Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


(74405) NOTICE OF HEARING Cause CD No. 133,029 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Anderman/Smith& Operating Company. Relief& Sought: Pooling. Legal Descrip tion: Section 11, T12N, R14W, Custer County, Oklahoma.

To all Persons, Owners, Producers, Operators, Purchasers, and Takers of oil and gas and all other persons having an interest in the lands covered hereby and all persons living or if deceased their known and unknown successors and all corporations existing and if dissolved their known and unknown successors& and all other persons having an interest in the lands covered hereby, particularly in Custer County, Oklahoma.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Applicant is requesting pooling of inter ests and adjudicating the rights and eq uities of oil and gas owners in the Ton kawa and Springer (640-acre units by Order No. 197,226); Des Moines, Ato ka, Hoxbar, Lovell, Morrow and Ches ter (640-acre units by Order No.& 197,226); Des Moines, Atoka, Hoxbar, Lovell, Morrow and Chester (640-acre units by Order No. 176,948 corrected by Order No. 179,951); underlying Section 11, T12N, R14W, Custer County, Okla homa.

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that Applicant is requesting the following& Special Relief: The request is that (a) the Order herein be effective prior to the date of issuance of the Order. …

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