Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


(60050) NOTICE AND ORDER REFERRING AND SETTING CAUSE FOR HEARING Cause CD No. 126,772 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Samson Resources Company. Relief Requested: Two additional wells. In the matter of application for permission to drill an additional well to produce hydrocarbons from the Chester common source of supply underlying the 778.24 acre odd-shaped drilling and spacing unit comprised of the S 1/2 and Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Section 10, and the S 1/2 and Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Section

11, all in Township 6 North, Range 27 ECM, Beaver County, Oklahoma as an exception to Order No. 129,550 and a second additional well to produce hydrocarbons from the Morrow common source of supply underlying the 778.24 acre odd-shaped drilling and spacing unit described as the S 1/2 and Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Section 10 and the S 1/2 and Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Section 11, all in Township 6 North,

Range 27 ECM, Beaver County, Oklahoma as an exception to Order No. 139,550 and designating Applicant or some other party as operator of the two additional wells.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and taker of oil and gas and all other interested persons, particularly in Beaver County, Oklahoma and Jackson S. Shaffer; Lenora Payne; Jimmie (sic) A. Wolfe; William J. Shaffer; Farmers Union Co-Operative Royalty Co.; Flag Oil Co. of Delaware; Lela Bray Witwer, Guardian of the Person and Estate of Louis Heston Witwer, Sr.; Kaiser-Francis Oil Company; A.E. Martin; Enerex Corporation; E.A. Mahony; Phyllis C. Bahe and Max N. Bahe, Trustees of the Neil M. Card Trust; Carl M. Watkins and Alma Watkins; Elmer W. Berends & Leatha T. Berends; Flag-Redfern Oil Co.; Carl & Alma Watkins; Sage Drilling Co., Inc.; J.D. Trimble Jr.; Jack T. Mabray; B.J. Kellenberger; Donn W. Hein; Wayne Boatman, General Partner for 8-Penny Oil Co.; 88 Petroleum Company, Inc.; Anita H. Kramer; Kevin Howell; Donald J. Brown; T. Jack Foster, Jr.; John R. Foster and Richard H. Foster, Trustees; Mayme E. James & Kim E. James; Dorothy

Lee Watson, Individually and as Trustee (1975 Trust); RFM Enterprises Inc., Agent for Sue Ann Morgan Rovett, Nancy Jo Morgan Williams, Judith Michelle Morgan Venning, Roy F. Morgan, Jr., Ralph W. Williams, III, Nancy Jane Williams, Roy F. Morgan, III, Leon Day Lovett, III; Ruth Harris and The First National Bank & Trust Company of Oklahoma City, Co-Trustees under the will of John P. Harris; The

First National Bank of Fort Worth (InterFirst) Trustee u/w of J.B. Tubb #590, Trustee u/w of H.R. Clay, deceased f/b/o James A. Clay, Jr. et al #1541, Trustee u/w of H.R. Clay, deceased f/b/o James A. Clay, III #1361, Trustee u/w for Vivienne Hanger Willson #3859, Trustee for the Jean Waggoner Trust #1857, Trustee u/w for Raymond L. Tollett, Jr., #2749, Trustee u/w

for Jason Blake Tollett #2966, Trustee of the Tollett Children Common Account #3013, Trustee u/w of Walker-Buckler Trust #1269, Custodian for Michael A. Givson #4251; Judy Stewart Merrill; G. Stanley Dennison; Ethel Schonwald, Trustee of the Schonwald Family Trust; Wilma M. Phillips and Curtis Darling, Trustees under the last will of Ross M. Phillips, deceased, and Wilma M.Phillips, individually; Pierce D. Phillips, Trustee of the Pierre D. Phillips Trust #1 under declaration of Trust dated 6/25/82; Raymond Foster; Mary C. …

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