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Don wrote at 2012-12-29 23:36:46
Their isn't any activity in Jefferson County Oklahoma at the moment. Most of the activity was back in 2010 and the lease terms were $75=$125 per acre and Royalty were 12.5% to 18.75%. Most of the previous historical producing areas

have been  depleted. The Jefferson County area is out on the edge of the productive Woodford Shale Play and not producible. You would be lucky to get any type of lease. Jones Energy tried to drill 2 horizontal wells after leasing 18 sections of land. They were unsuccessful with the 1st well being a stripper well and the 2nd well not even completed.  


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