Lease & Surface Owners

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A delay rental payment is paid to the lessor by a lessee to adhere to the terms of an oil and gas lease in the absence of operations and/or production. This type of payment can be issued annually or paid-up in a lump sum depending on the contractual obligations of the lease.

If at the end of the term of the lease and operations and/or production have not begun, lessee may have the option to extend the lease for an additional term by issuing payment, either annually or paid-up in a lump sum, depending on the contractual obligations of the lease.

For further information on rental payments, please contact the CRC hotline, 1-855-272-5519 Option 1 or email using the Land Owner Assistance contact form.

A surface payment compensates the surface owner for any current and/or future losses on the property or allows for access to drill sites adjacent to the property. This type of payment is typically issued annually depending on the contractual obligations of the surface agreement.

For further information on surface payments, please contact the CRC hotline, 1-855-272-5519 Option 1 or email using the Land Owner Assistance contact form.

A property is considered producing when there is an active oil or gas well within its legal boundaries and depths. CRC is continuously evaluating its leasehold property to determine where an oil or gas well will be drilled to achieve the most beneficial and economic rate of return for the owner and CRC itself.

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