Patrick Flueckiger
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Patrick John Flueckiger

Attorney For Texas Land and Mineral Owners

Patrick Flueckiger represents owners of land, mineral interests, and producing properties in Texas.

Leasing and managing property for oil & gas exploration and production activities has significant financial implications for the interest owner. In signing a lease, the owner of the interest conveys their rights in the minerals in exchange for a contractual right to share in the production from the property. Therefore, it is essential to ensure that the lease contract is written and enforced to protect the owner's rights for years to come. A lease can stay in force for decades, theoretically forever, without any opportunity for the property owner to renegotiate the terms. 


  • Mineral Management
  • Lease Negotiation
  • Income Tax Depletion Deductions
  • Entity Formation (LLC, etc.)
  • Escrow Services
  • Pipeline Rights-of-way

There is no charge for initial consultations with us. We want you to be confident in our services, and we want to ensure we can add value to your matter.

Depending on the type of matter, we offer a variety of fee structures to ensure our services are cost-effective for mineral interests of all sizes.

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Cost Depletion: A Valuable Tax Deduction for Royalty Owners

Posted on February 12, 2018 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Owners of minerals and royalties may be interested to learn that the Internal Revenue Code "IRC" allows a deduction known as “depletion” for oil & gas income. The depletion deduction could significantly reduce a royalty owner's income tax bill. Since a mineral interest runs out eventually (because the production 'depletes' the reserves in the ground), the IRC allows the taxpayer to claim a deduction for the decreased value of the property caused by production of minerals. One…


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Longer vs shorter laterals

Posted by Chaz on May 3, 2019 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

This may have been discussed at length at some point on this forum so please forgive me if I'm repeating a question that may have been answered.

Six years ago CHK drilled wells with 5000ft laterals; recently they have come back and…




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