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Consolidation: Chevron buys Noble Energy
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard David Otley Jul 31.

EOG Submits Applications for New AC Units in East Feliciana
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Hydrocarbonite May 27, 2019.

Well, one must admire his persistence of vision - "Short the Permian and Eagle Ford"
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman May 16, 2018.

 

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Dion Warr, CPL replied to Renee Brown's discussion Indigo making aggressive offers to purchase mineral rights.
"Renee: As Skip aptly notes - I've been more out than in on GHS as of late.  I did note your friend request and accepted.  Please feel free to message me."
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Dion Warr, CPL replied to Renee Brown's discussion Indigo making aggressive offers to purchase mineral rights.
"Renee: It is difficult to assess without understanding more about your specific situation (and theirs, if they are willing to share any details other than "we want to buy your royalties").  One would have to weigh the entire…"
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Dion Warr, CPL replied to Renee Brown's discussion Indigo making aggressive offers to purchase mineral rights.
"Renee: Given that it is known that Indigo is your suitor, I would say that one reason that WI owners / operators seeking to acquire mineral and/or royalty interests is to "improve their lie" in order to make economics more attractive for…"
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Richard David Otley replied to Dion Warr, CPL's discussion Consolidation: Chevron buys Noble Energy
"Noble might have been great, but Stover and his syncophants were not"
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Doctor Joe replied to Dion Warr, CPL's discussion Consolidation: Chevron buys Noble Energy
"Noble was a great company to work for in the 1990s.  It had a great president and executive staff and was family friendly while headquartered in Ardmore, OK. Things changed when it move to Houston in 2000 but by then I was working for the JV…"
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Consolidation: Chevron buys Noble Energy

From the Houston ChronicleThe California energy major on Monday said it will purchase the Houston independent oil and gas producer in an all-stock deal valued at $5 billion, or $10.38 per share. The total value of the transaction, expected to close later this year, is $13 billion including debt.“Our strong balance…See More
Jul 22
Dion Warr, CPL replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion Sklar Exploration Files Chapter 11
"Mr. Sklar first pulled most of his casing and tubing from Oil City and truck and wagon it back to Shreveport.  Costs for services were sometimes taken in trade as to positions in wells and leases.  Eventually there were enough…"
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Minerals and Royalty: Or, What Did I Just Sell to That Guy?

Now that NAPE has been over for a couple of weeks, and the hangover(s) and short week after Mardi Gras has come to an end, I figured I would address a topic that has come up on more than a few occasions in various discussions on GHS, and seems to have been revived again in the wake of the latest mass mailings from mineral and royalty brokers.



I should probably mention here that my area of discussion, and the state in which I predominantly work is Louisiana. No knocks to the Texas and… Continue

Posted on February 28, 2009 at 16:30 — 3 Comments

State of the Industry, As Seen at NAPE (From an Observer's Perspective)

Many of you have looked to various indicators and bellwethers as to the general health of the industry as a whole, and in particular, how same will apply to the Haynesville Shale for the coming year. From those of us "in the business", many of us look to the turnout, prospects, and outlook gleaned at NAPE (formerly the North American Prospect Expo) as a significant bellwether as to the general state of the business in the coming year.



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NAPE began in… Continue

Posted on February 9, 2009 at 9:00 — 7 Comments

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At 8:41 on March 1, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

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At 12:20 on September 25, 2013, Two Dogs, Pirate said…

Dion, do you have an idea why work is so slow? This is the first time in 10 years that I don't have anything to do.

At 17:16 on July 16, 2013, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

I'm staying busy and doing just enough business to allow me to run to the mountains and go fishing on Toledo Bend whenever the spirit moves me.  Every day I am thankful to make a living doing what I do.  I've looked for this job all my life.  I will now enjoy it to the fullest as long as I am able.  I know just how you feel about the repetition and the know nothing, cranky members who come to rant.  I have to remind myself that they are a small minority and the majority appreciates all the industry members who invest time in answering questions and offering opinions.  Quite a few of them contact me privately on my site page or through my off site personal email.  They are often hesitant to participate in discussions.  I have 484 friends.  And I think that is confirmation that there are members who appreciate what I do.  I'm sure they feel the same way about you.  You are just not as prolific a poster as I am.  LOL!  I have about 178,000 points.  I hope you are staying busy and prospering.  We need to have lunch again.  If business takes you north, I'll meet you half way. 

Regards, Skip

At 9:18 on July 9, 2013, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Re:  Outdated Shout Message Off.  It's about time!  LOL!  How the hell are you?  Seeing my last comment below, I can still put you in touch with Jay.  He is an old curmudgeon, although he is younger than myself.  He may complain a lot but he continues to stick around for which I am thankful.

At 10:46 on February 13, 2013, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Dion, Jay may not wish to reveal his company in an open discussion thread.  I can send him an email and see if he would care to pass along his private email address.  I feel sure he would not mind it in fact he would probably welcome it.  I communicate with him semi-regularly off site.

At 12:55 on June 30, 2012, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Dion, FYI.  Just in case you would care to follow this new GD thread that seeks to find anyone willing to agree with his assessment that collusion occurred regarding leasing in the Ashland Field. here is the link:

http://www.gohaynesvilleshale.com/group/natchitochesparishnetwork/forum/topics/lease-offers-in-and-around-the-ashland-field-by-what-operators

No one I communicated with ever expressed interest in Ashland.  In fact, they were all puzzled why CHK would take such a large step out in such a strange direction.  Every other company was quickly headed SW and into E TX.  I can see why none were interested in a risky and unsubstantiated step out in a direction thought not to be prospective. Ah, but you'd never convince GD that CHK made a mistake and it makes perfect sense why no other company was interested in leasing in that area.

At 10:18 on June 30, 2012, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Dion, I apologize for jumping into your discussion thread with GD.  I learned he was a fraud in the very earliest days of the site and have to bite my lip every time he gives poor advise to some unknowing member or demonizes the industry with unfounded comments.  He really is "a legend in his own mind".  I do my best to ignore him but sometimes he just gets my goat.  Regard, Skip

At 9:39 on February 7, 2012, Pat McKenzie said…
Dion, do you have any information on the timeline for drilling on R1R/ T6S/ section 1. This is the section west the Edwards #1 well. We have had recent activity in the neighborhood. Do you know who holds the permit to drill on that section?
At 19:10 on October 13, 2010, Linda Whatley said…
Yes, I agree Dion, courtesy is the best approach. I have seven leases with Chesapeake, and so far, my experience with each landman has been pleasant. I for one don't want to hold up progress on the drilling process...... that's why I recommended that Jack go ahead and sign........ do something good for others, and it will be returned to you twofold!
At 11:08 on July 8, 2010, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…
Re: Yoda. Keith thinks it's funny. I humor him for "he owns the site!!!" LOL!

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