Greystone Energy & Minerals is a mineral and royalty acquisition company focused on acquiring mineral and royalty interest in U.S. Shale Plays. Whether your minerals are leased or open to be leased, non-producing or producing, we would like to provide you a no-strings-attached offer. Our upfront, transparent evaluation will allow the mineral owner to make an informed decision. Not every mineral or royalty acre will be the right fit for us, and we promise not to waste your time if that is the case.
GEM closes promptly, typically in 30 business days or less.
We provide non-refundable earnest money in most cases.
GEM pays for all title and recording costs.
Things To Know
We do not require the mineral owner to sell 100% of their oil and gas interest. We encourage you to sell the portion that best suits your needs or goals. Mineral owners can often become confused with an offer to lease their mineral interest and an offer to purchase the mineral interest. Unless specifically stated in writing, GEM is not making the mineral owner an offer to lease their mineral interest. If you have any questions we will be glad to further explain. Give us a call or shoot us an email. Mineral Rights provides the owner with the right to exploit, mine, and produce all of the minerals lying below the surface of the property. In addition, mineral owners have the right to use the surface necessary to access the minerals, collect bonus money and receive delay rentals and royalties. These rights are also known as executive rights. Royalty is the right to receive a share of the oil and gas produced free of any costs associated with producing the well. A royalty interest does not come with executive rights.
Everyone has their own reasons for selling and they're all different. We have had people tell us they sold for the following reasons: some wanted to address their immediate needs rather than wait to see if a well will be drilled. Some are looking to enjoy a nice pay day now. Others realize the oil and gas industry is risky, a bird in the hand is worth more than two in a bush, so take a guaranteed profit. Still others use their proceeds as a private loan to expand their existing business and avoid borrowing money.
As most people know, it is not a great idea to put all your eggs in one basket. We take our pool of investment funds and use them to acquire mineral interest across thousands of acres. By doing so, we reduce our risk of being located in a poor or non-productive area. We value acreage in premier oil and gas plays, but we also believe good geology exists in other basins for future development. These funds are allocated for long-term investment objectives and not overnight returns.
Greystone was founded by Jeremey Hankins and Ryan Mobley to create a mineral and royalty company that combines their industry expertise, as mineral buyers and as mineral owners, to better serve the needs of mineral owners.
Ryan has held key positions with two premier E&P companies where he was personally responsible for the acquisitions of more than 10,000 acres of mineral royalty interests. Most recently managing the day-to-day acquisitions in the Appalachian business unit for a $500 million private equity funded mineral company.
Combined, the two have closed more than $75 million in mineral transactions and have over a decade of experience in the mineral industry. Greystone Energy & Minerals, LLC acquires all types of mineral and royalty interests throughout the United States, while providing mineral owners with an experienced management team in which they can rely on when divesting their mineral interest.We firmly believe in conducting mineral transactions with transparency and an open line of communication. The mineral owner will never be ignored when trying to reach us, nor will their questions go unanswered. GEM strives to be a household name in the industry by operating under a higher set of standards than what mineral owners and our peers expect.
Areas of Interest
GEM evaluates and acquires minerals across the U.S. Our specific areas of focus include the following states and their respective resource plays: