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Leasing activity in eastern Angelina County near Zavalla? 15 Replies

Started by Milton Hawkins. Last reply by EastTexasFarmer Nov 25, 2023.

Aethon sending out checks 1 Reply

Started by Sod Holder. Last reply by EastTexasFarmer Dec 6, 2020.

Aethon Energy Operating LLC - Apato and Brachi Units (New Development) 1 Reply

Started by EastTexasFarmer. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Oct 7, 2020.

Aethon/Black Stone Development Agreement In Angelina 5 Replies

Started by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant. Last reply by Rock Man Aug 6, 2020.

Anyone have info on drilling to monitor gas pressure away from actual well? 5 Replies

Started by Sod Holder. Last reply by Sod Holder Jan 5, 2019.

BP Well Status - Angelina County, 8-28-18 30 Replies

Started by jffree1. Last reply by jffree1 Dec 12, 2018.

Observations of Current Leasing in north Angelina County, TX 19 Replies

Started by Mike R. Last reply by EastTexasFarmer Aug 1, 2018.

Angelina Completions (April 15)

Started by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) Apr 13, 2018.

BP America Trex Gas Unit #1H (north Angelina County) 4 Replies

Started by Mike R. Last reply by jffree1 Jul 30, 2016.

Black Stone Minerals / Cortez Resources - Updated Leasing 7 Replies

Started by Mike R. Last reply by Mike R Jun 19, 2016.


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Comment by EastTexasFarmer on May 7, 2022 at 8:31

The Haynesville formation thins out as you progress into south Angelina County and isn't prospective. The nearest prospective area going further south is mid-Tyler County where Black Stone Minerals is attempting to attract drilling interest in the Austin Chalk formation using improved hydraulic fracturing methods. Their area of interest is in the Brookeland Field where they have a substantial mineral ownership (derived from the W.T. Carter Lumber Company heirs who established Black Stone Minerals).

Regarding Survey A-19, there’s been legacy interest in the Manning Sands but the test production wasn’t sufficient for any commercial development. My opinion.

Comment by Rock Man on April 20, 2022 at 7:00

Survey A-19 in an area of the county will historically no production. Not anywhere near of the core area of the horizontal drilling (centered in northern part of the county)

Comment by Drew Carlton on December 8, 2014 at 16:46
Recently leased my land on the John D. Windham survey in trinity county. 7 miles south of Leor Forestar #1. It was leased back in 2009 and expired. Is there any new action somewhere?
Comment by adubu on January 23, 2014 at 16:54

Ryan--agree with Mike R-- have good attorney assit with writing and review lease-- with 90 acres net mineral it's worth every dollar in fee. Although would request what his fee is up front. The  Bonus depends on what going on in area / your main money in ground and you have to have some one drill it to get the money. Find out who operator is before signing would not sign with some people like CHK, etc  Nice to have90 acres net minerals in a possible producing zone :-) 

Comment by Ryan Mott Oliver on January 22, 2014 at 4:19
Actually 1/5 correction on royalty. Seeing if fair market value.
Comment by adubu on January 22, 2014 at 0:58
Ryan Mott Oliver---- is that a typo I hope never seen a lease offer of only 5% royalty if so answer is NO and in today's time no reason to ever give a 5 year term lease the maximum three year with or without two year option . Are you sure it may be 25%
Comment by Ryan Mott Oliver on January 21, 2014 at 19:39
New Lease Offer
I have been offered $300 per min acres at 5% royalty for 5 yr lease in Lufkin No Option. Is this fair market value for shale?
Comment by Ryan Mott Oliver on March 26, 2013 at 4:39
Any new drilling or leasing news for Chandler Johnson southern Angelina County? I saw that the national infrastructure is being built by the Chinese which should help jump start things.
Comment by dbob on July 26, 2012 at 12:55

Devon applied for a permit for  Jame Lime Horizontal 8 miles NE of Lufkin

Comment by Ryan Mott Oliver on July 7, 2012 at 6:02
I heard that where Angelina County thins out there might be some shale play in
Bossier Sand? We had leases in past at Chandler Johnson A-19 with regular oil wells drilled and that shale might be easier to reach than deeper drilling planned in the future when cost effective!!

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