Corporation Commission

THE JOURNAL RECORD, August 2, 1987 | Go to article overview

Corporation Commission


(05831)

NOTICE OF HEARING Cause CD No. 140,305

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Golden Eagle Oil Properties. Relief Sought: Increased Well Density. Land Covered: Section 36, Township 8 North, Range 26 East, LeFlore County, Oklahoma.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons, particularly in LeFlore County, Oklahoma, and more particularly R E French and Margaret French; Amoco Production Company; Pengo Petroleum Inc a Nevada Corporation; Desana Development Corporation; Charles Leonard Basham and Mary Ebah Basham; Frank Frantz Needham Trustee under the Frank Needham Trust Agreement dated January 4 1978; Virginia Houser; Helen Askew; Mary Earhart; Lillian G Needham; Enoch Needham III; Barbara Needham Butcher; Herbert Enoch Needham; Skelly (Texaco); Getty Oil Company; Texaco USA; F L Holton Jr; W F Smith a/k/a William F Smith and Evelyn R Smith; Stanley Wahl; Kaiser-Francis Oil Company; Dorothy L Bailey and LaVerne Bailey; Doris Ferguson; Lloyd Harshman; Ronald Putt and Ethel Putt; Jay Harshman and Mary L Harshman; Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company; Arkla Inc; Daniel Price Exploration Co; Donald C Slawson; Samson Resources Company; Headington Exploration Company; Leben Oil Corporation; TXO Production Corporation; Discovery Exploration Company; and, if any of the above named individuals are deceased, the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, successor trustees an assigns, immediate and remote, of any such deceased person; and, if any of the above named corporations are no longer in existence, then the unknown successors of any such corporation. …

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