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BEAVER COUNTY

Enron Oil Gas Company, Cates 17 1, 17-2N-24ECM, E NE NW, 1980fsl-2040fwl, Morrow 7200, TD 7800, El. 2558, Surface Casing Depth: 1600, Date Oper. to Begin: ASAP.

CADDO COUNTY

Amoco Production Company, Almost Didn't 1, 27-6N-10W, NW SE NE, 1530fnl-900fel, Springer 12066, TD 16000, El. 1434, Surface Casing Depth: 3600, Date Oper. to Begin: ASAP.

COMANCHE COUNTY

Enron Oil Gas Company, State Land 16 6, 16-3N-10W, SW SW NE SE, 1410fsl-1506fwl, Woodford 7100, TD 8500, El. 1199, Surface Casing Depth: 520, Date Oper. to Begin: ASAP.

GARVIN COUNTY

Jeral W. Jackson Inc., Joe Cook 1, 12-1N-3W, NE SW SE SW, 495fsl-1815fwl, Pontotoc 1550, TD 1950, El. 950, Surface Casing Depth: None, Date Oper. to Begin: Upon Receipt of Permit.

HASKELL COUNTY

Harry A. Spring, Cloud 1-10, 10-7N-20E, E W SE SW, 660fsl-1880fwl, Hartshorne 1950, TD 2250, El. NA, Surface Casing Depth: 210, Date Oper. to Begin: On Approval.

KIOWA COUNTY

Wildcat Exploration Powers 1, 34-7N-20W, SE SE NW NW, 1483fsl-1148fwl, Granite Wash 1980, TD 2500, El. NA, Surface Casing Depth: 120, Date Oper. to Begin: ASAP.

LATIMER COUNTY

Texaco E P Inc., Wayne Wallace 21-2, 22-4N-17E, NW SE SW SW, 500fsl-900fwl, Wapanucka 13700, TD 15100, El. 748.8, Surface Casing Depth: 2000, DAte Oper. to Begin: ASAP.

LINCOLN COUNTY

Altex Resources, Inc. …

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