Gain full access to our extensive GEO-Science which gives individuals knowledge and industry level intelligence of exactly where the best producing acreage lies before prices skyrocket from further development. Understanding how many barrels of oil and gas may actually reside on your property is the only way to properly determine potential future cash flow, leasing/renewal income, and development timelines.  


Buying minerals through your IRA for growth and income potential is a great way to allign your IRA to take advantage of the rapidly evolving STACK Shale play. Our deeded mineral rights are treated as "like-kind" properties to traditional investment real estate, making STACK minerals qualified for 1031 Tax Exchanges, eliminating possible capital gains taxes if utilized properly. Minerals receive a 15% tax shelter from the oil and gas royalty income for added tax benefits. 


When a purchase occurs, the chain of ownership goes from Stack Royalties to you the buyer with your own mineral deed being recorded with the County Clerk's Office for public record. The deed of ownership for minerals is treated in the same way as the deed to your home or vehicle. Once you have a recorded deed, it lasts forever in perpetuity and can be passed down from genertion to generation. 



Leading Operators in the STACK:











Tim K.

Dr. Joe B.

Ryan S.

"I received all of my deeds on time and I couldn't be happier with the level of professionalism and ongoing updates of activity in the area."

-Greenville, TX

"Since purchasing my minerals from STACK a year ago, they have already appreciated 42% in value. Now drilling rigs are very close to my properties and I couldn't be more excited for what the future holds. I would recommend Stack Royalties to anyone I know."

-Dallas, TX

"I was a bit skeptical at first as to how fast drilling rigs would come in to my area, now there is a well being drilled next to me. Theses guys really know their stuff!"

-Rockwall, TX

Who's Investing in STACK Minerals & Royalties?

June 8, 2016 - The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) said on Wednesday it will invest US $450 million (C$570 million) in US oil and gas mineral and royalty interests, focusing in the Permian and Anadarko Basin.

June 28, 2017 - Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) committed up to US $1B to form a new company acquiring high-quality oil & gas assets in prolific U.S. shale basins.

Canadian Pension Plan

$1.825 Billion to date

Oct 2, 2018 - CPPIB Credit Investments Inc. (CPPIB Credit), a wholly owned subsidiary of Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), announced an additional US $375 million capital investment with Longpoint, adding to its successful June 2016 position.


Alongside other institutional investors. committed as an fund anchor tenant with US $375 million. The fund is focused on the most prolific unconventional U.S. basins, the Anadarko and the Permian.

CPPIB, which manages C$317 billion (US $243 billion) of national pension money on behalf of 20 million Canadians, does not have any particular assets or regions in mind, said Toronto-based Avik Dey, the fund’s head of natural resources. It is looking to buy assets being sold by large energy companies as they spend money on developing red-hot U.S. shale basins like the Permian and the so-called SCOOP and STACK plays in Oklahoma.

In the fourth quarter of 2016, Franco-Nevada purchased royalty rights in the STACK shale play in Oklahoma’s Anadarko basin for $100 million. STACK is an acronym for Sooner Trend, Anadarko Basin, Canadian and Kingfisher counties, and the play has been gaining momentum over the past couple of years due to its status as one of the most economic shale plays in North America.

Gold Focused Royalty Company

$300 Million to date

The current focus is on the Meramec formation, although the royalties have exposure to multiple horizons at depth, including the Woodford and Osage formations.

In the second quarter of 2017, Franco-Nevada announced an acquisition of additional mineral title and royalty interests for $27.6 million, which added to its existing position in the STACK and provided new exposure to the SCOOP shale play to the south. SCOOP is an acronym for South Central Oklahoma Oil Province.


In total, the assets consist of GORRs and mineral title rights which apply to approximately 1,480 acres (net after royalties). Revenue is expected to increase as full-field development continues.


Revenue to Franco-Nevada ($ million)   2018   2017  2016

                                                                     $14.0   $3.4    $0.9

Billionaire real-estate investor Sam Zell is joining Continental Resources Inc.’s Harold Hamm in the growing list of enthusiasts of Oklahoma’s STACK shale formation. Zell, founder of Equity Group Investments Inc., made an investment in the region and sees "awesome" prospects for the oil-producing area. More recently in 2019 Zell's EGI infused equity capital into Ventana Exploration which focuses on acquiring non-operated oil & gas interests in the STACK/SCOOP/MERGE.

Sam Zell

Billionaire Real Estate Investor

Carl Icahn

Billionaire Corporate Activist

Billionaire corporate activist Carl Icahn has recently acquired a controlling position of Sand Ridge Energy due to their acreage position in the STACK. Being an activist shareholder, he believes he can reshape the management team to properly capitalize on their world-class acreage while delivering more value to its shareholders.

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Disclaimer: The above information is for general purposes only and is not a solicitation to buy or an offer to sell any securities. Investments in oil and gas properties involves substantial risk including the possible loss of principal. These risks include commodity price fluctuations and unforeseen events that may affect oil and gas property values. General information on this site is not intended to be used as individual investment or tax advice. Consult your personal tax advisor concerning the current tax laws and their applicability and effect on your personal tax situation.

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