Nacogdoches County


Nacogdoches County

All things pertaining to leasing, exploration and production in Nacogodoches County, Texas.

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TG Bailey #1H 4 Replies

Started by Ellis Sowell. Last reply by Rock Man Aug 15, 2014.

Nacogdoches Co. activity 57 Replies

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John reed survey 4 Replies

Started by 7524. Last reply by 7524 Oct 26, 2013.

ALERT: Take Action NOW to protect your mineral rights from forced pooling! 1 Reply

Started by intrepid. Last reply by intrepid Mar 10, 2013.

Missing Rig 9 Replies

Started by William Barnum. Last reply by reallyoldguy Feb 6, 2013.

J. L. Y'Barbo A-60 - Westerners DU 01H 5 Replies

Started by tad pole. Last reply by FXEF Dec 11, 2012.

EOG's Lease Proposal 43 Replies

Started by Elaine Callahan. Last reply by J B Nabors Oct 16, 2012.

Grizzlies DU #1H 55 Replies

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What's up at the permitted Grizzley SL sites @ 21 & 95? 3 Replies

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Longhorn DU 4 Replies

Started by Becky. Last reply by Becky Jul 5, 2012.

Primary lease term expired 8 Replies

Started by Doug Florence. Last reply by adubu Jun 30, 2012.

Cayenne GU #1 H 3 Replies

Started by Becky. Last reply by jffree1 May 25, 2012.

list of new wells IP for 2011 in Nacogdoches County 50 Replies

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EXCO Division Orders 32 Replies

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Comment by adubu on July 29, 2013 at 7:38

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Keith--- something wrong on your coordinates for they are not in NW part of county in Cushing but in the SE part in the Platt/Etoile North area which EOG has several good shale wells just to South of that area. What Survey are your minerals located in? How many net mineral acres your family have? Do you also own surface?

Comment by adubu on July 28, 2013 at 15:56
Keith --unforturely not much active in the area these days. As far as what to ask in lease there first has to be activity in leasing which today nothing going on. If you, your sister, and grandchildren are heirs of these mineral I assume deeds have been recorded in County Clerks office of records for this is way the Landsman will be able to locate owners of minerals if a operator has interest in area. With no activity it's fruitless to contact any company. If you are contacted one day about your minerals then ask lots of questions to landsman about who he leasing for and what Formation they interested in. Then get on line here with details -- read post about leasing -- there is lots of information on this site. For present just make sure mineral deeds filed for all owners in family and recorded for record . Hope this helps you for present time. The land rush of 2007/2008 is over and doubt we ever see anything like it in our life time again.
Comment by Keith Baldwin on July 28, 2013 at 15:20

I use to have a lease with Samson and my father took care of it up until he passed away. I called Samson and had everything switched over between my sister and I and his grandchildren after he passed. Since then the lease has expired and have heard nothing from them, and long lost the the name and number of the landman there, was Keith something. Should I call and pursue them for a new lease or contact another company with better chances of drilling? I'm in the far north western tip of Nacogdoches in the Sacul-Cushing area. Should I demand 1/4 or is 1/5 more the norms these days? How much per acre should I expect for just a lease? While we were with Samson another gas company laid a pipe line literally along the outside of our family fence line, I know I (or my father that is) missed an opportunity there. My place is at  31°47'27.30"N  94°52'57.68"W if that helps with which company I should go with.

Comment by Mary on July 23, 2013 at 15:47
Will do, thanks so much!
Comment by adubu on July 23, 2013 at 14:47
Mary---recommend you go to EOG web site royalty relation department and email them with all your information to confirm you are a NPRI and request complete data on well then if they reply you got in writing what's going on.
Comment by Mary on July 23, 2013 at 3:49
Any advice would be appreciated! I am an NPRI owner on Badders Family Unit, which has been producing since June, 2011. I signed a pooling agreement with EOG in May, 2010, but have not received any royalty payments from them despite being in contact with numerous (serial) landmen and EOG personnel over the past >3 years. I'm always told that "yes, it's coming veerryy soon". Should I give up or what? I feel like I'm being a nuisance.........
Comment by intrepid on March 10, 2013 at 8:39
All Texas land and mineral owners should check out

HB100 is a very bad bill for individual property owner rights in Texas. Oppose forced pooling! Contact the House Energy Resources Committee beforectheir vote on Wednesday 3-13 and ask each one to VOTE NO ON HB 100!
Comment by Donald Pearce on January 25, 2012 at 17:39

I just received my first royalty check from EOG and do not understand the production figures.  When I compare them with the figures reported to RRC they are not even close.  Should they not be the same or is there something else I need to understand about the reporting system?  This is my first royalty check ever and I sure have a lot to learn.  Help please.

Comment by HARTLAND on November 12, 2011 at 5:39

I have approx 53 acres in the James Windsor Survey area of Nacogdoches County (supposedly ontop of the Haynesville Shale) and another 1/6 part share of an 11 acre undivided tract (in same survey area).   What do I need to do to get them leased out?   Also, can anyone tell me what the going lease offers and royalty percentage offers are at this time?   

Comment by btj on June 7, 2011 at 10:58

Does anyone know if the Samson Michelle has been fracked yet, or if there's any way to find out? 




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