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Override Question
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I and some other family members are getting royalties from Haynesville Shale wells in Caddo Parish. This is through a lease we signed in 2017. We are getting division orders for an old lease that…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Jun 11.

Production Numbers in SONRIS vs. Vouchers
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I have been checking production values on my vouchers vs. those in SONRIS and there are differences. For example, I have interest in 4 wells in the same unit. Each month, SONRIS shows the same…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Jul 9, 2023.

Easements or Purchase for Pipelines
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What rates have been paid recently for pipeline easements or ROW purchase? My sister has been quoted a price per rod (16.5 feet I think).

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant May 3, 2023.

Pipeline Capacity Issues
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I have interest in Haynesville wells near Greenwood, LA. Four wells have been completed in Section 4, T16N, R16W. However, no production has been started to my knowledge. Based on what I can find…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rock Man Dec 3, 2022.

 

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William Arnold replied to William Arnold's discussion Override Question
"Thanks. Some of these Haynesville wells started production in 2019 and we are getting paid through the leases we signed in 2017."
Jun 11
William Arnold posted a discussion

Override Question

I and some other family members are getting royalties from Haynesville Shale wells in Caddo Parish. This is through a lease we signed in 2017. We are getting division orders for an old lease that dates to the 80's for an old oil well that has not had any production since April 2019. The unit includes some of the area also in the Haynesville Shale unit. I discussed this with the company sending the orders, I questioned whether the lease was still valid since there had not been any production in…See More
Jun 11
William Arnold replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion Global EV Outlook: IEA
"EV industry has a lot of work to do to win the US market. Better battery technology is one key. If these projections are to be realized here, some major upgrades to the electrical grid will be needed. I am not in the market at this point."
Apr 24
William Arnold replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion It’s never been cheaper to buy an EV. Here’s why.
"When better battery technology is available with longer mileage, longer life, and shorter charging times, then maybe. But charging stations have to be there to make out of town trips reasonable."
Mar 18
William Arnold replied to Chase's discussion CHK Press Release - Merger with SWN - 1/11/24
"See WSJ article on pressure on Biden Adm to restrict future exports of LNG."
Jan 12
William Arnold replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion I'm interested in your opinion: US was top LNG exporter in 2023 as hit record levels
"Things are so volatile in this industry. There are so many factors that can impact price. Barring some black swan event, what do you think will be the price range for natural gas the next five years?"
Jan 10
William Arnold replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion U.S. NATURAL GAS MONTHLY SETTLEMENT PRICE TRACKER
"How is the actual price per volume of gas per month at a well determined since the price varies from day to day?"
Oct 30, 2023
William Arnold replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion A battery built for satellites brings grid-scale storage down to Earth
"As I understand this technology, the batteries have a lot of advantages over lithium. However, a drawback is that they are substantially heavier than lithium types for the same output. So it seems a good option for storage for storage for the grid…"
Oct 9, 2023
William Arnold replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion High Nitrogen Permian Natural Gas a Problem for LNG
"Does the Haynesville gas have much nitrogen?"
Oct 1, 2023
William Arnold replied to William Arnold's discussion Production Numbers in SONRIS vs. Vouchers
"Thanks. I am aware of some of the corrections for temperature and pressure, but these differences are much larger than can be explained by that."
Jul 9, 2023
William Arnold replied to William Arnold's discussion Production Numbers in SONRIS vs. Vouchers
"Thanks, that helps explain. However, I have noticed in some cases, the numbers on the vouchers have not matched the Sonris number when I add them up . I will contact the producer for an explanation. "
Jul 8, 2023
William Arnold posted a discussion

Production Numbers in SONRIS vs. Vouchers

I have been checking production values on my vouchers vs. those in SONRIS and there are differences. For example, I have interest in 4 wells in the same unit. Each month, SONRIS shows the same production number for each well while the voucher shows that number split among the wells. In another case, 2 wells in the same unit show the same number and production is again split on the vouchers. I assume the production is gaged for the combination of wells going into the pipeline and the voucher…See More
Jul 8, 2023
William Arnold replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion Smackover Lithium Play - South Arkansas and East Texas
"Does the Haynesville Shale have lithium or does this just the Smackover have this?"
Jun 23, 2023
Two Dogs, Pirate replied to William Arnold's discussion Easements or Purchase for Pipelines
"Al pipelines aren't the same. A small feeder line would be less per rod than a large transmission line."
May 3, 2023
William Arnold posted a discussion

Easements or Purchase for Pipelines

What rates have been paid recently for pipeline easements or ROW purchase? My sister has been quoted a price per rod (16.5 feet I think).
May 2, 2023
Rock Man replied to William Arnold's discussion Pipeline Capacity Issues
"In a general sense, pipeline capacity in a high volume and active gas play like the Haynesville and/or Bossier is a huge issue. I know we have addressed this in other posting over the past 2-3 years. New pipelines with capacity to take gas to market…"
Dec 3, 2022

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