Category: Mineral Owners

Mineral Owners Understanding the Mineral Deed

Understanding the Mineral Deed

It is all in the deed, the mineral rights deed. All the information you need regarding your mineral ownership. Need a free download of a Mineral Deed Form? Get it here.  What is a Mineral Rights Deed? A mineral deed form is a legal document, regarding the ownership of the minerals below the surface of the …

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Mineral Owners Negotiation Tips for Mineral Owners

Negotiation Tips for Mineral Owners

As a mineral owner, deciding how to get the most from your asset can be stressful. You want to make sure you are getting the best deal, but all of the paperwork and complexities can be overwhelming. Yoann Hispa, CEO of PetroValues, shared some insights with us, from his many years of experience, to help you rock your negotiations. Deadlines …

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Mineral Owners Mineral Rights Inheritance & Step-Up In Basis

Mineral Rights Inheritance & Step-Up In Basis

Oil and gas mineral rights are an asset. The value of an asset will change over time due to a number of different factors. Well production, commodity price, development activity and increased accessibility to the minerals through new technology, will impact oil and gas mineral value. When an asset changes hands, a capital gains tax …

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Mineral Owners Colorado Proposition 112. Calculating Impact to Mineral Value

Colorado Proposition 112. Calculating Impact to Mineral Value

Proposition 112, known during the petition process as Initiative 97, could have a huge affect on the oil and gas activity in Colorado. This initiative proposes the oil and gas industry maintain a buffer of 2500 feet from schools, homes and businesses.  In Colorado, there is currently a 1000 foot set-back in place for schools …

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Industry Proposition 112 – A $470 Billion loss to Colorado

Proposition 112 – A $470 Billion loss to Colorado

Proposition 112 Overview and Intro to Economic Study Proposition 112, if passed, will result in a major decrease in oil and gas activity in Colorado. The regulation proposes the oil and gas industry maintain a buffer of 2,500 feet from schools, homes, and businesses. The result eliminates approximately 85% of future drill sites in the …

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