Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


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Rule 8-25 also provides that emergency applications in motor carrier causes shall be governed by the motor carrier rules and set on the Commission docket.

Rule 8-34 incorporates changes in publication requirements for general orders.

Rule 8-35 and 8-36 require certain telephone and electric utilities to file with the Commission pleadings filed with adjacent states.

Rule 8-37 on radio common carrier was deleted because of statutory changes.

Rule 9 includes new fees for Pipeline Safety and UST rulebooks, dockets sheets, underground storage tank permit fees, tank installer license fees, and emergency walk-through permits to drill from the Tulsa Office.

Rule 19-1 permits presentation of testimony by telephone. Requests to use telephonic presentation must be incorporated in the application and notice of hearing or the respondent's written response.

Rule 8-34 and 20 reference the Oklahoma Administrative Procedures Act and other applicable law on rulemaking.

Rule 21 adds provisions for resolution of disputes between the prevailing party and the Conservation Division in regard to proposed orders. It also elaborates on existing short form reports for unprotested causes.

Rule 22 circumscribes the procedure for oral appeals from decisions on motions and emergency matters. It also prohibits appeals on matters not argued before the Administrative Law Judge.

Rule 23-1 would require text on the signature page of an order along with approved as to form notiations for parties of record. It further requires an affidavit of mailing to show timely mailing of the order.

Rule 23-3 would require an affidavit from the unit operator concerning elections under forced poolings.

Rule 23-4 adds the term "temporary authority" to this rule on emergency orders.

Rules 23-5 and 23-6 change the title of the Gas Department to Production/Proration Department.

Rule 24 will set on the motion docket any motion for relief from an order.

Rule 25-1 and 25-2 discuss the procedure for contempt actions.

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