Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


(60874) NOTICE AND ORDER REFERRING AND SETTING CAUSE FOR HEARING Cause CD No. 127,495 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: TXO Production Corp. In the matter of the applicant or some other party to drill an additional well to test the Lower Boggy (Bartlesville), Lower Savanna, and Middle Booch common sources of supply, by amending Order No. 155,332, underlying a drilling and spacing unit consisting of all of Section 18, Township 7 North, Range 14 East, Pittsburg

County, Oklahoma, at a location described as being in the NW 1/4 of Section 18, applicant may request that the order be made effective prior to the signing thereof.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To All Persons, Owners, Producers, Operators, Purchasers and Takers of oil and gas, and all other interested persons, particularly in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, and more particularly: Ada Oil Exploration Corporation; Raymond R. Aitken; Arrowhead Petroleum, Inc.; Raymond Bell; Jim Boggess, Marshall Rogers, Wiley Ross, Gerald Kerns, Myrl Kerns, Buel Kerns, Reece Kerns, Trustees of N. Mt. Homa Church; Walter J. Brant; Alvis Eugene Browne & Ruy Browne, Tr; Jean B. Buhler; L.W. Callender; Chanal Energy Corporation; Valjean Cole; Lonnie D. Cofer & Charlotte A. Cofer; Bessie A. Connell; Billy Joe Coop; Fay Coy, Jr.; Blanche C. Crane; Elizabeth Fell Cummins; Russell L. Dicks; Minnie Downing, Deceased;

Charles C. Dunham; Paul A. Dunham; Robert M. Dunham; Vera Mae Durant; Myra Edwards; J.D. Finck; Earl H. Furrey, Jr.; Vaden S. Gardner; John J. Giezentanner; Robert B. Giezentanner, Trustee; Earl E. Gray; S.W. Gray; Ruth L. Griffith; Gulf Oil Corporation; The Hefner Company; Robert A. Hefner, Jr.; Robert A. Hefner, Jr., Trustee of the R.A. Hefner Trust No. 1; Robert A. Hefner, Jr., Trustee of the Eva Hefner Trust No. 1; Ollie B. Henley; Franklin V. Hinkle, Jr., Trustee of the Helen Hinkle Trust; Franklin V. Hinkle, Jr.; George P. Hinkle; Home Stake Oil & Gas Company; Home Stake Royalty Corporation; Hopper Oil Co.; Ada E. Howard; Janet E. Howard; Felicia Myrtle Jedlicka; Fred C. Johnston; Jack Johnston; Emerson Jordan; Glenn R. Jordan; Walter E. Jordan; Edwina June Kelly; Charles A. Kerns; David E. Kerns; Dwight L. Kerns; Ruth S. Lane & William H. Bell, Co-Trustees of the Rickard K. Lane & Ruth S. Lane Memorial Trust; W.H. Layden, Jr., Trustee for Mary Ellen Langley; Carl LeFlore; Nell Childers Lehnhard; George Linn; Faye Livingston; Lunsford P. Livingston; Ralph S. Livingston, Jr.; W.S. Livingston, Jr.; Frances Fell Malone; Ida Me Mason; Margaret Mason; Lucy Clara Masters; Agnes McCrary; Joe B. McCrary; Robbie McCrary; Willie McCrary; FMM Trust, Interfirst Bank, Wichita Falls, N.A. Trustee; Priscilla V. McEldowney & Georgia H. Voorhees Co-Trustees of the Voor Mac Trust; Alexander H. McKinnon, Jr.; Vere S. McKinnon; Marjorie McLaughlin; Juanita S. McMillan,

Betty M. Kelly, and David H. Loffler, Trustee of the H.M. McMillan Royalty Trust created under the Will of H.M. McMillan; MCOR Oil & Gas Corporation as Nominee for and on behalf of Ada 1973-B Oil & Gas Income Program Series II, a partnership; MCOR Oil & Gas Corporation as Nominee for and on behalf of Ada 1973-C Oil & Gas Income Program Series II, a partnership; MCOR Oil & Gas Corporation as Nominee for and on behalf of Ada 1973-D Oil & Gas Income Program Series II, a partnership; MCOR Oil & Gas Corporation as Nominee for and on behalf of Ada 1973-E Oil & Gas Income Program Series II, a partnership; Ruth I. Mershon; P.R. Mesta; Paul T. Million, Jr. & Edwin Bradley Million, Co-Executors of the Estate of Paul T. Million,

Deceased; Lucinda Mae Morgan; Clifford Myers; John W. …

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