Welcome to The Mineral Rights Podcast! I'm here to help you to make the most out of your oil and gas mineral rights and royalty interests. From the latest mineral rights news to featured guests, get the knowledge and resources you need to manage your minerals and royalties.
MRP 76: Leasing Mineral Rights for Mining Potash and Other Critical Minerals
Growing the food required to feed the growing global population uses a lot of fertilizer, and potash is a naturally occurring ingredient in fertilizer.
And when you read about the coming transition to renewable energy, critical minerals like lithium and cobalt are needed to make it happen.
In this episode we talk about what Potash is, where it is located, things to think about before signing a mining lease to allow mining potash or other critical minerals.
MRP 75: Overview of the SCOOP, STACK, and MERGE Plays in Oklahoma
In this episode, we provide an overview of key facts about the SCOOP, STACK, and MERGE Play in the Anadarko Basin in Oklahoma. This is the fifth episode in our series about the major producing oil and gas basins and plays in the US. We covered the Permian Basin, DJ Basin, Uinta Basin, and Powder River Basin in previous episodes.
The Maps, Charts, and Data that we mention can be found in the show notes for this episode at mineralrightspodcast.com.
MRP 74: Mineral Rights News October 2020
In this month's news episode, we talk about the first presidential debate and energy policy and the trouble that is brewing in Colorado around increased setbacks from oil & gas facilities:
Bigger setbacks, other regs get preliminary COGCC approval | Colorado Cattlemen's Association criticizes COGCC's setback plans | Joe Biden Wants to Make Almost Every Policy a Climate Change Policy
Go to mineralrightspodcast.com for the links to these articles and other resources mentioned in this episode.
MRP 73: Alex Epstein and The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels
The 2020 presidential election is looking to have a big impact on energy policy in the US. When it comes to energy and the environment, it is important to look at the positive and negative effects. And this is exactly where this week's guest comes in.
Alex Epstein is the author of The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels, a New York Times bestseller who argues that if we look at the big picture, human flourishing requires that we use MORE fossil fuels not less. Learn more at EnergyTalkingPoints.com.
MRP 72: What You Should Know About Post-Production Costs
Post-production costs are important for royalty owners to understand because they can result in a significant deduction from your oil or natural gas royalty check.
In this episode, we talk about what they are, what you need to know, about post-production costs, an extreme example and why a cost-free oil and gas lease is so valuable, and steps you can take if you are charged post-production costs on your oil or gas royalties.
MRP 71: Mineral Rights News September 2020
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for September 2020:
Family's win in mineral rights dispute may lead to similar lawsuits against North Dakota | Three men accused of mineral rights, royalties diversion scam | Investment Firm Pays Occidental $1.33 Billion For Wyoming Lands, Mineral Rights
Go to mineralrightspodcast.com to find the links to these articles. To send us an article you would like us to cover in a future episode, please email email@example.com
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Fantastic podcast for the novice mineral right owner
I just found this podcast a few weeks ago and have spent hours already trying to gain a basic understanding of the oil and gas industry. My siblings and I inherited my dad’s oil companies and mineral rights when he passed away unexpectedly in 2006. I wish I would have had a resource like that years ago but better late than never! Thank you for explaining the verbiage and how this industry works for those who are not acquainted with the oil and gas industry!
Mineral Rights Podcast
Excellent resource for the oil and gas mineral/royalty owner! The balanced emphasis on the perennial nuts and bolts of managing such interests, as well as timely updates on market conditions and other developments of interest, should benefit owners and advisors of all levels of knowledge and experience. Finally, unlike some other products out there, Matt and his guests offer thoughtful and dispassionate perspectives on matters directly impacting the mineral/royalty owner, as opposed to a bunch of ideological blather or oil-industry spin.
Mineral Rights for the Accountant
I’ve worked in the oil and gas industry an account for about 12 years. This podcast has really helped me connect how mineral rights and my work as an accountant fit together. Even after working in the industry for this long, I learn something new in every episode of the show. Keep up the great work.