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Royalty Owners

Nine Point’s royalty and working interest owners are our partners and we are committed to providing the resources needed to understand, preserve, or monetize your ownership interest. We have gathered the most frequent inquiries and provided answers in the FAQ section below. If the information does not address your inquiry, then contact our Interest Owner Relations Department for assistance.

Contact Owner Relations: 720-697-2160

Email Us: royaltyowners@ninepointenergy.com

What happens if I change my name or address?

Please notify us promptly in writing of any change in your name or mailing address.  Address change notifications can be mailed to the Owner Relations Department (detailed instructions below).

What is a Division Order?

A division order is an instrument that describes the property, the operator, the legal description, the owner’s remittance address, and tax ID information, if known, as well as the owner’s decimal interest in the property.

How is my owner interest calculated?

Your proportionate share of production, or ownership interest, is calculated by multiplying your net acres in the drilling unit by the royalty percentage agreed upon in your Oil and Gas Lease.

Other FAQs

What if I cannot pay my Joint Interest Bill?

Please contact us to resolve the amount owed. A suitable payment plan can be arranged or another alternative method. We strongly recommend that a payment plan arrangement is made to avoid possible liens and/or foreclosure on your interest.

Contact:
John Boyd
Collections Specialist
Nine Point Energy, LLC
1001 17 th St. Ste 1400
Denver, CO 80202

Email: jboyd@ninepointenergy.com
Phone: 720-697-2117

What is a Division Order?

A division order is an instrument that describes the property, the operator, the legal description, the owner’s remittance address, and tax ID information, if known, as well as the owner’s decimal interest in the property.

What do I do with the Division Order?

The owner is asked to sign and return the division order. We use this information to remit royalty proceeds to the owner if Nine Point Energy has the disbursement responsibility.  If you have any questions about your division order, you should contact your attorney.

An owner should be sure to review the division order to include the following:

  • accurate legal description and ownership interest;
  • correct name spelling;
  • where the revenue checks should be sent if different than mailing address;
  • taxpayer identification number.

Where do I send my division order or other documents relating to change of ownership or a change to owner status?

Nine Point Energy
Attn: Owner Relations Department
1001 17th St., 14th Floor
Denver, CO  80202

How do I transfer my interest in a property?

Forward a recorded deed or instrument of conveyance to the Owner Relations Department at the address above. For more detailed instructions visit the Change of Ownership section.

What happens if I change my name or address?

Please notify us promptly in writing of any change in your name or mailing address.  Address change notifications can be mailed to the Owner Relations Department at the address above. For more detailed instructions, visit the Change of Name or Address section.

What happens if I change my marital status?

Forward your marriage certificate, divorce decree or other documents affecting name change to the Owner Relations Department at the address above. For more detailed instructions, visit the Change of Name or Address section.

What happens when the interest owner of a property dies?

Once notified, the deceased owner’s revenue will be held in abeyance until the proper heirs can be determined.  Documentation of inherited ownership should be mailed to the Owner Relations Department at the address above.  For more detailed instructions visit the Change of Ownership section.

Why does my payment change from month to month?

Many factors influence your payment, including market conditions, fluctuating commodity prices, production declines and mechanical or operating difficulties affecting production. If you notice a significant change in the amount of your payment and believe that there has been an error, please contact the Owner Relations Department at  royaltyowners@ninepointenergy.com or 720-697-2160

Where can I research unclaimed funds?

To locate and collect unclaimed funds, please visit the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) at www.unclaimed.org.

How is my owner interest calculated?

Your proportionate share of production, or ownership interest, is calculated by multiplying your net acres in the drilling unit by the royalty percentage agreed upon in your Oil and Gas Lease.

What if I want to sell my interest?

Nine Point actively purchases working and royalty interests from owners. Please contact us for an evaluation of your interest.

Contact:
Michael Ross
VP, Business Development
Nine Point Energy, LLC
1001 17 th St. Ste 1400
Denver, CO 80202

Email: mross@ninepointenergy.com
Phone: 720-697-2134

How do I receive direct payments to my bank account?

Download the “ACH Form” from the Forms section below, fill out, and return via mail to:

Nine Point Energy, LLC
1001 17 th St. Ste 1400
Denver, CO 80202

Or you can email the form to:

tmendez@ninepointenergy.com

Other Information

CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP

Listed below are common situations resulting in either change of ownership or change to the owner status and the documentation required to effect the change.

SITUATION

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

Name or Address Change
Address change Submit change request in writing with your signature
Individual name change due to marriage, divorce, etc. Marriage Certificate, Divorce Decree reinstating name change or other documents affecting name change
Company or corporation name change Certificate of Name Change including tax ID
Company or corporation name change due to a merger Certificate of Merger including tax ID
Appointment of attorney-in-fact Copy of Power of Attorney
Sale of Ownership Interest
Sale of an interest Conveyance filed of record in the county/parish in which the property is located
Ownership Change Due to Divorce
Ownership change due to divorce Complete Divorce Decree including settlement agreement, recorded conveyances
Estate Proceedings
Owner died with a Will (testate) and probate proceedings are to be conducted in the state where the property is located Death Certificate Order Admitting Will to Probate Letters Testamentary Last Will and Testament Evidence debts and taxes have been paid Final Decree of Distribution or Judgment of Possession
Owner died with a Will (testate) and probate proceedings are to be conducted in a state other than the state where the property is located All the documents listed directly above, plus documentation of ancillary probate proceedings opened in all affected states
Owner died without a Will (intestate) (Laws of Descent and Distribution will apply as relevant) Death Certificate Letters of Administration
Joint Tenancy and One Tenant Dies Death Certificate of Joint Tenant
Life Estate and Life Tenant Dies Death Certificate of Life Tenant Names and addresses of remaindermen
Trust or Partnership Changes
Trust or partnership is created Trust or partnership agreement and recorded document conveying the interest in a property to a trust partnership
Trust or partnership is terminated Dissolution of trust or partnership and, if appropriate, recorded conveyances to beneficiary
Changes in trustee Instrument whereby the successor was appointed
Bankruptcy
Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 Plan of reorganization Order confirming the plan of reorganization Order naming trustee of bankruptcy estate
Chapter 7 Contact Nine Point Energy to discuss required documentation

 

  • All changes of ownership must be filed of record in the County/Parish where the property is located.
  • Address changes cannot be handled by telephone. A written request is required.
  • Retain your check detail for future reference.

All changes must be submitted in writing and mailed to:

Nine Point Energy
Attn: Owner Relations Department
1001 17th St., 14th Floor
Denver, CO 80202

If you have further questions, please contact the Owner Relations Department at royaltyowners@ninepointenergy.com or 720-697-2160

 

NAME OR ADDRESS CHANGE

Change of Name

Submit name change request in writing along with a photocopy of Marriage Certificate, Divorce Decree reinstating maiden name or other document affecting name change.

Change of Address

Submit change of address request in writing with a signature of owner(s). If the title to the property is held jointly, both owners must sign.  Mail signed written documentation of address or name change to:

Nine Point Energy
Attn: Owner Relations Department
1001 17th St., 14th Floor
Denver, CO  80202

LEASING INFO

Nine Point Energy is committed to being fully transparent with our owners, which includes providing you with a full understanding of what it means to lease with us.

A mineral lease is a legally binding agreement between Nine Point Energy, the lessee, and a mineral rights’ owner, the lessor, giving us the right to extract and produce the owner/lessor’s oil or natural gas. Property or land ownership does not necessarily reflect mineral ownership. In many cases, the original owner may have sold the surface rights, but retained the mineral rights. Mineral ownership can be ascertained by conducting a title search at your county clerk and recorders office or the private title abstract company in your area. Nine Point Energy will also conduct a title search to confirm ownership.

Nine Point Energy typically provides an initial bonus payment to the owner/lessor. Once a well begins producing, owners may receive recurring royalty payments based on the agreed about royalty percentage in the mineral lease. The lease is generally in effect for the duration of production and work over periods.

If you have any questions about leasing, please contact us.

FORMS

W-9 FORM

A valid Tax Identification Number or Social Security Number must be provided to Nine Point Energy on the W-9 form to properly report earnings to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If it is not, the IRS requires withholding of 28% of all payments (30% for foreign residents) until the information is provided.

Download W-9 Form

Mail completed W-9 form to:

Nine Point Energy
Attn: Owner Relations Department
1001 17th St., 14th Floor
Denver, CO  80202

ACH FORM

Mail completed AHC form to:

Nine Point Energy
Attn: Owner Relations Department
1001 17th St., 14th Floor
Denver, CO  80202

Or you can email the form to:

tmendez@ninepointenergy.com

Download ACH Form

FORM 1099

Nine Point Energy mails out owner’s 1099 Miscellaneous Tax forms no later than January 31.

The IRS does not require 1099 Misc. forms for:

  • Royalty income of less than $10 in a year
  • Working interest or vendor payments of less than $600 in a year
  • Corporations

For questions concerning your 1099 Misc. form, please contact:

Owner Relations Department

Phone:   720-697-2160
Email:    royaltyowners@ninepointenergy.com

General Inquiries

720-697-2111

 

Headquarters

1001 17th St., 14th Floor Denver, CO 80202

 

Field Office

2663 141st Ave NW P.O. Box 606 Alexander, ND 58831