Kansas

Drilling in Kansas first began in the early 1860’s in Miami County. Efforts were economically unproductive because natural gas was not popular until the 1890’s. It wasn’t until 1915 in the El Dorado oil field that Kansas became a significant state of oil production. Kansas was also the first state to effectively use geologists to map out oil pockets.

Today, Kansas has produced more than 6.7 billion barrels of oil and 41.2 trillion cubic feet of natural gas

If you're looking to sell your mineral rights in Kansas, Royalty Clearinghouse is an expert in acquisitions of oil and gas in the state. Over the years, we have purchased and managed mineral interests all over Kansas. Some of the counties we focus on are listed below.

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Counties

  • Barber

  • Barton
  • Grant
  • Harper
  • Stanton
  • Russell

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