Corporation Commission Court Docket

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Corporation Commission Court Docket


COURT CALENDER

WEDNESDAY

APRIL 8TH, 1987

COMMISSION EN BANC DOCKET

AT 9:30 A.M.

ROOM #301

COM CD 125467 -- Masters Energy Corp, appeal to appell rep, Mahaffey.

COM CD 128493 -- Schultz: Frank A, appeal to appell rep, G. Brown.

COMMISSION EN BANC DOCKET

AT 1:30 P.M.

ROOM #301

COM PUD 00347 -- Okla. Gas & Electric Co vs Peoples Electric Coop. inc form rendering, furnishing, or making available retail electric service to Solo Cup Co Electric Facilites located within the certified territory of Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co Pontotoc County, Oklahoma.

INITIAL HEARING DOCKET

AT 1:30 P.M.

PUBLIC UTILITY DOCKET

IH PUD 00319 -- Northeast Okla Electric Coop Inc vs Public Service Co of Okla, premises of Gary D. & Joyce L. O'Banion.

MOTION DOCKET

AT 9:00 A.M.

COURT ROOM ``A''

FIRST FLOOR

MD CD 116738 -- JMCK Energy Corp, motion to change oper, Books.

MD CD 120007 -- HG&G, Inc, mot to amend ord & chg oper, Reeves.

MD CD 123378 -- HG&G\{ Inc, mot to amend ord & chg oper, Reeves.

MD CD 134314 -- HG&G, Inc, mot to amend ord & chg oper, Reeves.

MD PD 17947 -- Valley Disposal, Inc, motion for final order &/or motion to reopen.

INITIAL HEARING DOCKET

AT 8:30 A.M.

EH EN 00310 -- State of Okla. vs Rim-Rock, Gas Co, contempt.

CONTINUED INITIAL HEARING DOCKET

AT 8:30 A.M.

CIH EN 00269 -- Davidson vs H.E. Barry, complaint.

CIH EN 00300 -- Davisdon vs T B H Oil Co, complaint.

CIH EN 00304 -- Davidson vs First Dallas Petroleum, Inc, complaint.

CIH EN 00305 -- Davidson vs First Dallas Petroleum, Inc, complaint.

INITIAL HEARING DOCKET

AT 8:30 A. …

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