Corporation Commission

THE JOURNAL RECORD, May 27, 1994 | Go to article overview

Corporation Commission


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NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 940 002014

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: H L Operating Company. Relief Sought: Drilling and Spacing Units. Legal Description: Section 4, Township 3 North, Range 14 ECM, Texas County, Oklahoma.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To Mary Margaret Myers, Robert L. Hadwiger, William A. Hadwiger, Oxy USA, Inc., Kaiser-Francis Oil Company, The Walker Corporation, Sterling Asset and Income Fund Limited Partnership AA-1, Terry L. Brown, Emma Louise Brown, James F. O'Connell, GBK Corp., Eric C. Lowe and Brenda Lowe, Alvin A. Chinn, Craig M. Dolinsky, Wayne A. Fields and Patricia K. Fields, Steven J. Johnstone, Henry G. Kleemeier and Dorothy M. Kleemeier, Michael P. Knapp, Gary L. Walthall, James F. Hull and Frances C. Hull, Gilbert D. Brown, W.P. Ansley, Donald L. Bagwell, GSA Company, HAB Investment Company, HAM Investment Company, HARK Investment Company, HAWK Investment Company, HEW Investment Company, HOP Investment Company, Holcomb Company, James C. Holcomb Dolores H. Holcomb, Trustees of Holcomb Trust dated 9/7/88, Clifford K. Holloway, FWK Land and Mineral Trust, Ladd Oklahoma Trust, Warren McGarraugh, Janet Palmer, Carol Anne Riddle, Bar 3S Energy, Ltd., Leonard N. Barrick and Donna F. Barrick, Trustees of The Barrick Family Trust No. 2, Clarence D. Alexander, Trustee of the Clarence D. Alexander Revocable Living Trust, Lindsay L. Alexander, Caroline L. Blue, Estate of J.R. Latimer, Estate of Wren Latimer, J.R. Latimer, Jr. and Betty Latimer Massey, Jane Kirk, Estate of Jake Harrison and Mae Frances Curtis, Barbara J. Craig, Clark Alan Thayer, Tom Rex Thayer, Clara M. Smith, Bonnie L. Bunch, Albert J. Perrin, Jr., Neil D. Craig, Carol C. Potter, Hal C. Craig, Chad O. Craig, Darrel Livesay, and Gay L. Taylor, all of the above if living or in existence, and if not living or in existence, then their unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, successors and assigns, immediate and remote, and to all persons, owners, producers, operators and takers of oil and gas, and to all other interested persons particularly in Texas County, Oklahoma. …

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