No, no and no…
There is no such thing as a standard Producers 88 lease even if it says so at the top. There are probably multiple clauses in that lease that are totally in the lessee’s favor and not in your favor.
You want your minerals and your surface on separate leases if possible.
Any legitimate offer will have a per acre price and the going rate is usually 25% in TX. There should be a per acre price and a bonus for the mineral lease and there should be separate compensation for a surface lease. Big red flags that this offer did not have those.
You absolutely need to be compensated for any surface damages. Good surface leases will protect you more than a simple blanket lease.
30 acres is actually quite a lot. In Texas, it makes sense to hire an oil and gas attorney because an attorney’s fee can be very small compared to the amount of money that you may lose on a bad lease.
If you are brand new, I suggest you read the Mineral Help at the top of the page. Read everything on the forum about your county and the surrounding counties near you. Read about leasing, surface issues, etc. Ask tons of questions, find out if there is drilling near you. Learn how to use the RRC database.
Don’t sign that lease. Every clause in there is negotiable and should be negotiated to be more in your favor. There are some attorneys listed in the directory above. Some of them may help you for a portion of the bonus so you won’t be out any up front money.
You might want to go to the University of Texas lands website and look at samples of their leases and compare to the one you have and you will probably notice quite a difference.