Why Sell My Mineral Interests?
monthly payments for your oil or gas royalties, but these don’t always
accommodate the financial assurances you need. Some advantages to selling your
oil and gas royalties and/or mineral interests are that you receive a lump sum
payout rather than monthly, quarterly or yearly checks. It can also eliminate
the expenses for trusts, estates, partnerships and monthly distributions as well
as the paperwork and accounting challenges. It gives you the ability to convert
your asset from depleting to non-depleting. And it allows estate consolidation
How long does it take to sell my Mineral Interests?
It often takes several days to several weeks pending the information currently available and presented by the Seller. Many royalty companies string Sellers along for periods of 60-90 days or more, however we offer solutions that work for all parties and work and fit within the guidelines and timelines of the Sellers for the fastest closing possible.
Why Should I Sell My Mineral Interests to Larson?
Quite simply Larson offers the top price for your minerals and works toward getting you your money as soon as possible...Today, Larson is actively pursuing oil and gas royalty acquisitions throughout the United States. Larson typically offers between 48 and 72 times the monthly income generated by the oil and gas properties, dependent upon certain evaluation parameters. Whether it’s a small interest worth a few thousand dollars or an interest worth several million, we pride ourselves on professional and discreet business transactions.
Am I Obligated to Sell if I Receive an Offer?
You are not under any obligation to sell your interest at any time until you agree to sell.
How do I Calculate My Royalty Interest?
Divide the Number of (Net) Mineral Acres You Own within the Unit by the Total Acres within the Unit, and multiply this by your royalty interest Listed in your Oil & Gas Lease.
Follow the Example Below:
Net Acre(s): 15 Acres
Unit Size: 640 Acres
Royalty: 20% or 1/5th
15 ac/640ac X .20 = .004688 Royalty Interest.
What's the Difference Between Mineral Interests (MI), Royalty Interests (RI), Overriding Royalty Interests (ORRI) & Working Interest (WI)?
MI RI ORRI WI
Generates revenue from well production Y Y Y Y
Owns the sub-surface minerals Y Y N N
Ownership continues after production stops Y Y N N
Collects upfront bonus payments Y N N N
Has rights to executive leases Y N N N
Pays for the drilling &/or operation of the well N N N Y
Pays for the lease and well operating expenses N N N Y
Tax Advantages N N N Y
Non-Participating Royalty Interests (NPRI) - Interest similar to ORRI's but typically not bound to a well or lease, they are typically bound to Minerals or Mineral Rights assigned by a land/mineral right owner conveying either a permanent royalty or temporary royalty off his mineral rights and lands, typically NPRI do not have executive rights to bonuses but the NPRI owner is carried and bound by such leases that are executed by the true Mineral Rights Owner.
What are the Future Predictions for Oil and Gas Prices?
We feel it’s a better approach to focus less on Future Prices and Forecasts and more on current trends since experts cannot agree on oil inventories or the volatility of the markets and what the future will have in store for Oil or Gas.
What If I have Additional Questions Not Answered on this Page?
Contact us by calling 972-571-8198.