in 2014 I sold a property for $1.1 million covering 600 acres in Harris County Texas near lake Houston consisted of 3 wells from one drill pad. Data sent to Energynet included a source deed, division order, most recent copies of…"
Looking through a Blackstone Minerals presentation I noticed their interest in the Shelby Trough. If I looked correctly San Augustine in the the Core BSM Shelby Trough acreage. Can someone explain the Shelby Trough? See More
"If anyone is interested in selling now or the future I recommend using Energynet or an online company because the asset will be exposed to thousands of experienced bidders and it only takes 2 to really want it .. I have experience from decades…"
"Would be interesting to know where Bill R is located compared to us Mr. Sunday. It seems he got offered 18,000.00 per mineral acre and you and I are very close to each other near 1277 off 1196 and we were only offered 7,500.00. …"
"I was just going to reply that I located it. Thank you very much for your reply... looks like our holding lie spread throughout the trough with the vast majority of leased in the Northwest to Central sections."
We did a deal with Cabot for all our family holdings in the county when they wanted some closer to town. This was about 2 months before the "rush" two years ago. We do not have all the minerals under that tract.
When are they going to rebuild the bridge crossing the bayou? My dad said his dad donated trees to mill into lumber to build the bridge "way back there" and that he (my dad) donated trees for lumber to rebuild it in the 1970s.
We are across the bayou from you. Most of that tract is on the north side of the dirt road but about 50 or 60 acres is south of the road directly across the bayou from the Lonnie Skinner place. That tract is about 350 acres all on the east side of the bayou.
Only come over to SA about once a month. I live 200 miles away. I don't know any of the county road numbers since that is all new since I moved away. Where is CR 3000? Our family has property about 3.5 miles south of 103 and also east of the old Lonnie Skinner place. I will post what I see when I am in.
As exciting as this is, we know that we have a responsibility to do this thing correctly. After all, we want the farm to remain a place where the family can gather for another 80 years and beyond. This site was born out of these desires. Before we started this site, googling "shale' brought up little information. Certainly nothing that was useful as we negotiated a lease. Read More