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https://mineralrightspodcast.com/mrp-248-how-to-find-oil-gas-lithium-info-for-arkansas/(opens in a new tab)In this episode we show you how to find oil & gas (& Lithium) info using the Arkansas Oil & Gas Commission website. As before, we walk step-by-step how to find your minerals or royalties on a map to determine if you should be getting paid on a…
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Who owns the minerals beneath roads, could U.S. oil mergers help stabilize prices, the outlook for natural gas, what OPEC+ did, and the rig count! As always, links to the articles and resources mentioned in this episode can be found in the show notes at mineralrightspodcast.com!
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In this episode we answer listener questions submitted by Heidi, Greg, Sarah, Nikki, Eric, and a listener who wishes to remain anonymous. This episode was filled with a wide variety of questions from the difference between MCF and MMBtu's and how to audit gas royalties, Lithium, leasing the minerals and surface rights, going through ancillary proba…
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In this episode, we take a deep dive into the future of energy and why the world is going to need more affordable, reliable energy in the coming decades - not less. With net zero by 2050 as the goal, what is this likely to mean for oil & gas production in the future? Be sure to watch the accompanying YouTube Video to see the charts and other visual…
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In this episode we answer listener questions submitted by Tom, Anita, Ronnie, Karen, and Raegan. This episode was filled with a wide variety of questions from tips for locating missing minerals and royalties, dealing with non-payment by an operator, educating yourself (and others) about minerals, if your minerals might be prospective for lithium, a…
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In this month’s Mineral Rights News episode, we give an update on the refilling of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR), the BLM withdraws 220,000 acres of federal land from future oil, gas, and mineral development in Colorado, the state of Alaska sues the federal government over Pebble Mine takings claim. And the Rig Count! As always, links to th…
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You may see that one or more of the wells on your property is listed as "shut-in" or "plugged and abandoned" on the state oil & gas commission website and wonder what this means for your future royalties. In this episode, we explain some of the main reasons wells can end up getting shut-in and whether they can be restarted. We also explore scenario…
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In this episode we answer listener questions submitted by Tyler, Margaret Ann, Nate, Gene, Robert, Anna, and Allen. This one was interesting because we talked about some new topics like: how to underwrite a mineral rights investment, the Haynesville Shale, minimum thresholds for royalty payments, Oklahoma Senate Bill 212, secondary market for non-o…
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In this episode we show you how to find oil & gas info using the Wyoming Oil & Gas Conservation Commission website. As before, we walk step-by-step how to find your minerals or royalties on a map to determine if you should be getting paid on a well. We also show you how to download important documents related to your wells, how to see how much oil …
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The Osage Nation forces a company to remove wind farm in Oklahoma, Saudi Aramco CEO keeps it real at CERAWeek, NM looks to raise royalty rates in the Permian. And the Rig Count! Tribal sovereignty trumps wind in Oklahoma - POLITICO Big Oil Sets the Agenda on CERAWeek’s Opening Day - Bloomberg New Mexico halts some oil-field lease sales in standoff …
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In this episode we show you how to find oil & gas info using the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources - Oil & Gas Division website. As before, we walk step-by-step how to find your minerals or royalties on a map to determine if you should be getting paid on a well. We also show you how to download important documents related to your wells, …
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The interpretation and application of the regulatory takings principle have evolved over time, but the fundamental principle remains: the government cannot take private property (including mineral rights) for public use without providing just compensation to the owner. In this episode, we talk abut cases where mineral owner's property rights were t…
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How have oil & gas production been affected by the Texas wildfires? Colorado legislators propose phase out of new oil & gas wells by 2030, and is underground hydrogen the next big thing? And the Rig Count! Has Oil and Gas Production Been Affected by the Texas Wildfires? | Rigzone Colorado is set to consider a ‘fossil fuel phase-out.’ Here’s why tha…
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In this episode we answer listener questions submitted by Dave, Bill, Monica, Mary, Katie, Kelly, and David. We cover a lot of ground including: surface use agreements, helium, leasing, dormant mineral rights, how to read a legal description, orphan wells, prior period adjustments vs. recoupment, how to calculate your net acreage and decimal intere…
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In preparation for tax season, this episode provides an update on the taxation of minerals and royalties for the 2023 tax year. It covers key considerations that mineral and royalty owners should be aware of when it comes to their tax obligations and key tax credits and deductions that all mineral and royalty owners should know about. Download my f…
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In this episode we talk about how to find oil & gas info using the Utah Department of Natural Resources Division of Oil, Gas and Mining (UDOGM) website. As before, we walk step-by-step how to find your minerals or royalties on a map to determine if you should be getting paid on a well. We also show you how to download important documents related to…
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We discuss how Biden’s pausing of new LNG permits could hurt gas prices, how lithium prices have fallen, controversy around new New Mexico oil and gas rules, Colorado regulators propose rules that consider the “cumulative impact” of oil and gas operations, plus the latest rig count! Biden stalls natural gas exports that activists call ‘climate bomb…
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In this episode we show you how to find oil & gas data using the New Mexico OCD website (with a tip on how to view horizontal wells in a free tool that is available). As before, we walk step-by-step how to find your minerals or royalties on a map to determine if you should be getting paid on a well. We also show you how to download important docume…
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In this episode, we show you how to navigate the Colorado Energy and Carbon Management Commission website (formerly the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission) to locate your mineral or royalty interests to see if you should be getting paid on a well. We also show you how to access the official oil & gas production data reported to the state to…
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We talk about the New York Stock Exchange's proposal to list Natural Asset Companies (NAC's) and what it could mean for mineral owners, the forecast for additional oil company mergers in 2024, ExxonMobil's big plans for lithium exploration in Arkansas, plus the latest rig count! SEC delays decision on natural asset companies | Livestock | capitalpr…
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Did you know that an overriding royalty interest (ORRI) or Non-Operated Working Interest can be terminated to wipe the slate clean so the operator can re-lease the same acreage without these burdens on the new lease? This situation is called a lease washout and we talk about what you should do to protect your interests as well as how it can impact …
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In this episode, we show you how to navigate the Oklahoma Corporation Commission website to locate your mineral or royalty interests to see if you should be getting paid on a well. We also show you how to access the official oil & gas production data reported to the state to use in checking your royalty statements. Be sure to check out the accompan…
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In this episode we walk you step-by-step how to use the Texas Railroad Commission Website to find your minerals or royalties on a map to determine if you should be getting paid on a well. We also show you how to download important documents related to your wells, how to see how much oil & gas was produced and sold in a given month, and more. Be sur…
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OPEC’s latest round of production cuts faced skepticism, CO courts side with Civitas in legal battle with Boulder County, and the social media cage match between OPEC and the IEA, plus the latest rig count! Opec+ production cuts leave oil market sceptical Colorado high court sides with oil company in mineral right lease battle with Boulder County O…
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In this episode we talk about what you should do if your operator is late paying you royalties including statutes around timing for royalty payments in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Colorado and when you should be paid interest. Check out the free form letter I've created for you to contact your operator about late or missing royalty payments. A…
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In this episode we delve into crucial year-end tax strategies that may be available to mineral and royalty owners so that you can keep more of your hard-earned income. From deferring income to strategically optimize tax liabilities, offsetting or deferring the tax liability when you sell, establishing a step-up in cost basis with inherited minerals…
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My guest this week is Jared Machen, a certified financial planner and the chief operating officer of Brownlee Wealth Management. Brownlee is a fee-only firm dedicated to helping oil & gas professionals lower their taxes, simplify their investments, and grow their wealth. Jared is also the co-host of the Financial Planning for Oil & Gas Professional…
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Why U.S. oil companies are investing heavily in more oil and gas, the outlook for oil prices with recent geopolitical turmoil, and new Colorado bonding requirements put into action. And the Rig Count! Why Exxon and Chevron are doubling down on fossil fuel energy with big acquisitions World Bank: Major Escalation In Israel-Hamas War Could Send Oil S…
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Next week is the official launch of Mineral Management Basics, my first online course, and I'm excited to share what I have been working on! If you are one of my email subscribers you may already know that I had a small group of students go through a bootcamp in early 2023 to provide feedback on the course content. Well, I'm happy to say that I fin…
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In this episode we discuss a few "common" scams targeting mineral and royalty owners. From, exhorbitant finder's fees to help you find and claim missing royalties, the "royalty lease" scam that gets you to sell your future royalties for pennies on the dollar, to fraudlent deeds, we cover what you should know to protect yourself and your family from…
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In this episode we answer questions submitted by David, Al, Emily, Erik, David, Mike, and Park. From the resources available to help educate new mineral owners, how to claim missing royalties without paying exorbitant finder's fees, what happens when you lease to a company that is not the operator, and more! As always, you can find links to the res…
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Are oil prices due for a short-term correction? We debunk the New York Times hit piece on the oil & gas industry's use of water and compare it to the golf industry - you may be surprised at what we found, and a large portion of federal lands on the Western Slope in Colorado would be off limits to future oil & gas drilling under new BLM proposal, an…
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In this episode, we answer questions submitted by Karl, Kimberly, Cara, and Danielle related to leasing for a stratigraphic test well, how to establish the cost basis for mineral rights that are sold, saltwater disposal wells, best practices for selling non-producing mineral rights, and more! If you have a question you would like us to answer, send…
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Did you know that there is a special type of deed that can be used to: avoid probate, maintain control of the property during your lifetime, not affect Medicaid eligibility, potentially avoid federal gift taxes, maintain your homestead protection, all while still allowing your beneficiaries to still claim a step-up in cost basis for capital gains t…
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In this month’s mineral rights news episode, we talk about a family feud over Laredo area land and mineral rights, court order issued regarding disputes over the recovery of overpayments to royalty owners, the push to electrify everything highlights issues with domestic graphite supply, and we dive into the latest land rig count. Squabbling sibling…
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In this episode, we dive into what you need to know from a mineral owner perspective to make sure you make the most of the situation should you be faced with owning an interest in a well that is at the end of its life. Whether it presents the opportunity to negotiate an oil and gas lease or whether you'd prefer that the well continues to pay small …
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https://mineralrightspodcast.com/mrp-212-listener-qa-leasing-unclaimed-royalties-investing-depletion-deduction-and-more/In this episode, we answer questions from Kelly, Alex, Jim, Anna, Joan, Erica, and others! From how to negotiate an oil and gas lease, how to hire the right kind of attorney, how to estimate and audit your royalty checks, differen…
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https://mineralrightspodcast.com/mrp-211-mineral-rights-news-august-2023/In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for August 2023, we talk about property tax issues in West Virginia, the pickup in oil & gas mergers, the latest OPEC+ meeting intel, and the latest land rig count: W.Va. tax, mineral appraisals flawed | News, Sports, Jobs - …
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We're going to dive into a topic that may be unfamiliar to many mineral and royalty owners: top leasing. In this episode we explore the pros and cons of top leasing, potential pitfalls that can lead to legal trouble, and two important lease clauses that can help you if you are faced with this situation. If you find yourself in a competitive oil and…
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In this episode we answer questions submitted by Mike, Tom, Dave, Don, Ivette, and Larry. Thanks again to everyone who left a review or who submitted a question. If you have a question about your minerals or royalties, you can send it to feedback@mineralrightspodcast.com and we will answer it in a future episode! As always, links to the resources m…
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In this episode, we discuss an email from Barb who shared a news story about the discovery of the highest confirmed grade lithium brine in Cass County, Texas and the implications for mineral owners there. We dive into the ownership of valuable minerals found in produced water and the potential impact on mineral owners and royalties to help you navi…
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In this episode we talk about the hidden costs of the IEA’s net zero plans, oil prices drop on news that central banks are not done raising rates, Eddy County sees record oil tax revenue, US shale producers hold activity flat according to the latest Dallas Fed survey, and we dive into the latest rig count. The Hidden Costs Of The IEA’s Net Zero Vis…
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In this episode, we highlight an innovative and growing trend in the energy industry: the use of stranded natural gas for onsite power generation in data centers for bitcoin mining and AI computing. The demand for computing power is on the rise, and companies are turning to stranded natural gas as a low-cost option for power generation. In the disc…
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There are tradeoffs to be made between all forms of energy. But high energy density and low cost are reasons why fossil fuels are likely to be used for decades to come. That is, until we come up with a better solution that meets the requirements fulfilled by fossil fuels in terms of high energy density, high reliability, and low cost. As always, li…
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Biden administration decides that Nevada lithium mine construction can proceed, Federal lease sale finally resumes in New Mexico and Kansas, will OPEC+ make further production cuts? And the Rig Count! Biden administration clarifies 1872 Mining Law; says huge Nevada lithium mine can proceed | AP News Oil and gas land sale nets $79M. New Mexico envir…
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In this episode, we talk about how to navigate inheritance issues with mineral rights and royalties. Whether you're an heir that finds yourself in possession of these valuable interests, or someone who wants to ensure a smooth transition for future generations, inheriting mineral rights and royalties can be a complex and challenging process. We pro…
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In this episode, we delve into the common mistakes made by mineral and royalty owners over the life of owning these types of assets. From not knowing what you own to common legal, financial, tax and other mistakes, we highlight ways to avoid these mistakes and the types of advisors that can help you avoid these and other pitfalls in the future. As …
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In this episode, the Colorado legislature defeats bill which would have changed forced pooling laws, why Texas and Louisiana are leading the way with carbon capture, new program to handle disputes for North Dakota royalty owners, and the latest Rig Count! Colorado Senate committee rejects changes to ‘forced pooling’ of mineral rights | Courthouse N…
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It's crazy to think that this is our 200th episode! Thanks to you, the listener, for your support. To celebrate, we recorded a slightly different listener Q&A episode where we answered some of your questions related to investing in minerals and royalties. As always, links to the resources mentioned in the show can be found at mineralrightspodcast.c…
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In this episode, we provide a summary of the oil and gas activity and historical significance of the Barnett Shale Formation in Texas. The Barnett Shale is one of the most productive shale gas plays in the United States and has played a significant role in the growth of the U.S. energy sector. We cover the geology of the Barnett Shale, the top oil …
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