Corporation Commission

THE JOURNAL RECORD, May 25, 1994 | Go to article overview

Corporation Commission


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NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 940 001994-T

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Apache Corporation. Relief Sought: Increased Well Density. Land Covered: Section 29, Township 13 North, Range 21 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma.

THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To the following parties, if living; or if deceased, then their unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, successors, trustees, and/or assigns; or, the unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any, of any dissolved

corporation, or the unknown successors of any party designated in any record as trustee: Amarex Private Drilling Program Ltd 1979, 1978A, 1978, 1980, 1980-2; American Natural Energy Corp.; Amy Andrew West Trust; Aven Gas Oil, Inc.; Bradmar Petroleum Corporation; Bridgeview Exploration; Dyco Petroleum Corp.; Genesis Production Company; Kaiser-Francis Oil Company; Key Production Company Inc.; Mustang Fuel Corporation; Nadel and Gussman; Arrowhead Resources, Inc.; Old Dominion Oil Corporation; Ramco-NYL 1987 Limited Partnership; RB Operating Co.; Sonat Exploration Company; TGX Corporation; Alexander Energy Corp.; Petroleum Properties Management Co.; Maxus Exploration Company; Horizon Oil Gas Company; Marsh Operating Company; Oxy USA, Inc.; Mewbourne Oil Company; Temex Energy, Inc.; Seagull Midcon Exploration; Elaine Barnes; Scana Petroleum Resources Inc.; Robert E N Graham; El Paso Production Company; Julie E. Barnes; Jon B. Wallis; Minerals Mgt. Service; A.D. Weatherly Family Trust; Barbara J. Quigley Holsomback; Presidio Energy Inc.; Christine B. Mallams; Laurie B. Barr; Steve C. Barnes; Viola S. Barnes; Meridian Oil Production Inc.; The GHK Company Robert A. Hefner, III; J. Cooper West, Inc.; Ashland Exploration Inc.; R.L. Monaghan; Melvin Isley; Wilda Smith; Taylor Oil Company; U.C. Sterquell, Jr. and Betty W. Sterquell; Basin Royalty Company; Kenneth Ralph Quigley; Norville Oil Company Inc.; Britz, Inc.; A. Cross Ranch Ltd.; Ned F. Albert; Jack Walker Shirley An Walker, as Trustees of the Jack Russell Walker Shirley Ann Walker Trust; Mobil Oil Corporation; Watomwa Production Company; John B.

Annie B. Allen; Evelyn Q. Young; Carolyn Joy; Robert Esther Burrows; Edward Raymond Albert; Mark Wade Albert; G.L. Quigley; Leo A. Quigley; Klora I. Walker; Charles Joy; Arkla Inc.; Kenneth F. Walker; Jack R. Walker; Earnest G. Shadid; Joe L. Cates Trust dated 11/

16/83, Joe L. S. Pauline Cates, Trustees; TRCC, Inc.; SNP Associates Retirement Plan, Inc.; Jerry Murad; United States of America, Bureau of Land Mgt.; El Paso Natural Gas Company; Texoma Operating Co. …

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