Leasing your oil and gas rights can be a complex process.
Before your minerals can be developed, an agreement must be reached
with a company to acquire or lease your mineral rights. You will want
to make sure you have as much information as possible prior to signing
a lease agreement. Our dedicated land agents are there to help guide
you through the process and make sure you have the information you need.
Collins and Young has recently teamed up with Caffey
Group, L.L.C. to further its leasing efforts in Tarrant County, Texas.
Caffey’s experienced team of professionals has made them a trusted
leader in lease acquisitions. When signing a lease with Caffey Group,
you can have confidence that Collins and Young will be your partner
in developing and producing your minerals for years to come.
To learn more about Caffey Group, visit www.caffeygroup.com.
Caffey Group, L.L.C.
309 W. 7th Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Q: What is an oil and gas rights lease?
A: An oil and gas rights lease is a contract allowing for the development
of the natural resources under your property.
Q: How do I find out if I own the oil and gas
rights to my property?
A: Every state has different laws governing oil and gas ownership. If
you are unsure about your ownership, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: What is a signing bonus?
A: A signing bonus is the up front money. Signing bonuses are paid to
the owner upon signing the lease and are generally calculated per acre.
Q: What is a royalty?
A: A royalty is money paid after natural gas is produced and sold to
the market for distribution. The amount is based on a percentage of
the amount the operating company receives for delivering the gas to
Q: Why do my royalty payments vary?
A: Oil and gas production and oil and gas prices vary from month to
month. Thus, variations in volumes produces and price paid will cause
fluctuations in your royalty checks.
If you have any unanswered questions, please contact
our qualified land agents at: email@example.com.