Southwest Petroleum Company, LP has been in the business of acquiring minerals and royalty for (now) many years. As Skip alludes in his response and link to a prior thread, a preprinted mineral and/or royalty deed and a draft…"
"What we are trying to find outis, has there ever been any drilling or production at all from the very beginning since May of 1999 of last year when we signed our paper for all of this and received our swign on bonus. We have not heard one word or…"
I'm getting my royalty checks every month from Crimson. It is still a shock every month, to get a check in the mail for doing nothing. But, it's a very happy shock. We got the last letter from Dale Energy Resources. I looked them up on the internet, and they buy for Chesapeak Oil. I figure, if they are willing to geive as much as they offered, that they know something we don't. I'm holding on to mine. I like that check every month. Alabama Fan
Martha, have you heard anything new on the Gobi well in St Augustine. We have gotton a letter wanting to pay a very large sum for part of our mineral rights. Have you received any. Something big must be going to happen at the Gobi site. Let me know if you hear anything. Thanks, Alabama Fan
Hi, Martha. I live in Cedar Bluff, Al, about 100 miles NE of Birmingham. My father, his brother and 5 sisters were left 1/2 of the mineral rights. His uncle J. Phillips sold the property to a Parker in 1929 or 1930, and retained 1/2 of the mineral rights. It's the property where crimson drilled the gobi 1 well. Thanks for your email. L. Crow
Hey, M M. I saw your shout out. There is a lot going on in San Augustine County... more rigs drilling here than anywhere else the district, at the moment. Nobody is in a hurry to complete these wells, though, with gas @ just over $4. We should start hearing about some of them when the 3Q reports come out, I think.
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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