Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


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(71417) NOTICE OF HEARING Cause CD No. 155,096 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Arkla Exploration Company. Relief Requested: Drilling And Spacing Units. Legal Description: Section 8, Township 6 North, Range 26 East, LeFlore County, Oklahoma.

THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: Santa Fe Minerals, Inc., formerly Santa Fe-Andover Oil Company; Discovery Exploration Company; Santa Fe Minerals, a division of Santa Fe International Corporation; Kensington Energy Company; TXO Production Corp.; James McKenzie; Felix D. Bills; Berta Bills; Zimmerman Incorporated; Gib Knight; Daniel-Price Exploration Company; LeFlore Land, Cattle and Investment Company; Randel O. Grigsby; Karen A. Grigsby; Edward A. Harris, Trustee Under Agreement dated August 10, 1967; and all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, and all other interested persons, particularly in LeFlore County, Oklahoma; and if any of the above are deceased, their unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees and assigns.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant in this Cause is requesting the following:

a. That the Corporation Commission enter an Order amending Order No. 116,792 to reflect the following separate common sources of supply may be found at the approximate depths indicated: Hartshorne (1,800d), Middle Atoka Sands (10,000d), Spiro (15,000d), Cromwell (15,500d) and Hunton (16,500d) as same underlie Section 8, Township 6 North, Range 26 East, LeFlore County, Oklahoma;

b. That the Corporation Commission enter an Order establishing 640-acre drilling and spacing units for the Alma, Fanshawe, Red Oak and Hartford separate common sources of supply underlying Section 8, Township 6 North, Range 26 East, LeFlore County, Oklahoma; and that said 640-acre units be formed by Section 8 with the permitted well location being anywhere in the unit not closer than 1,320 feet from the unit boundary. …

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