (real word??) is coming through loud and clear. And, I am certainly not trying to patronize you. I’m not the kinda guy that would do that (YUK! YUK!). But honestly, the reason I say this is due to this; I did not say anything to you about the recent(say, 10 days ago) 4 packets of information we received in the mail. They turned out to be a “Notice of Hearing” notification document from a law firm representing Continental Resources revealing the reasons behind the cause#. Without mentioning any of this, the cause#'s or any of this info to you, and only providing you our STR, you were able to match exactly the same cause#'s we had previously received in said mailings. I am learning all the time with your help thru this forum mechanism. I intend to get a lot more familiar with the OCC website.
An FYI about myself: Retired mind you…Journeyman IT professional, Network Engineer, Internal IT Operations Network Engineer, Senior Data Archivist, EDI Systems Architect, and a bunch of other stuff. I checked out your bio too. Wow! I am not worthy! I’m bowing right now.
I’m sure that the more I e-speak with you the better off my cohorts and me will be. Thanks again!!