Lease Offer

Post the most recent offers you have received for lease dollars per acre, and commission percentage.

Lease Offer

Postby robertvred » Fri Aug 01, 2008 9:26 pm

About a month ago in the eastern part of the Town of Greene an offer of $2000.00 per acre, 7 years at 12.5% from Chesapeake.
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Re: Lease Offer

Postby hunter1919 » Fri Aug 22, 2008 3:19 pm

Is there other offers in chenango from companies other then Nornew? I saw the one above from chk for 2.000 an acre but most are for 100-150 dollars per acre.Nornew called me yesterday out of the blue 150.00 per acre 5 years 12.5%.
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Re: Lease Offer

Postby pondboss » Fri Aug 22, 2008 4:46 pm

im in chenengo...fourtuna offered 50 dollars an acre(idont remember what the royalties offered) most of the surrounding neihbors signed...that was 2 years ago...they hasseled me by phone and mail for a year.chris said they would do that and then go silent like they are playing out.hang in together guys.
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Re: Lease Offer

Postby jmacewen » Wed Aug 27, 2008 6:46 am

A co-worker of mine with land in Masonville,,in Deleware County, was just offered $2,411.00 an acre and 15% royalties by XTO. This was their initial offer! The contract was for 5 years with an option for the gas company to renegotiate a 2 year extension. He signed.
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Re: Lease Offer

Postby Jawk50 » Tue Feb 17, 2009 9:12 pm

Hi, I am west of Syracuse NY, Was contacted by Prospect Land Services offer $25 / acre to me upfront (If gas hit 12.5% divided among the land owners in what they call a block - can't get a definition for a block?) Are thier any others out there with information about offers in this region???
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Re: Lease Offer

Postby efras » Wed Feb 18, 2009 8:14 pm


I am east of syracuse and was approached in november with the same offer you got. It was from Salt city resources or something like that. Definitely dont settle for something that low. I am waiting for several thousand per acre, might take 5 years, but it would be worth it.
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