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I've been a member of this site since 08 and remember the talk between then and 2010 and
how ELMGrove(S. Caddo) was one of the sweet spots in the play. Even containing at
one point the largest producing well a few years ago. Since then all of the action appears
to be in De Soto, Red River, and Holly. Does anyone know what went wrong? Is there
still potential in this area? And if so when? All of my families wells
are in T=16n R=13w. We have had at this…Continue
Posted on July 5, 2012 at 11:34
we own 62 acres in section 32, 17n-15w. It just produced and shows results for june and july.
With a one fourth agreement with chesapeake. Can someone look at the numbers and tell me what
to expect based on production as listed on sonris?
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John, at vertical Pugh clause is triggered at the end of the primary term of the lease. The standard language releases the rights below the deepest depth drilled or produced plus 100' at the expiration of the primary term. You are owed royalty on any and all production by EXCO in a unit including your mineral tract.
john, if you will give me your email, I will get someone to call you with a counter offer. Skip
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