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We have minerals/NPRI in 2 newer units - Anderson & Lyssy, the intiial wells having been completed early this year. Just wondering if anyone knows anything about these units/wells, since nothing is forthcoming from EOG (Anderson Unit), and Matador (Lyssy). Any experience in proding information from the operators that we haven't tried? Calls to landmen/others in these companies are not returned.

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Anderson & Lyssy Units, Wilson County

Posted on July 7, 2014 at 6:18pm 0 Comments

We have respectively, a NPRI and minerals in the Anderson (operated by EOG), and Lyssy (operated by Matador), both wells drilled to completion early this year. Having a devil of a time getting information about production, well status, etc. from the land men and others in the companies. (Phone calls not returned). As well, we have never received word that the original leases are held by production now that the primary terms of the leases have passed. We know that it takes several months to…


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At 8:10pm on July 13, 2014, Carlton Cross said…

I would suggest going the search site for RRC:

I find the Drilling Permit (W-1) Query is the easiest search to use. When you pull up your well file, click on the links on the left side of the page and you will see everything RRC has on file for that particular well.

If you have specific questions, please post them with the Wilson group. We have many knowledgable folks on the site who are quick respond.

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