Mineral Rights in Custer County

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County Fun Fact

Custer County is located in western Oklahoma. As of the 2010 census, the population was 27,469. The county seat of Custer County is Arapaho, OK. The county was named in honor of George Armstrong Custer.

Custer County Oklahoma Map

Custer County oil production began in the 1930’s.

Custer County Clerk's Office

All Custer County, OK land records and data are available to the general public.

How to Search Custer County Records

It isn’t free, but with an online connection, you can access the website OKCountyRecords.com and run a limited search for Custer County Oklahoma records, such as an oil and gas lease or deed, mining leases, mineral deeds, transfer on death deeds, look for buyers of minerals, or a specific owner who recently sold mineral rights. In searching for anything filed in the Oklahoma Custer County Clerks office, the main limitation is that the online data is indexed only back to August 1989 and scanned images back to January 1993.

With respect to records filed prior in the county, as owners of properties, mineral rights, or other interests, and to view leases and deeds, you will need to visit the county seat, the fine city of Arapaho located in the Sooner State to review the records and get any copies which your lands or estate may be subject to.

Residents may contact the Office of the Clerk for questions about:

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Oklahoma Custer County Oil and Gas Information

Oil and Gas History

Custer County oil production began in the 1930’s as operators targeted the Cana-Woodford formation with conventional wells. Over time, the deeper formations of the Granite Wash were explored and have taken priority as horizontal development has increased.

Natural Gas

Custer County currently ranks #8 in Oklahoma for total gas production with 93,367,353 cubic feet of natural gas produced in 2021.


Custer County currently ranks #22 in Oklahoma for oil production with 1.2MM BBL of oil produced in 2021.

Major Oil and Gas Fields in Custer County, Oklahoma

The Cana-Woodford (also known as the Anadarko-Woodford) is a liquids-rich shale formation that is named after Canadian County, OK, although the formation underlies several counties in the western half of the state. Production in the Cana-Woodford kicked off in the 1930s from conventional vertical wells. The Granite Wash is a liquids-rich tight sands play about 160 miles long and 30 miles wide also extends into Custer County in addition to covering parts of Western Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle.
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