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OKLAHOMA NEW LOCATIONS Filed 2-28-86 ALFALFA COUNTY Liberty Exploration Co., Inc., 1 Cherokee, 27-27N-11W, SE NE, 660 fsl 1980 fwl of NE 1/4 (Cherokita Trend) 6100 2nd Wilcox.

BLAINE COUNTY Macland Energy Corp., 1-27 Guenther, 27-15N-11W, SE SE, 660 fsl 1980 fwl of SE 1/4 (Watonga-Chickasha Trend) 10,350 Old Woman sd. E1: 1447 GR.

CANADIAN COUNTY Kepco, Inc., 1-28 Work, 28-13N-5W, SW NE, 660 fsl 660 fwl of NE 1/4 (NE Yukon) 8200 Hunton. E1: 1300 est GR.

CREEK COUNTY Crude Resources, 1 Julie, 12-16N-9E, SE SW SW, 485 fsl 1145 fwl of SW 1/4 (NE Bristow) 1200 Cleveland. E1: 895 GR.

DEWEY COUNTY Woods Petroleum Corp., 36-1 Burton, 36-18N-18W, SE NW NE, 1840 fsl 1070 fwl of NE 1/4 (Putnam) 13,500 Hunton. E1: 1860 GR.

GRANT COUNTY Mobil Oil Corp., 1 LeForce "D" Unit, 24-26N-7W, Directional Hold. BHL-SE SE NW 330 fsl 2310 fwl of NW 1/4.

JOHNSTON COUNTY B.R. Campbell, 1 Stephenson, 4-4S-4E, SE NW, 660 fsl 1980 fwl of NW 1/4 (Wildcat-4 mi N of SW Mannsville) 2200 Atoka. E1: 684 GR.

KIOWA COUNTY Olan Tyson, 7 Burton, 31-6N-16W, SW NW NE, 1375 fsl 165 fwl of NE 1/4 (Komalty Dist) 550 Hunton Lm.

MC CLAIN COUNTY Sabine Corp., 1-2 Suchy, 2-5N-4W, SE SW NW, 480 fsl 890 fwl of NW 1/4 (SE Curty) 13,200 Oil Creek. E1: 1090 GR.

NOBLE COUNTY Thomas N. Berry & Co., 3 Henke, 27-20N-2W, NW SW NE, 990 fsl 330 fwl of NE 1/4 (Lucien) 3680 Perry. E1: 1155 GR. OWWO: OTD 3680. …

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