ROCKING WW MINERALS

RAISING THE BAR ON WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A MINERAL AND ROYALTY ACQUISITION COMPANY.

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Technical Driven Approach

You can trust that our mineral valuations are reliable and accurate, driven by the three factors that matter most: geology, engineering, and drill timing.

Cowboy Ethics

RWW maintains genuine relationships at every level of the business – from large ranchers in rural Wyoming to the industry’s most notable executive teams. At RWW we’re about doing what’s right, not what’s easy.

Buy & Hold

Rest assured you won’t see your minerals sent to Wall Street. RWW is a Wyoming-based company committed to keeping your minerals in the Cowboy State.

KEEP YOUR MINERALS IN WYOMING

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What We Do

Simply put, Rocking WW Minerals, LLC (“RWW”) specializes in mineral and royalty acquisitions across the oil and gas producing regions of Wyoming and North Dakota. When we refer to “minerals” we mean the subsurface interests that produce oil, gas, and other hydrocarbons. Having ownership of minerals enables an owner to grant a company a lease for the right to explore for and develop the hydrocarbons underneath the surface; “royalties” represent the portion of the proceeds owed to an individual upon the successful development of the minerals. Most often, the royalties are directly tied to the minerals but may get severed off and conveyed or sold separately.

RWW was founded by a team of experts that have spent their careers on the exploration and production side, bringing a wealth of knowledge and technical expertise to mineral and royalty acquisitions. We’re not speculators, brokers, or flippers – we’re the end buyer, which means in working directly with us, you’ll cut out the middleman and get the most out of your interests. We founded RWW in Wyoming with one main premise in mind: cut out the middleman, the brokers, the speculators, the flippers – and ensure the grassroots mineral owners are getting top dollar.

Why Do We Want to Buy Your Mineral Rights?

Think of us like any mutual or index fund you might be familiar with. Just as they aim to deliver stable returns while managing risk through a diversified portfolio of US stocks, bonds, and international equities, so does RWW. Instead of investing in equities, we’re creating a diversified portfolio of mineral and royalty interests; through investing millions across the Rockies, we can mitigate the development and production risk within our portfolio. It is also important to note that unlike an individual owner, we have the ability to limit our exposure to volatile commodity prices by taking advantage of oil hedges on the futures market.

Factors to Consider When Deciding to Sell Your Mineral Rights

There are often many factors (and people) to consider when you are electing to sell your minerals, rarely is it an easy decision. We’re here as a local, honest, and transparent resource for those that wish to liquidate (or partially liquidate) their mineral and royalty assets into a market few know how to navigate.

We’ve found some of the most common factors sellers consider are their family, financial goals, and risk tolerance. If history has shown us anything, it’s that oil and gas is a cyclical industry that we’ve never been able to accurately predict. If your net worth is largely tied to your minerals, you may consider selling all or a portion of your interests in order to diversify into more predictable, lower-risk investments. If you’re looking for cash, selling your mineral and/or royalty interests is a fast way to get the money you need to achieve your goals. Another opportunity we encourage potential sellers to explore is their ability to do a “1031 exchange,” which is the IRS provision that allows a seller to reinvest their proceeds from a mineral/royalty sale into another real estate investment without having to pay capital gains taxes.

All in all, we’re about doing what’s right, not what’s easy. We live by the Code of the West, including Code No. 9: “Remember that some things aren’t for sale.” Our local team believes in building relationships and understanding your goals and will never pressure you into making a decision you don’t feel good about.

How Do We Value Your Minerals?

Many companies use the “cash-flow multiple” method of valuation (i.e. multiply your average monthly income by 36 months). This method is straight-forward and easy to understand, but it does not capture the value of future income from your property.

RWW guarantees fair offers based on sound geologic and engineering analysis. The team at RWW are technical experts in the Rockies Region, incorporating both income from existing wells AND income from future wells in its mineral and royalty valuations.

Are There Other Options Besides Selling Your Mineral Rights?

If you need funds but don’t want to sell your mineral rights, another alternative is to carve off a non-participating royalty interest (“NPRI”). This allows you to keep all the minerals, rights to bonuses, executive rights to lease the minerals, and the full remaining royalty net of the NPRI.

For example, if you’re currently leased at 18.75%, you can carve off a 3.00% NPRI, which would just reduce your royalty to 15.75%. We can help you decide what NPRI percentage to carve off based on your cash needs.

Sell Your Mineral Rights to a Wyoming Company

RWW is one of the few mineral and royalty acquisition companies based in Wyoming. We’re headquartered in Sheridan, so we’re intimately familiar with the land, minerals, and most of all, the people that comprise the Cowboy State. When you sell to us, your minerals stay in the west with a local company that pays state taxes and employs Wyoming residents. You can’t say that about the mineral rights acquisition companies located in places such as Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma and New York City!

Keep Your Minerals in Wyoming

Don’t let a broker or unscrupulous out-of-state buyer take advantage of you. Know your buyer, know your worth. Partner with RWW: the local, reputable, Wyoming-based company you can trust.

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