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Frequently Asked Questions: Owners

  • You can access your statements and/or 1099 by going to the Owner Online Accounts page and signing up for ENERGYLINK.

  • Your funds were escheated to the state that corresponds with the address that we have on file for you.  If your funds have already been escheated to the state, please contact the state in which you reside to file a claim.

    If you have moved between states historically, we can tell you where the funds were escheated.  

    See the contact information below for a few states:

Frequently Asked Questions: 1099s

  • Your 1099 was mailed on or before January 31.

  • You can access your 1099 by going to the Owner Online Accounts page, under the Owner/Vendor Relations tab and signing up for ENERGYLINK.

  • ​You received a 1099 because you have received revenue from Revenir Energy in the previous year. If you are a Royalty Interest Owner, the threshold for receiving a 1099-MISC is $10 or more. If you are Working Interest Owner, the threshold for receiving a 1099-NEC is $600 or more.

  • Effective tax year 2020, the IRS is requiring that non-employee compensation be reported on Form, 1099-NEC. The most common reason for issuing both forms to the same owner occurs when an owner has both working interest (reported on 1099-NEC) and royalty interest (reported on 1099-MISC). For complete details, please visit irs.gov/instructions/i1099msc

  • Form 1099-NEC, Nonemployee Compensation, is used to report non-employee compensation, non-qualified deferred compensation (NQDC) and cash payments for fish. For complete details, please visit irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-1099-misc

  • Please contact our Owner Relations Department 1-855-223-7447.

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