David Smith
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David Smith's Discussions

Valuing Your Mineral Rights
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Bobi Carr ("parker") Apr 16, 2010.

Second Sectional Wells
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Parkdota Feb 18, 2010.

More Chesapeake Money Problems
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Started this discussion. Last reply by sesport Nov 28, 2008.

 

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At 18:11 on March 14, 2011, keb said…
David, i can't remember the comment i made or question i asked;only follow the comments made regarding issues on the site.  Can you refresh my memory? lol email keb911@hotmail.com
At 9:07 on June 10, 2009, The_Baron said…
Sorry David, I am not currently buying minerals or royalties in NW Louisiana.
At 8:34 on June 10, 2009, Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant said…
David. Yes, I believe I can help you with an offer for your minerals. If you will give me some basic information, I will give you a firm offer amount. I need the section-township-range and the lessor's legal name as it appears on the lease. Please contact me directly on my private email, skippeel@gmail.com, or by phone at 318-218-8323.
At 21:57 on December 11, 2008, Bobi Carr ("parker") said…
Hi David,

Yes they have are in the process of unitizing it right now. I've heard good things about JW Porter so I imagine that you will be well informed. Hopefully you are not leased to Cubic. Jay and many others are extremely disappointed with them.
At 16:32 on December 11, 2008, Bobi Carr ("parker") said…
Mine is in S. Bossier, a few miles from the Petrohawk wells. I have 280 and some other misc. tracts.
At 21:57 on November 25, 2008, Bobi Carr ("parker") said…
I remember your posting that you were an Appraiser. I thought there might be some sort of valuation process. I'm in the boat with you as far as being poor.
At 9:49 on November 25, 2008, Bobi Carr ("parker") said…
Hi David,

Have you done any of your spread sheets lately. I never could view the one you prepared in excel.

Have you seen the discussion about Chesapeake buying minerals thru M.C. Minerals for 16,000 to 22,000 per acre?

I am considering selling some of mine.

Do you still feel that each acre is worth $76,204 present value?

THANKS,
PARKER
At 16:01 on August 4, 2008, Bobi Carr ("parker") said…
Hi David,
Have you received any offers other than the $10,000. per acre?
At 15:32 on August 3, 2008, David Smith said…
Yes, the $76,204/acre is the present value of an acre under a 25% royalty lease to an owner (or buyer), assuming the well produces for 40 years in those amounts and at the prices indicated. If the well were to dry up after 35 years, then the present value would be $70,422/acre.
At 5:25 on August 2, 2008, David Smith said…
Les, I took that analysis out 30 years. Here's a 50-year scenario.GasLeases2.xls

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