From the Texas Railroad Commission

Instructions on how to look up pending/preliminary production data

Go to RRC page now - Select Production Reports Query (Form PR) - you must have the RRC Permit number

The only site we have that allows an operator to file production on pending leases is the Production Reports Query (Form PR) site. If the well is part of an existing oil lease, the operator may be including that well's production combined under the existing oil lease number.

next page - use the Production by Lease query (you must have both the API number and the drilling permit number for the well)

Lease Type -select Pending

select the district the well is located

RRC ID- use the 6 digit drilling permit number

From-to-put in a date range (from date you think well started producing)

Click on Lease Query

If no production is available, you will get a message: Message #1011: No Matching Results.

If you get the message No Matching Results, try using the Api number - (I never got it to work using API number)

Redo the above steps except use the 8 digit API number (no spaces or dashes) as the RRC ID# and click on Lease Query.

If no production is available, you will get a message: Message #1011: No Matching Results.

If you get No Matching Results under both numbers, then the operator has not filed production information

from Wanda Massoni - Texas Railroad Commission

Go to RRC page now - Select Production Reports Query (Form PR)