Mineral rights owners and Ms. Barnes,
In the last 9 months we’ve received 6 offers to purchase our mineral rights. The offers have been all over the map - very low to $9000 an acre. We will never sell. We inherited everything and we’re relatively young enough to wait and see, plus we have kids.
BP has contacted us and there’s a horizontal well starting in one section of what we own. We have contacted the attorney with BP and there have been many court docs sent to us. We’ve leased for many years with Charter Oak. There are two wells that are producing at very low rates - Smedley and Hansen Haven.
Our question is where do we acquire / find a map of the Woodford basin to understand where our mineral rights lie in relationship to this basin? Is there a map overlay Ms.Barnes that you are referencing (you mentioned you have identified the edges of your mineral rights in relationship to this basin). You mentioned all of this in response to someone’s else’s posting on this forum very recently and it caught our eye.
We’ve been is search of such a map online and have not found one - perhaps someone can help us out. We’d like to understand geologically where the basin is in relationship to our mineral rights.
We’d really appreciate any help with our attempts to acquire such a resource.
Our minerals rights are located at 6 - 6N - 2W and in 31 -7N - 2W . We own mineral rights on 240 acres in McClain County.
Thank you so much for any help.(Apologies for earlier mistype).