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Welcome to The Mineral Rights Podcast! I'm here to help you to make the most out of your oil and gas mineral rights and royalty interests. From the latest mineral rights news to featured guests, get the knowledge and resources you need to manage your minerals and royalties.
 
The Greenpeace Podcast brings you sound-rich environmental stories that travel across borders. Engaging listeners through storytelling, this podcast builds environmental literacy in a way that inspires, amuses and empowers. Listen to monthly 15 minute episodes that break down some of today's hottest and most controversial environmental issues. Greenpeace is an independent, campaigning organisation which uses non-violent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems, and to ...
 
Albertastan.ca is a progressive & independent Alberta political commentary podcast discussing popular social issues, critical of the way in which our popular media covers all things politics in our province. From a social-democratic & satirical view, hosted by Richard Gordon, we offer a voice for real change & understanding in Alberta’s political & environmental climate!
 
Tar Sands Diplomat is a satirical thriller set at the Canadian diplomatic mission in Brussels. After a Russian prostitute dramatically murders the Canadian mission's star diplomat with an Inuit statue, Macgregor is plunged into a world of spooks, Big Oil, Russian oligarchs and eco-hacktivists that leads him back to a well-connected Canadian oil company and the Prime Minister's Office in Ottawa. Author Keith Halliday was formerly the twelfth most senior diplomat at the Canadian Mission to the ...
 
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Did you know that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) administers over 245 million surface acres and over 700 million acres of federal minerals in the United States? The interesting thing is that private mineral rights can be pooled with federal or state mineral rights when spacing units are formed. Learn how you can find out if this might apply to…
 
US President-elect Joe Biden is to cancel the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline on his first day in office, North American media report.The pipeline is projected to carry oil nearly 1,200 miles (1,900km) from the Canadian province of Alberta down to Nebraska, to join an existing pipeline.Environmentalists and First Nations have fought the project …
 
Water is becoming an ever more important commodity, especially in the Western United States. In this episode, we dive in to the world of water rights (sorry, I couldn't resist ;). From the different systems that govern water rights across the country, to whether or not they can be bought or sold, to the similarities and differences between water ri…
 
Albertastan talks about the the failed domestic terror attack on the Capitol that was sponsored by the 45th President and various other republican sycophants. We talk about what it means for the future and what it means for democracy. Thanks for listening to the www.Albertastan.ca Podcast!! Check us out at www.albertastan.ca and please consider a d…
 
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for January 2021, we talk about aggressive energy policies from Washington, drilling falls to new lows, and North Face gets blasted for refusing jacket order for oil and gas service company. U.S. shale should be worried about ‘very aggressive’ policies coming from Washington, energy secretary says…
 
Caution this episode looks at the darker side of Muskegon's history and contains themes not suitable for younger audiences. On the podcast today we dive into the darker side of Muskegon's history and present the history of the Canterbury House, a place where everything goes and where you could find your hearts desires. This house catered to lumberj…
 
Wondering what you missed on the Mineral Rights podcast in 2020? Here are Matt and Justin's picks for the most impactful podcast episodes of 2020. Despite the challenges we faced in 2020, we’ve had some amazing guests and covered some high-impact topics this year and so we are going to share a few clips from some of our favorite and most useful epi…
 
What do Groucho Marx and James Dean have in common? Also, did you know that Bing Crosby (yes the same White Christmas Bing Crosby) owned mineral rights in Grady County, Oklahoma? Today's guest, attorney Richard Winblad, tells us these fun and interesting stories and more. You may recognize Richard's name from the Mineral Rights Forum as he is a fre…
 
The value of your mineral rights to you is what is most important. We may have a connection with our mineral rights since they have been handed down within our families for generations. That said, there are several factors that can impact the value of your mineral rights and royalties. In this episode, we break down the top 6 biggest factors that i…
 
Much like many of us today, people 100 years ago like to have pine trees in their home for the holiday season. However those that lived in large cities like Chicago had trouble finding trees. Enter lumber schooners who on their last trip of the year would often load their deck and hold with evergreens to bring to the market and sell. Today we look …
 
Water management is big business in unconventional oil & gas fields. Today we talk about produced water and things to consider if you are approached to sell or lease your land for a saltwater disposal well (aka SWD well). This episode is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as investment or legal advice. Show notes can be fou…
 
Albertastan is talking once again to canadiantrendsblog.ca's Richard Fantin about the great reset. Join us as we expand on some concepts we may have only alluded to last episode and shed new light on the topic of the future organizational hierarchy of humankind. https://youtu.be/728rqX4Vqkc Thanks for listening to the www.Albertastan.ca Podcast!! C…
 
In this month’s mineral rights news episode for December 2020: Court: 118-year-old document gives Anadarko mineral rights to Lincoln County land Dueling Dinosaurs Find Scientific Community, Despite Near Fossilization Of Legal Case Sen. Heinrich wants to protect the Pecos watershed from future mining Colorado Has A Brand New Set Of Oil And Gas Rules…
 
Chach tries in vain to explain to the province how pandering to the UCP base of support, and the economy, is all that matters during a provincial public health emergency and you should give your life for it. Don’t be a commie! Thanks for listening to the www.Albertastan.ca Podcast!! Check us out at www.albertastan.ca and please consider a donation …
 
Richard Gordon is talking with Richard Fantin of Canadiantrendsblog[dot]ca in a fact based discussion about the “Great Reset” where we try to find out what it’s actually about and what its not about, what that means to you and why you should care. Show Notes Check out Richard Fantin’s blog @ https://www.canadiantrendsblog.ca Chris Martenson’s episo…
 
This week is part two of our 2020 listener questions series where we answer questions submitted by Jonna, Kevin, Marla, and Sean. If you haven't listen to part one yet, be sure to go back and listen to Episode 80 as well. Thanks again to everyone who left a review or who submitted a question. If you have a question about your minerals or royalties,…
 
In this episode, we shout out listeners who left a review on Apple Podcasts and we answer the questions that were submitted by Butch, Gregg, Frank, and Ken via email. In fact, we had so many questions in the backlog that we had to split this into two episodes. Stay tuned for Part Two next week! Thanks again to everyone who left a review or who subm…
 
Operating for only a short time, the Lake Harbor railroad ran along the lake from today's Pere Marquette Beach to the Mona Lake Channel. This railroad was built to serve those headed to the resorts in the Lake Harbor area. On today's episode we discuss its construction and history with local historian Garry Olson. --- Support this podcast: https://…
 
The boys form Albertastan are talking about the Alberta Auditor General’s report from last week that proves the UCP are a bunch of absolute clowns, as well as this UCP-governments bungled response to a fresh wave of the pandemic currently plowing hospitals under. Then we end it on a high note with the crowning of Alberta’s newest “Bozo Eruption of …
 
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for November 2020, we talk a novel technology that addresses renewable energy storage issues, peak oil demand after COVID, the latest mergers of U.S. shale producers, and why the recent Texas Railroad Commission election was so important An $11 trillion global hydrogen energy boom is coming. Here’…
 
Albertastan is talking wildcat strikes at AHS institutions across the province, how Bill 41 is just another way to reduce coverage and limit legal costs for Alberta’s crooked insurance racket. Then we dive into US election predictions and pandemonium. Plus! Bozo Eruptions are baaack and, Chach & Puke try not to induce a coma talking about the BC & …
 
Selling your mineral rights? Here's what you need to know about how to sell your minerals or royalties to get the highest price possible from a sale or lease and the three primary ways this can be done. This is a deep dive into the 4th tip that we covered in Episode 70 about what to know if you are thinking about selling your minerals or royalties.…
 
Chach & Puke hash out more than 7% of the slap-stick comedy that the UCP has turned to for things like curriculum advice, Policy 11 and how to surrender your wealth to the rich. Also some straight talk about the events unfolding for the Mi’kmaq in south western Nova Scotia, the WE scandal and the possible confidence vote that may be forced on Trude…
 
In this episode, we do a deeper dive on the issue of a fracking ban on federal lands that Joe Biden has talked about implementing if he gets elected president in 2020. To help you understand what this might mean for the value of your mineral rights and for the future royalties that you might receive, we look at what it would mean for the oil & gas …
 
When you read about the coming transition to renewable energy, critical minerals may not be the first thing that comes to mind. That said, these minerals are critical (pun intended) for the "renewable" energy infrastructure being touted by some politicians. From solar panels and wind turbines to electric vehicles and the large quantities of batteri…
 
In 1913 a curious site was seen on the beach in Muskegon. A new invention never before seen in the area landed in the water nearby and a curious figured emerge, a bird-man. This was the first time a plane had been seen in Muskegon much less one that could land on water. Today's podcast tells the story of the race around the Great Lakes that brought…
 
Rich and Hugh beat up the idea that you can grow the economy by taking money out of the community. We react to the untold sums now lost to the ideology of austerity during a crisis and the job losses slated for AHS. Thanks for listening to the www.Albertastan.ca Podcast!! Check us out at www.albertastan.ca and please consider a donation to the show…
 
In this episode, we provide an overview of key facts about the SCOOP, STACK, and MERGE Play in the Anadarko Basin in Oklahoma. This is the fifth episode in our series about the major producing oil and gas basins and plays in the US. Please let us know if you have any requests on a particular area that you would like us to cover. We covered the Perm…
 
Rich and Hugh hash out the pearl clutching around the AFL’s boycott website, rural tax increases, a provincial police force and we check on the fly from Pence’s head. Thanks for listening to the www.Albertastan.ca Podcast!! Check us out at www.albertastan.ca and please consider a donation to the show! If not, please share, comment, rate and subscri…
 
In the 1880s digging for brine lead to a curious discovery, the presence of oil in many parts of Muskegon County. It will not until the end of the 1920s that this oil and its potential impact on Muskegon County was realized, as the first oil wells were dug. Learn about the fascinating history of the discovery and harvesting of oil, and its impact o…
 
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for October 2020, we talk about the first presidential debate and the candidate's energy policies and the trouble that is brewing in Colorado around increased setbacks from oil & gas facilities: Bigger setbacks, other regs get preliminary COGCC approval | Colorado Cattlemen's Association criticize…
 
The 2020 presidential election is looking to have a big impact on energy policy in the United States. When it comes to energy and the environment and being able to understand both the positive and negative effects, it is important to look at the data in an objective manner. And this is exactly where this week's guest comes in. Alex Epstein is a phi…
 
You're get a financial reckoning, and you're get a financial reckoning and everybody's going to get a financial reckoning except the UCP and their party palls! Join Rich as he leads a tour of the zany and wacky world of UCP business acumen. ______________________________________________________________________ Thanks for listening to the www.Albert…
 
Post-production costs are important for royalty owners to understand because they can result in a significant deduction from your oil or natural gas royalty check. In this episode, we talk about what they are, what you need to know, about post-production costs, an extreme example and why a cost-free oil and gas lease is so valuable, and steps you c…
 
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for September 2020: Family's win in mineral rights dispute may lead to similar lawsuits against North Dakota | Three men accused of mineral rights, royalties diversion scam | Investment Firm Pays Occidental $1.33 Billion For Wyoming Lands, Mineral Rights As always, you can go to mineralrightspodca…
 
The fur trade in Michigan attracted some of the earliest Europeans to the area and led to the earliest interaction between these Europeans and Native Americans. Muskegon County with its many lakes and rivers was a destination for the animals valued by the fur traders and Native Americans alike. On today's episode we dive into the history of those f…
 
Have you been thinking about selling your mineral rights or royalties but are not sure where to start? If so, then you are in luck because that is exactly what today's episode is about. You can find the show notes at mineralrightspodcast.com/episode70 There you will find the link to download my free cheat sheet with the important details behind the…
 
Rich claps back at the commentary coming from the right of our criticism of the CPC’s newly appointed, milk-toast leader, Erin O’Toole. ______________________________________________________________________ Thanks for listening to the www.Albertastan.ca Podcast!! Check us out at www.albertastan.ca and please consider a donation to the show! If not,…
 
In 1918 a new strand of the influenza virus reached Michigan and Muskegon. This Spanish Flu as it was called would become the worst pandemic the world has seen. The response to the pandemic in Muskegon and Michigan has many similarities with our current pandemic, this is the story of what occurred during that year. --- Support this podcast: https:/…
 
I'm extremely excited to welcome Tim Pawul with the Oil & Gas Council and the host of the Minerals & Royalties Podcast to our show. His podcast features interviews with some of the leading CEOs & Investors in the minerals & royalties space with the ultimate purpose to educate investors on the space, thus equipping them with the knowledge base neede…
 
Rich sits down with neurologist and hard to ignore advocate Dr. Wing Kar Li to talk about being targeted for harassment by the UCP’s squad of propagandists and how they themselves have become the issue. Thanks for listening to the www.Albertastan.ca Podcast!! Check us out at www.albertastan.ca and please consider a donation to the show! If not, ple…
 
Launched by a meme, Albertastan contributor Puke sits down with Rich to look at the bat-sh*t crazy things conservative voters have to say about Coronavirus. Muh-freedums! ______________________________________________________________________ Thanks for listening to the www.Albertastan.ca Podcast!! Check us out at www.albertastan.ca and please consi…
 
In this month's Mineral Rights Podcast news episode for August 2020: ND Supreme Court rejects challenge to law that would return mineral rights the state had claimed under Lake Sakakawea | BP built its business on oil and gas. Now climate change is taking it apart | Mineral rights owner Fortis Minerals withdraws estimated $400 million IPO As always…
 
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