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Comment by O&G Landman on August 31, 2008 at 12:17pm
extremely recently I have heard of appraisers estimating $6,500/ acre in San Augustine county!!
Comment by Lessor on August 30, 2008 at 7:41pm
I have mineral interests in San Augustine, Shelby, Nacogdoches, and other counties which I have inherited. I have been a landman for 27 years and counting and will help in any way I can. I can tell you it will be us against them at this point. Give me your feedback.
Comment by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) on August 29, 2008 at 9:36am
Somebody should post in the events on the main page.
Comment by jffree1 on August 27, 2008 at 5:07pm
Forgive me...I get excited.

Shalers, take EVERY opportunity to educate yourselves on the process that, hopefully, will put bonus money in your bank account and royalty checks in your mailbox.

This is one of those opportunites...
Comment by jffree1 on August 27, 2008 at 4:37pm
ETL...That meeting is a mineral rights seminar by Judon Fambrough of Tx A & M real estate dept.
It is Sept. 23 in San Augustine at the Livestock Arena.
Dinner at 6:00 $15.00 per head
Seminar at 7:00 FREE

I think those times are correct. If I find out different I will post it.
This seminar is a repeat of the one held in Center in July and should be very informative to those who have never been through the lease process, those who want to know more about how the lease companies put together a well unit & how royalties are figured or for those who want to go through the process without blinders on (trusting that the good old landman would never give them a BAD LEASE to sign).
And it will help clarify lease terms that everyone in this play needs to know about so they don't get stuck (HBP) in a lease that gives away the farm, the cow AND all the milk.
Comment by JWC on August 27, 2008 at 9:45am
Haven't heard of a meeting but it could come out in this weeks edition. Will look for it. Thanks for the update.
Comment by East Tex Landowner on August 27, 2008 at 8:35am
Has anyone heard of a planned meeting to be held on the 23d of Septemberf in San Augustine? The speaker is supposed to have a discussion which will help educate mineral owners about some of the items to watch for when negotiating a lease with oil & gas companies.

Aparently a notice appeared in the Sabine county newspaper but not in the San Augustine Tribune. It seems to me this meeting needs to be promoted.
Comment by farmbrad on August 26, 2008 at 6:14pm
Well, well, well...San Augustine County has rated an oil & gas discussion board. I knew my Grandfather left us his legacy with the family farm! It's just a matter of time before this Haynesville play busts wide open here. There's too many approved drilling permits, proven gas wells nearby, & $5000 offers floating around for this not to be real. To answer O&G Landman's question, $5000/25% is the highest I've heard. Good luck to all!
Comment by Sandstone on August 26, 2008 at 2:48pm
Before they get too interested in us, I believe they wanted to finish up leasing acres in Sabine Parish, LA in the sections they wanted to drill in - where they have the big bucks in bonus money and I think they completed those offers last Friday.
Comment by O&G Landman on August 26, 2008 at 9:39am
Lately I've heard of some people getting offers for $5,000/acre, but the companies are claiming that since it is unproven that they can't bump the price up anymore. Has anyone heard anything new? The Barnett is around $20-28 thou/acre for crossreferencing prices.
 

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