Minerals

Energy OnRamp is proud to provide over 60 years’ combined experience working in the oil & gas industry. Our professional staff stays abreast of the current market values and activities in all the major plays in the United States. We are here to offer mineral owners crucial information which affords them options in strategically managing their mineral and royalty interest in order to achieve maximum value.

Current Listings

  • Reeves County, Texas 2650 gross mineral acres for sale with production
  • Reeves County, Texas 1280 gross mineral acres for sale with production
  • Lea County, New Mexico 160 gross mineral acres for sale currently leased
  • Glasscock and Sterling Counties, Texas 4280 gross acres open to lease and part for sale
  • Niobrara County, Wyoming 2630 gross mineral acres for sale

Minerals Blog

Leasing Your Mineral Rights

If a landman comes knocking at your door, it’s wise to know a few things before signing an oil and gas lease. Here are two articles that will help you negotiate your oil and gas lease. The first, Oil and Gas Leases: Top Ten Things Not to Do describes some of the mistakes owners make and how you can avoid them. The second article, Oil and Gas Leasing: Top Ten Things to Do illustrates how …

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PRO I INHERITED SOME PRODUCING MINERALS…..WHAT NEXT?

Nothing in this life is forever. Let’s take a scenario. Mom and Dad owned some minerals and they have been receiving royalty checks for years. Mom and Dad went on to their reward and the checks still come to their old address in their name. How do you get them in your name? First, title must reside somewhere. When a death occurs, the land(s) belong to the Estate of the deceased. In other jurisdictions, it …

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Appalachia region expected to lead nation in natural gas production through February

The Appalachia oil and gas region is expected to produce the most natural gas in the country’s seven drilling regions through February, according to a report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration released Tuesday. The report shows the Appalachia region producing 26.7 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day through February. That’s 377 million cubic feet more than what is expected in January. The Appalachia region — Marcellus and Utica shale — includes Pennsylvania, …

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