Not complaining, but any idea why my check is so much more for this particular well this month?  I went on Sonris, but I am not sure where to look.  It is a significant difference, and I was just curious why.  

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I suspect that the reason is related to these three new wells which were recently turned to sales in late November.  Congratulations.

240215

HA RA SUEE;ROLLERT 23-12-13 H

001

8996

C441

16

252685

HA RA SUEE;PORTER23&14-12-13HC

001-ALT

8996

C441

16

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HA RA SUEE;PORTER23&14-12-13HC

002-ALT

8996

C441

16

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HA RA SUEE;PORTER23&14-12-13HC

003-ALT

8996

C441

16

But, why would the production $ go up for Roller? 

Forget the well names.  Wells are named for the surface owner of the well site.  Look instead at the unit designation, HA RA SUEE.  Rollert is the original unit well and the three Porter wells are alternate unit wells.  In this case the first unit that the perforated lateral penetrates is Section 23 so although there are two units, SUEE is listed for the well names.  A mineral lessor in Section 23 would only receive royalty on production from the linear feet of lateral in that section for the three new wells, not that in Section 14.

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