What is  "normal" with regards to gas flared, and why do they not pay for my share of this gas?

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Comment by Grady E. Hammett on February 22, 2013 at 10:43am

Most of the time only gas that is sold is liable to have royalties paid.

Comment by Mark on February 22, 2013 at 4:36pm
Unless you have a clause in your lease saying that you are to be paid royalty on the market price of gas that is flaried, it is just gas and NGL's going up in smoke.
"Normal" for flaing gas is area and operator and RRC filing dependent. If a pipeline is in place, minimal flaring happens. If no line and good oil well is ready to flow, gas could be flared for some time to get cash flow off of the higher priced commodity


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