What documentation is required for a name change?

The appropriate documents are listed below by and may be submitted via email at divisionorders@extractionog.com.; fax at 720-557-8301 or mail to Attn: Division Orders 370 17th Street, Suite 5300 Denver, CO 80202. Individual: Copy of marriage certificate Divorce decree reinstating maiden name Other documents affecting a name change Company: Certificate of Name Change with verification […]

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How do I change my address?

Download the Change of Address form, complete all sections and return to Extraction Oil and Gas via email at divisionorders@extractionog.com; fax at 720-557-8301 or mail to Attn: Division Orders 370 17th Street, Suite 5300 Denver, CO 80202. […]

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How is my royalty interest calculated?

Royalty is calculated based on the following: Take the number of net mineral acres that you own within a well’s drilling or spacing unit (example: If you own an undivided 1/2 mineral interest in 80 acres, you own 40 net mineral acres); Divide that number by the total acres in that well’s drilling or spacing […]

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What is a Division Order?

A Division Order is a document confirming ownership information in a particular property/unit and authorizing distribution of funds according to that information. The Division Order does NOT represent a sale of your property or any changes to your lease. When you sign and return the Division Order, you confirm that you agree with the information […]

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How do I make a change to my ownership?

The types of documents that can change ownership on a real property account include (but are not limited to): a deed, title, a court order, a death certificate, or probate. In some cases, there may be a need to file more than one type of document to complete the process. The documents must be recorded […]

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