Corporation Commission

THE JOURNAL RECORD, March 1, 1988 | Go to article overview

Corporation Commission


(20144)

FIRST AMENDED

NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 143,150

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Exxon Corporation. Relief Sought: Drilling and Spacing Units. Legal Description: S/2 of Section 11, and SW/4 of Section 12, and NW/4 of Section 13, and NE/4 of Section 14, all in Township 8 North, Range 3 East, Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested parties, including Jack Bruce Jolly, a/k/a Jack B. Jolly; Tom Wayne Jolly, a/k/a Tom W. Jolly; Janelle Hamilton; LaRue Stumbaugh; Joan Jolly Blackard, now Conry; Sabine Corporation; William H. Phelps; Jack D. Jones, a/k/a Jack Dellis Jones; Norma Jones Eliot Rutherford, a/k/a Norma Jones Rutherford; Norma Jones Rutherford, Attorney-in-Fact for Dena Lee Jones Crooke; The John D. Campbell Heirs, a partnership, Cities Service Oil and Gas Corporation; Singer Bros., a partnership; Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Trustee; TAC Royalty Company; Joan Harber, Executrix of the Estate of Richard Edwin Harber; Wood Oil Company; Jerry Lionel Regan; Mary Ann Colaizzi; Michael Owen Regan; Joe Rush Jones; Mary Lois Rogers; Ann Parker; Olin W. Jones, Jr.; Olin W. Jones; Betty Jones Herndon; Boyd Kimbell Herndon; Marilyn Ann Tatum; Diana Love Casswell; Fred S. Watson Revocable Trust, Martha Griffin, successor Trustee; First National Bank and Trust Company of Okmulgee; Elmer M. Motley; Howard W. Motley; Halvin C. Motley; Lester E. Motley; L. M. Motley; James William Motley; Billie Joyce Westfall; Gladys Mikish; Ruth E. McFarland, formerly Ruth E. Jones; Dorine Jones; Sol P. Jones; Mead R. Johnson, Trustee of the Irene Johnson Living Trust; Robert W. Waring, Trustee; Karo, Inc., a Delaware Corporation; A. E. Basinger, Jr.; American Land Company; Betty Littleton, Charlene Littleton Lingo, Carol Littleton, John Garrett Lingo, and Mildred Grace Littleton, a/k/a Mildred G. Littleton, as Trustees under the Mildred G. Littleton Revocable Trust dated 8/17/87; Gladys Emily Williamson; Jocile Heister Heath; Victor Heister, s/p/a Victor Carl Heister; Jack Heister, s/p/a Jack E. Heister; Evelyn Wells; John G. Fidler; Charles E. Fidler; Betty June Wooten; Dorothy J. McHenry; Don E. Moore; Wan E. Moore; Ronald G. Moore; Dean Thompson, formerly Thornton; Jackie Fidler Sanbourn; E. F. Fidler; Mary Berniece Fidler; Charles E. Fidler; Thelma Jean Ganc; Santa Fe Energy Company; Tenneco Oil Company; James Taylor Pancoast II, Trustee of the J. T. Pancoast Trust; Vernon D. Bell; George F. Bell; Ethel Bell; Beverly Ann Pufal; Edwinna Vincent Carr; James Malcolm Vincent, IV; Mary Adell Vincent; L. D. Phillips; Dorothy Phillips Carr; Virginia Wiet Phillips; Carl Edwin Warden, Jr.; Jo Lynn Warden Burgh; Haskell Horn; McGroy, Inc.; Cleroy, Inc.; Lanroy, Inc.; Carl Watkins and Alma Watkins H&W; Robert Irby Clarke and William A. Clarke, Jr., Co-Trustees of the R&W Clarke and G. C. Sloan 1973 Trust; Benny D.

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