Industry Cloud Provider Delivers one of the First Mobility Solutions for Oil and Gas A/P Workflow
DENVER, Dec. 10, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Oildex, the innovator of smart information management solutions for the oil and gas industry, is pleased to announce the release of Spendworks Mobile Approval, one of the…Continue
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Red River Chevrolet has received a couple of the new 2013 CNG Converted 2500HD Silverado Trucks. These trucks are capable of going more than 650 miles when both tanks are full.
Chevrolet is offering CNG converted trucks only on the 2500HD Extended Cab models at this time. You can get the truck in work truck trim level all the way up to the LTZ trim. The…Continue
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Recently a GHS member asked a few pointed questions that demonstrate the frustration felt by anyone who has labored through deciphering their royalty statement only to discover they're being paid far less for their gas than the prices reported on TV.
Whole books can (and have) been written on the issues surrounding the payment and reporting of royalties, and this post is not intended to be as comprehensive. Rather, I hope this post will address some common and reasonable concerns…Continue
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Disclosures During Oil and Gas Lease Negotiations - Texas and Louisiana
The oil and gas industry has always been subject to booms and busts. Barnett Shale and Haynesville Shale lessors are recovering from their first “bust.” Their roller coaster ride started with oil and gas lease terms of $200/acre and a 1/8th royalty, up to $27,200/acre and a 1/4th royalty, and then back down to $500-$5,000/acre and a 1/5th royalty. In some cases, it seemed like the “going rates” changed…
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WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU SIGN YOUR OIL & GAS LEASE?
This article discusses what generally happens from oil and gas lease (“Lease”) signing to royalty check arrival. Every situation is different and these steps may happen in a different order than listed below but all occur before the mineral owner (“Owner”) gets a royalty check. This article is based on Texas law but should be similar to the process in other states.
1) Finding a Surface Site
A surface site…
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Somehow, T. Boone Pickens got through Capitol Hill security with something very few succeed in bringing - his common sense.
T. Boone appeared before the Ways and Means Committee to tout the benefits of the Natural Gas Act (NAT GAS Act). Legislation that would provide…Continue
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Haynesville Shale Large Natural Gas Deposit, Northwest Louisiana
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#24 Haynesville Shale Updates - Thursday, October 30, 2008
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