"Thanks Rock Man, I was not aware that NGL's are not to reported to Tx RRC, but "gas shrinkage" is not the issue here. It's the opposite - "gas expansion" . The volumes in my Check Detail are roughly 2X (double)…"
"If gas is going to a processing plant, the reported volumes that are reported to the Tx RRC will be different (usually higher) than what the post processing residue gas on the check stub will indicate. This is due to "gas shrinkage" as…"
"Thanks for responding.
I provided a sketch of what information is available on RRC for these properties using proxies for the actual Property Names and Lease Numbers. For privacy reasons I will not provide the real identifiers.
Unless you are a…"
"I can't hep you if you won't at least tell me the unit name. I told you the only hypothetical I could think of.
I do know there is one unit that RRC has the production all screwed up on. They are lumping production from three wells onto…"
"Actually there two well bores, both paid in a single check each period with Check Detail reporting the combined production.
One is a single lateral reported consistently in the Check Detail throughout the period with the same Property Name: XXXX DU…"
"Is this a stacked lateral well? If it is then you are probably getting detail from XTO on both wells, one will be #H 1 (or 2, 3, etc...) and the other will be number #B 1 with both having the same name, whereas the figure reported to TRRC is for…"
Why doesn't the Gross Production on my XTO check detail track with Production Data Query results for that property from Texas RRC?I know production is reported to TRRC by production month whereas production on my check detail is reported by sales month. So the numbers, month by month, won't match exactly. But they should track approximately, and the total production over a long time period should match pretty closely. The problem is, they don't. Not even closeI downloaded the check detail…See More
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