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Welcome to The Mineral Rights Podcast! I'm here to help you to make the most out of your oil and gas mineral rights and royalty interests. From the latest mineral rights news to featured guests, get the knowledge and resources you need to manage your minerals and royalties.
 
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In this episode we discuss what type of oil is considered heavy crude, where it is found, and some of the reasons why it is still imported to the U.S. after the shale revolution. As always, links to the articles we mention in the episode can be found in the show notes at mineralrightspodcast.com.Matt Sands
 
My guest this week is Jared Boehs. Jared is the CEO of HyQ Technologies, an Oklahoma-based company focused on recycling oilfield produced water into distilled water and other valuable by-products for beneficial reuse. Jared is also a certified mineral manager and helps property owners with operator negotiations. In this conversation, Jared shares t…
 
In this episode we answer more of the questions that were submitted in 2022. We hope you enjoy! As always, the links to the resources mentioned in this episode can be found in the show notes at mineralrightspodcast.com.Matt Sands
 
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for January 2023, Ohio mineral owners win big on property rights, Oil and Gas prices slide on weakening demand and warmer weather, BP increases investment in onshore U.S. oil & gas development, and the latest rig count! Ohio Landowners Win Big on Property Rights Oil Prices Slide Amid Signs of Weak…
 
In this episode, Justin and I answer listener questions submitted during the first half of 2022. If you submitted a question earlier this year, we will be sure to answer it on air or via email soon so thanks for your patience! As always, show notes with more info can be found at mineralrightspodcast.com. Thanks and have a Happy New Year!…
 
Learn about the history, geology, operators, and risks related to owning minerals and royalties in this prolific natural gas field. Plus, we talk about the exciting opportunity around Helium royalties in the Hugoton Gas Field located in western Kansas. As always, links to the resources mentioned in this episode can be found in the show notes at min…
 
Did you know that in 2021, coal accounted for 27% of the world’s primary energy which is higher than two decades ago, and about the same level as 50 years ago? We dive into the importance of coal and why it will play an important role in the energy transition. As always, links to the resources mentioned in this show can be found in the show notes a…
 
In this month’s Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for December 2022, U.S. natgas futures rise on cooler weather, oil falls as China COVID policies fuel demand fears, new federal rules crack down on flaring and methane leaks, Chevron to resume Venezuelan crude shipments to the US, and we reveal the latest rig count! U.S. natgas futures rise on for…
 
Our guest is Jimmy Wright, Certified Professional Landman, Certified Mineral Manager, and President of the National Association of Royalty Owners (NARO) Foundation. In this discussion, we cover a lot of ground from a behind the scenes look at what landmen do, when a mineral manager or consultant can make a big difference, how the NARO Mineral Manag…
 
Each state is different in the way that certain aspects of royalty payments are handled. One of the more unique situations exists in Oklahoma with the concept of Blanchard Royalty Interests. Blanchard Interests refer to the way that royalty owners were to be paid by the various Working Interest owners in a well when each working interest owner ente…
 
On October 31st, Joe Biden made remarks about oil company record profits. He acknowledged that companies should earn a fair return for innovation and at the same time claimed that current oil company profits are a result of profiteering instead of innovating. In this episode, we react to this claim and provide examples of how oil industry profits a…
 
Permian Natural Gas prices tank, Is Biden’s oil strategy really strategic?, $65 billion mineral deposit in Michigan discovered, and the latest rig count! Texas Natural Gas Prices Sink Close To Zero | OilPrice.com 4 questions answered about Biden's oil strategy - E&E News Michigan sits on a mineral worth billions — but it’s 8,000 feet underground - …
 
In this episode we go behind the scenes within an oil and gas company and discuss how they decide where to drill the next well. In oil and gas lingo, for mature plays this process is called Development Planning. There is a lot that goes into determining where the operator will decide to drill next and we discuss some of these considerations and som…
 
If we are serious about the energy transition, then all forms of energy will be required including mining the raw materials necessary to manufacture the batteries necessary to store the energy from unreliable wind and solar plants. The U.S. has extensive lithium reserves as evidenced by the recent discovery of a world-class deposit in Maine but yet…
 
My guest this week is Tim Pawul with the Mineral and Royalties Authority and host of the Minerals and Royalties Podcast. I'm excited to have Tim back on the show to give a minerals market update and to talk about how things have changed since the last time he was on in 2020. If you missed my first interview with Tim, be sure to listen to Episode 69…
 
OPEC cuts production by 2 million barrels per day, will prices rise? Oil supply shock on the way due to OPEC and the US tapping the SPR? Colorado wells orphaned when gas gathering system shut off and Adams County won’t let operator mine Bitcoin to keep wells pumping oil. OPEC will cut production by 2 million barrels a day, likely sending gas and oi…
 
The principles of the Environmental, Social, and Governance movement would seem to be moving the world in the right direction. Who wouldn't want a cleaner environment, fair treatment of workers, and elimination of corporate bribery and corruption. Under the guise of advancing "responsible corporate citizenship", the ESG movement has instead turned …
 
The energy transition is underway but how long will it take? We discuss this and the different outcomes forecast by BP and Shell in their most recent energy transformation scenarios. There is a wide range of potential outcomes but one thing is for certain, we will continue to rely on oil and gas - but for how long? As always, links to the resources…
 
If you were to believe the headlines, it would be easy to think that we can easily transition away from fossil fuels over the next decade. Given the one-sided focus on climate change and how fossil fuels might be contributing to global warming, it stands to reason that this transition will eventually occur. That said, logic and physics will eventua…
 
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for September 2022, we discuss why Boulder County should lease their mineral rights, a former mineral rights investment fund manager is charged with fraud, Elon Musk says we need to use more oil and gas, and we talk about the current rig count! Boulder County to consider leasing mineral rights for…
 
In this episode, Ben MacFarlane with Blackbird BI and I discuss U.S. Oil and Gas Trends across the major shale basins and plays. Ben reveals the current activity levels and what future activity levels might look like across the U.S. and which counties are seeing the most activity. Be sure to download the free report that Ben and I discuss during th…
 
The Inflation Reduction Act recently passed the senate and is expected to pass the house vote on Friday August 12th so we wanted to break down how this bill is going to affect mineral and royalty owners. As always, links to the resources mentioned in this episode can be found in the show notes at mineralrightspodcast.com.…
 
If you receive royalty income from oil & gas wells, you probably are familiar with the statement that accompanies your royalty check. This statement contains a lot of useful information that you can use to make sure you are getting paid correctly. From the volumes of oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids that were sold in a given month to the p…
 
We recorded this month’s Mineral Rights Podcast news episode live at the National Association of Royalty Owners (NARO) state Convention in Denver, CO. We discuss how Exxon and Chevron's record profits stack up to other industries, Ovintiv sells Uinta Basin acreage, and New Mexico's oil and gas emissions rule becomes law, and the current rig count! …
 
Dr. Bill Eustes is a professor emeritus with the Petroleum Engineering Department at the Colorado School of Mines and an instructor with the TOP Energy Training consortium. We talk about what goes into drilling a well, what the future holds with advancements in drilling technology, and how what we’ve learned in oil and gas drilling can be applied t…
 
In this episode, we answer listener questions that were submitted via email by John, Sarah, Helen, Jeffrey, Ervin, Danny, John, Chuck, and Michelle. If you have a question that you need help with, send it to feedback@mineralrightspodcast.com. Who knows, we might just answer it in a future episode! Resources mentioned in this episode can be found in…
 
Prior period adjustments are a relatively common occurrence in the oil and gas industry and typically result from changes in volumes of oil, natural gas, or NGL’s that were actually sold vs. what you were paid for, or adjustments in the prices paid for these products, or in some cases changes to the division of interest in your wells. The first two…
 
In this month’s mineral rights news episode for July 2022, we talk about gasoline prices and refinery capacity and the outlook for the future, oil and gas activity in West Texas linked to increase in earthquakes, are Saudi Arabia and the UAE already pumping at maximum capacity?, and the rig count is up again this month! How a massive refinery short…
 
In this episode, we talk about the different strategies to consider when investing in mineral rights and royalty interests. Ultimately, the strategy that you employ will determine the types of properties that meet your investment criteria. From the type of interest, the geographic location, whether it already has producing wells or is undeveloped, …
 
Learn how to find the best mineral rights purchase opportunities, how to identify and contact the owners, how to hire the right advisors and common mistakes to avoid. Links to the resources mentioned in this episode can be found in the show notes at mineralrightspodcast.com.Matt Sands
 
What is geothermal energy? How does it work? Is it renewable? How can mineral owners benefit from geothermal energy development? Listen to the entire episode to hear answers to these questions and more. As always, resources mentioned in this episode can be found in the show notes at mineralrightspodcast.com.…
 
this episode we give an update on the current oil market and discuss why leading indicators like the inventory of Drilled but UnCompleted (DUC) wells is important in determining if the U.S. can grow production to meet demand (and in turn cause oil prices to fall). We also talk about the impact of the recent EU embargo on Russian crude oil and the J…
 
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for June 2022: Mineral interest owners sue Gov. Justice over new forced oil and gas well unitization law | Energy and Environment | wvgazettemail.com Why Shale Drillers Are Pumping Out Dividends Instead of More Oil and Gas - WSJ Sorry, But for You, Oil Trades at $250 a Barrel - The Washington Post…
 
The current helium supply crunch is likely to get worse before it gets better but in the meantime we talk about how royalty owners can profit from Helium production and prices upwards of $600/mcf for this rare gas. Resources mentioned in this episode can be found in the show notes at mineralrightspodcast.com.…
 
In this episode we discuss how different oil and gas companies work together, what agreements they use, how a company can be an operator in some wells and also a non-operated working interest partner in other wells that another company operates. Plus the strategies and tactics often involved with these types of acreage trades and agreements. As alw…
 
In this episode we provide an overview of the Eagle Ford Shale play in South Texas. Learn about the history, geology, operators, and risks related to owning minerals and royalties in this prolific oil and gas basin. Plus, we talk about some exciting developments where operators are also targeting additional formations like the Austin Chalk and Buda…
 
In this month’s Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for May 2022, we talk about how private ownership of mineral rights is America’s secret weapon, Fort Collins, Colorado looks to buy all minerals under the city, PA lawmakers clarify pore space rights, why oil companies aren’t growing production, and the Baker Hughes Rig Count. Mineral Rights In Am…
 
Did you know that the oil and gas industry is not the only industry that uses underground injection wells. As mineral and royalty owners, it is helpful to understand the difference between a saltwater disposal well and a water injection well used for enhanced oil recovery. Plus, it is important to understand who benefits from underground injection …
 
In this episode, Justin and I interview Neil Ray with CAMRO. We discuss the new Colorado Oil and Gas Financial Assurance regulations that just went into effect. If you're not familiar with what financial assurance is, it is the process of operators putting up money to ensure that the state isn't left footing the bill for plugging and abandoning wel…
 
The U.S. House of Representatives recently held a hearing titled "Gouged at the Gas Station: Big Oil and America's Pain at the Pump" where they grilled six oil company CEO's about the recent increase in gasoline prices. While this hearing was mostly political grandstanding and lacked much substance, we break down the implications of what was said a…
 
It's true, energy companies have been profitable lately...to the tune of an 8.3% profit in 2021. Yup, the only segment worse than energy was consumer staples with a profit margin of 6.6%. Yet here we are talking about windfall profits. In this episode we break down this proposal and how it is not only not a profits tax but will have the exact oppos…
 
In this month’s Mineral Rights News Episode for April 2022, we discuss a landmark case in North Dakota that could decide how surface owners are compensated for the use of underground pore space, windfall profits tax measure introduced by Democrats, and the SEC takes aim at greenhouse gas emissions. 'Pore space' a growing issue for North Dakota's en…
 
It's March and it is time to get things in order to file your taxes. In this episode we discuss how Mineral rights and royalties are taxed, deductions you can take to reduce the tax liability associated with your oil and gas royalties, and we’ll also provide a refresher on a quick audit you can do on your royalty statements before you file your tax…
 
In this episode I interview Jim Crompton, oil and gas industry expert, professor at the Colorado School of Mines, and owner Reflections Data Consulting, LLC. He is also an instructor at Top Energy Training which helps educate regulators, inspectors, policymakers, and oil & gas industry professionals so that they can develop informed public policy a…
 
Orphan wells are oil and gas wells that are no longer producing or economically viable but have not gone through the plugging process and usually don't have an owner. They present potential safety and environmental concerns as well as an enormous cost to properly plug and abandon the hundreds of thousands of wells in the United States. In this epis…
 
In this month's special Mineral Rights News Episode for March 2022, we discuss the impact of Russia's invasion of Ukraine on crude oil and natural gas prices and things we should be doing here in the U.S. to mitigate the effects. Links to the facts and resources mentioned in this episode can be found in the show notes at mineralrightspodcast.com. F…
 
The U.S. becoming the largest LNG exporter in 2021 with a peak capacity of 10.8 Bcf/day, provides a new outlet for domestic natural gas production. This should provide support to natural gas prices in the U.S. and as a result will benefit royalty owners. In this episode, we discuss this and the recent letter from New England senators asking the DOE…
 
In this episode, I talk with Jacinda Brown, co-founder of CryptoKnight Energy about bitcoin mining using stranded or flared natural gas and how this presents an opportunity for mineral and royalty owners. We talk about some really interesting topics, including recent regulations that prevents the routine flaring of natural gas, the locations that a…
 
In this episode, we cover a topic that may seem unrelated to mineral rights and royalties but in fact is very relevant for mineral and royalty owners. Learn about Bitcoin and how royalty owners can benefit from Bitcoin mining with stranded or wasted natural gas. For links to the helpful resources and videos that explain more about Bitcoin and this …
 
In this month’s Mineral Rights News Episode for February 2022, we discuss how mining the minerals required for the green energy revolution is putting a tribe in a tough spot, Colorado releases first annual report of State’s Oil, Natural Gas Emissions (hint: they aren't the biggest emitters), and a new crowd-funding model for investing in oil and na…
 
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