Wichita County, TX - Oil & Gas Discussion archives

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Wichita County, TX oil & gas discussion group. Share your experience regarding lease bonus, royalty rates, drilling activity, and oil & gas news.

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Hi there! My family has just inherited 3 mineral rights properties in this county. Is there anything going on there as far as mining or oil in this area?

#3

Good morning Roy,

Do you have the Abstract and Section number of the mineral properties in question?

Clint Liles

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I can get them and get back to you. I wasn't sure where to start with this, as my aunt and uncle have been handling the details with a lawyer. I will post when I get the info from my Mom. Thanks for the response!

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Clint, I'm trying to get my Mom on here so she can ask/answer questions. I'm always busy at work and I don't have the info with me. You and others on here should hear from her soon, she will just be using my login if nobody objects.

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Roy,

That will be fine if your Mom want to use your login. And Welcome to Mineral Rights Forum. Lots of nice mineral/royalty/surface owners here to try to help her with her questions. We welcome her and your posts to the Forum.

Clint Liles


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Clint,Thank you so much for the welcome. I just showed Mom how to get on here using my bookmark. She will meet with my Uncle and put some questions together and post them.

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I'm trying to find out what the leasing rates are in Wichita County. A new company, SLANT Energy, wants to lease 374.62 acres of the old Munger Farms Land. Tract 1 is 140.80 acres (lots 9,10,11,12 in Block 24) and

Tract II is 233.82 acres (Part of Block 31)

The are talking of stripper wells, since these are old, established wells (5-10 BOPD)

Thanks for your help - I Iive in Alabama and have no idea what's happening in Texas except for what I read in the Mineral Rights Forum!

#9

Well, my Mom finally got a check from Urban Oil. I'm going to get the paperwork that came with it so I can start asking questions from you nice folks. Mostly, with Trump pushing for more fossil fuel energy, will oil drilling pick up in Texas?

#10

When I have new questions, should I click Add A Discussion so I don't get in the middle of Rena's? Is that how this works?

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Yes Roy…that Will be OK. Clint Liles

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Well, so far my Uncle's lawyer has answered all of their questions. The checks have been coming every month so I guess things are in order. I just thought I should follow up on my comments.

#13

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