RoyaltyBuyer.com
We are a mineral and royalty investment firm with over thirty-five years experience evaluating and purchasing oil and gas royalties, minerals, leases, wells and real estate. Our experts are a friendly and knowledgeable source of information and we place emphasis on building and cultivating strong relationships with Mineral and Royalty Owners. Each of our clients, no matter how big or small, has our assurance that every evaluation we provide is based on fair market price and calculated to the best of our ability. We look forward to answering your questions and to working with you in any manner you feel comfortable.
FREE EVALUATION
AREAS OF INTEREST

Royalty Buyer acquires royalties, minerals, and overriding royalties across the country, coast-to-coast, including Texas, Oklahoma, North Dakota, New Mexico, Wyoming, Louisiana and Colorado. Learn more about key Oil & Gas plays across the country here: http://www.eia.gov/maps/maps.html

CONTACT US to see how we can help you. Royalty Buyer's assessment of the productivity of your gas and oil resources will generate a competitive price. We pride ourselves on offering our clients the highest quality experience. We want you to feel comfortable with our experts and our process, so we will explain and guide you step-by-step as we go from Evaluation to Offer.








STEP 1

Call us or fill out the FREE EVALUATION form in order to start the process.

NO OBLIGATION TO SELL!

FREE EVALUATION

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STEP 2

Within 24 hours of your initial submission, we will contact you.

At this time, we will walk you through the process, so you know what to expect from us and how long the process may take.

During this initial follow up, we may request additional information, if needed.
 
STEP 3

Our experts will analyze and value your property in order to present you with the fairest offer.

Our evaluation takes into consideration several factors, including historical and current activity, technological advancements that may increase the value of your minerals, and the latest drilling and lease data from a multitude of sources.
 
STEP 4

We will contact you with our formal offer, including the details of the transaction as well as the necessary paperwork for your review.

If you accept the offer we will finalize the paperwork and submit it to you for your signature, along with a bank draft for payment.



FREE EVALUATION FORM

Submit your royalty or mineral property for a confidential, no-obligation evaluation. Help us prepare an offer for your consideration by completing the following informaiton as completely as possible. This evaluation is free and there is no obligation to sell your royalty or minerals.

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SELLER RESOURCES

Our staff uses in-house developed tools and projections for the productivity of the oil and gas in place, FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PACE OF THE AREA and existing and projected market conditions. Using this extensive information and analysis, we develop projections of future productivity of your asset to determine its value. Though by no means is this an exhaustive list of factors we also consider all of the following:

  • Type of Property
  • Type of Interest
  • Drilling Activity
  • Production Rates
  • Reservoir Characteristics
  • Completion Techiques
  • Product Mix
  • Tax Environment
  • Product Quality
  • Cash Flow
  • Product Pricing
  • Location
  • Operator / Lessee Competency
  • Terms of Existing Oil & Gas Lease
  • Type of Property
  • Type of Interest
  • Drilling Activity
  • Production Rates
  • Reservoir Characteristics
  • Completion Techiques
  • Product Mix
  • Tax Environment
  • Product Quality
  • Cash Flow
  • Product Pricing
  • Location
  • Operator / Lessee Competency
  • Terms of Existing Oil & Gas Lease

There are actually four different types of mineral ownership, each with certain rights and obligations.

  • Mineral Interest ‐ An interest generated after the production of oil and gas, after a sale of property including mineral rights, or upon signing a lease.

  • Royalty Interest ‐ An interest which occurs when mineral rights are leased. When a mineral interest owner (Lessor) enters into a mineral lease agreement with another party (Lessee), the Lessor retains a royalty interest.

  • Working Interest ‐ A working interest is ownership in an oil and/or gas well which can be created when a mineral interest owner does not lease his/her minerals, but instead chooses to own an interest in the well being drilled. A working interest can also be created by contract called a Joint Operating Agreement. A working interest owner is responsible for his/her share of the costs associated with drilling and operating the well. They are also responsible for their share of liabilities associated with the well.

  • Overriding Royalty Interest ‐ An ORRI differs from the previous types of ownership in that it does not provide ownership of any minerals under the ground, but rather ownership of a portion of revenue generated from oil and gas production.

A Mineral Interest owner can sell his/her mineral rights. Even if a mineral interest owner only owns a partial interest in the minerals, he/she can sell their portion of the mineral rights without the approval of any of the other owners.

A Working Interest owner can sell his/her interest in the well and mineral leases he/she owns.

A Royalty Interest owner can sell his/her royalty interest only. A royalty interest owner cannot sell or lease minerals.

An Overriding Royalty Interest owner can sell his/her ORRI. An ORRI owner cannot sell or lease minerals either.

A proper valuation of a mineral royalty interest will factor in the indications of value developed utilizing the market-based and income-based approaches. But a truly reliable valuation, however, is much more than the calculations that result in the final answer.

It is the underlying analysis of the mineral royalty and its unique characteristics that provide relevance and credibility to these calculations. This is why industry "rules-of-thumb" are dangerous to rely on in any meaningful transaction.

Such rules often fail to consider the specific characteristics of an interest and, as such, can fail to deliver insightful indications of value. A mineral royalty owner executing or planning a transition of ownership can enhance confidence in the decisions being made only through reliance on a complete and accurate valuation of the interest. There are many different factors that affect oil and gas royalties value and we assure all of our clients that we use as many factors as are relevant to each royalty interest. Each of these factors will play a role in the market value for selling oil and gas royalties.

Below are just a few of the key factors affecting oil and gas royalties value:

  • Average Monthly Income
  • Oil Prices
  • Decline Curve
  • Lease Agreement Terms
  • Additional Drilling Opportunities
  • State / County of Property
  • Operator