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Struggling to Produce: Heirs to Claimed Royalty Interest Acquired in Late 1800s in 9,200-acre Tract in Texas Fail to Pass Procedural Hurdles to Asserting Their Claims for Superior Title and Unpaid Royalties Against Multiple Oil and Gas Companies

On Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, dozens of claimed heirs to a one-half mineral interest allegedly obtained in the late 1800s in a 9,200-acre tract of land in Brooks County, Texas, filed a Petition for Review with the Texas Supreme Court, claiming that the Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio erred in upholding the Brooks … Continue Reading

Texas Supreme Court to Hear Case on “Capability of Production” Under Shut-In Clause

On Sept. 2, the Texas Supreme Court granted review in a case that may clarify when a shut-in well’s capacity for production in paying quantities is determined.  In BP America Production Company v. Red Deer Resources, LLC, No. 15-0569, the court will be reviewing a ruling from the 7th Court of Appeals (Amarillo) that upheld … Continue Reading
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