Kathy Maestas Bales

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Name: Kathy Maestas Bales
Date registered: June 14, 2008
URL: http://techkat.com

Latest posts

  1. Summer 2017 Update on Gas Leasing for NHMOC — August 17, 2017
  2. Update On Recent Developments — December 22, 2014
  3. NHMOC Begins Talks With The Caffey Group — July 21, 2014
  4. Well Pad Site Approved at the North Hills Mall — June 14, 2014
  5. New Gas Well at the Old Mall — May 29, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. NHMOC Is Alive And Well And Still Working For You… — 7 comments
  2. The North Hills Mineral Owners Coalition and Chesapeake have a deal! — 4 comments
  3. Misleading Postcards: Here’s The Straight Skinny — 3 comments
  4. Important Update For Those With Expiring Leases — 2 comments
  5. Well Pad Site Approved at the North Hills Mall — 2 comments

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Aug 17

Summer 2017 Update on Gas Leasing for NHMOC

Back in 2014 we held meetings with the Caffey group to try and arrange a deal for our members on a gas lease. We supported The Caffey Group in the City Hall meeting where they applied for a pad site permit at the old North Hills Mall. The permit was approved for five years, which …

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Dec 22

Update On Recent Developments

Last July, the City Council awarded the Caffey Group, with our support, a padsite permit at the old North Hills Mall. During the next few months, there was little contact between us and the Caffey Group, as Caffey was further formulating their plans. Even the City of North Richland Hills that approved and regulates the …

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Jul 21

NHMOC Begins Talks With The Caffey Group

Chesapeake’s lease on the Hills Church of Christ has expired, and they have no current plans to drill in that area. That leaves the Caffey Group with the flexibility of drilling the entire Kest A and Kest B units (on the site of the former North Hills Mall). Our attorney, Mark Nastri, and Paul Lee …

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Jun 14

Well Pad Site Approved at the North Hills Mall

This past Monday night the NRH city council approved the permit request from the Caffey Group, for a gas well drill site to be located at the North Hills Mall property. The drilling permit is good for five years, includes up to 16 wells, and the Caffey Group has six months to spud the first …

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May 29

New Gas Well at the Old Mall

It appears that The Caffey Group, a Tarrant County based oil and gas company, has reached an agreement with the owners of the old North Hills Mall property for a gas drillsite to be located behind the United Methodist Church on Glenview Drive. Further, on May 15th, The Caffey Group petitioned the City Planning and …

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Feb 14

NHMOC Members Sign Leases

Last September the NHMOC arranged lease signings for our members in the TCCD South and The Leaf Units to be drilled from the well at Harwood and Blvd 26 on the TCC south campus. About 100 members signed leases at that time. Shortly after the signings, Chesapeake went though a Corporate reorganization and closed the …

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Aug 31

The North Hills Mineral Owners Coalition and Chesapeake have a deal!

We have signed an agreement with Chesapeake Energy, LLC to represent our members in two units to be drilled from the TCC padsite at Harwood and Blvd 26 in North Richland Hills, Texas. One unit includes most of “Home Town”, and the other stretches south from Harwood toward the North East Mall. The TCCD South …

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Apr 29

Drilling Activity Update for Spring 2013

The North Hills Mineral Owners Coalition is alive and well and working in your best interest. While activity has been slow due to the low price of natural gas, we are starting to see some signs of activity. According to the City of North Richland Hills, they expect eight new wells to be drilled this …

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May 11

Bond Passage Could Encourage Gas Development

Just a quick note to let you know that the North Hills Mineral Owners Coalition supports the passage of the bond issue in Saturday’s election as it will open the door for the development of the old North Hills Mall property which could then include a gas well. So remember to vote on Saturday, May …

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Mar 30

Town Hall Meetings on NRH Bond Election

The following article appeared in the NRH newsletter. We are encouraging our members to attend a meeting near you and support the bond election. Relocating the municipal complex to the old North Hills Mall property would provide the fast track for a development plan for the mall area, which needed to be presented prior to …

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