Given the current market environment we’ve been receiving questions regarding University Lands’ shut-in procedures.  If your company would like to request approval to shut-in a well on PUF lands, please complete a Shut-in Certificate Application for each UL Lease, then scan and email to the appropriate Landman (see chart below). If you are requesting approval to shut in multiple wells on one University Lands lease, please include information for all applicable wells. Once we have had the opportunity to review your request, and if we approve, we will send an invoice for the appropriate amount and provide your company with a Shut-In Certificate upon receipt of payment. Shut-In Certificates are valid for one calendar year from the shut-in date.

Please note, in order for a well to be eligible for shut-in, it must be capable of producing oil and/or gas in paying quantities as of March 1, 2020. If the well does not meet these criteria, the shut-in application will not be approved.

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County Assignment Landman
Andrews, Crane, Dawson, Gaines, Martin, Upton (Block 30 only)
Danielle Jeter
Callahan, Cooke, Crockett, Irion, Lamar, McLennan, Reagan, Schleicher, Shackelford,
Terrell, Upton (excluding Block 30)
Lisa Belue
Culberson, El Paso, Hudspeth, Loving, Pecos, Ward, Winkler
Joseph Jarke