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Leasing terms in Bienville Parish,LA
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Has anyone received any offers to drill for natural gas/minerals?  We received an offer to drill on 80 acres with a bonus of $1500/acre and 25% royalty for three years.  We currently receive royalty…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Jan 9.

 

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Clinton Dillard replied to Pat's discussion Leasing terms in Bienville Parish,LA
"What area of Bienville Parish is this? thanks"
Jan 9
Jay replied to Pat's discussion Leasing terms in Bienville Parish,LA
"The 25% royalty is good.  Bonus is probably in line with the prices of today.  Just don’t sign without an experienced O/G attorney drafting a no deduct lease.   Jay"
Jan 8
Pat replied to Pat's discussion New lease offers in Bienville Parish in the group Bienville Parish, LA
"Thank you Skip."
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New lease offers in Bienville Parish

Has anyone received any offers to drill for natural gas/minerals?  We received an offer to drill on 80 acres with a bonus of $1500/acre and 25% royalty for three years.  We currently receive royalty payments from other wells drilled on contiguous land that we own next to the 80 acres. So there are producing wells in the area, but we have not signed any new leases in 8 years and the terms back then were much lower. Any info would be much appreciated.See More
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All things, people, companies, places & geology related to the Haynesville Shale play in Bienville Parish.See More
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Leasing terms in Bienville Parish,LA

Has anyone received any offers to drill for natural gas/minerals?  We received an offer to drill on 80 acres with a bonus of $1500/acre and 25% royalty for three years.  We currently receive royalty payments from other wells drilled on contiguous land that we own next to the 80 acres. So there are producing wells in the area, but we have not signed any new leases in 8 years and the terms back then were much lower. Any info would be much appreciated.See More
Jan 8
Ajo Hebert commented on Pat's blog post Seismographic Survey from Global Geophysical Services
"This survey that global is doing, as well as other companies, is not as personal as Linda made it sound. Thats OK, it is not "our survey" The survey covers hundreds of square miles, your property just happens to be within the survey area.…"
Jan 22, 2010
Pat commented on Pat's blog post Seismographic Survey from Global Geophysical Services
"Thank you Linda. Would you or anyone else have any recommendations for attorneys in the area? I live in Chicago and the attorneys here are not experts in energy. We would like to hire someone who really understands this field and can advise us on…"
Jan 13, 2010
LSR commented on Pat's blog post Seismographic Survey from Global Geophysical Services
"We had our siesmographic survey done last year by Cajun Exploration for Chesepeake Production company. The normal fee that is paid after testing done is $25.00 an acre. You need to make sure that your paperworks states in the contract that is not…"
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Seismographic Survey from Global Geophysical Services

Has anyone been contacted from Global Geophysical Services for a seismographic survey? I've received a letter from them asking for permission to do this survey on our land, basically surface rights only for one year. They are offering $25 per acre and claim that there will not be any damage to the land, just 3.5" holes that they plan on filling when they are finished. Are there any negative consequences to signing this and does the compensation seem fair?
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Seismographic Survey from Global Geophysical Services

Has anyone been contacted from Global Geophysical Services for a seismographic survey? I've received a letter from them asking for permission to do this survey on our land, basically surface rights only for one year. They are offering $25 per acre and claim that there will not be any damage to the land, just 3.5" holes that they plan on filling when they are finished. Are there any negative consequences to signing this and does the compensation seem fair?

Posted on December 17, 2009 at 10:14am — 3 Comments

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At 1:07pm on December 17, 2009, Pat said…
Hello! I hope the site is a place for you to learn, network and contribute. My name is Keith and I started the site in June of 2008 to open up lines of communication between landowners. Since then, we have grown to over 10,000 members.

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