How often is revenue distributed and how are we paid?
Once you invest in oil and gas royalties, you will receive a monthly check from us for as long as you remain an investor.
What are my liabilities?
Royalty interest holders do not pay anything for the development of the field. All of those expenses are paid for by the developers (oil producers and drillers). The same is true for maintenance of the field. The fields we offer royalty investment in have been carefully chosen to have proven reserves with a longer-than-normal life span.
Are there any cash calls?
No, there are no cash calls on your original investments in royalties. However, you may choose to invest more money in additional royalty properties at any time, subject to their availability.
Is it possible to liquidate my position down the road?
Much like an investment in real estate, oil and gas royalties are liquid within a reasonable time frame. After a three year period, you have quite a bit of flexibility with the investment. You may sell it to whomever you wish.
What happens if there is maintenance required to increase recovery rates on existing wells or when new wells get drilled?
All development, maintenance, drilling, and equipment costs are paid for by the developer of the particular field, and are not, and will never be, the responsibility of the royalty investor.
How long do these wells last?
Thanks to improvements in tried-and-true technologies, such as fracking and horizontal drilling, the productive life span of a well is much longer now than in previous times, in many cases it’s now well over 50 years. Because Royal Mesa Minerals does its homework before entering into any particular play, our track record of successful, long-lived wells speaks for itself.
How do I get started with an investment?
Contact us by calling (214) 706-9034 or fill out our contact form here.