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NEW LOCATIONS Received 6-20-89 BEAVER COUNTY B.P. Exploration Helfenbein 1-29, 19-1N-24ECM, S/2 S/2 NE/4, 140fsl1320fwl of NE/4; Council Grove 3701, Chase Group 3262; TD 4450; Gr. El: 2794; Date Oper. to Begin: NA; Surf. Casing: 450.

CLEVELAND COUNTY Estoril Producing Corp. Wiebe 1, 26-10N-2W, C NW/4 SE/4, 1980fsl660fwl of SE/4; Skinner 6552, Red Fork 6627; TD 7000; Gr. El: 1152; Date Oper. to Begin: 6-20-89; Surf. Casing: 1200.

CREEK COUNTY Waggoner Drilling Co. Jackson "B" 1, 9-15N-9E, E/2 SE/4 NW/4 SE/4, 1650fsl-1090fwl of SE/4; Skinner 2300, Red Fork 2400; TD 2450; Gr. El: 825; Date Oper. to Begin: NA; Surf. Casing: 50.

GARFIELD COUNTY Sooner Exploration & Development Co., Inc. Bilden 1, 14-20N-5W, S/2 NW/4 NW/4 NW/4, 2145fsl-330fwl of NW/4; Cottage Grove 5000, Layton 5215, Skinner 5850, Manning 6050, Mississippi Solid 6150, Viola 6760, 1st Wilcox 6830, 2nd Wilcox 7020; TD 7200; Gr. El: 1065; Date Oper. to Begin: 8/1/89; Surf. Casing: 450.

GARVIN COUNTY Chesapeake Operating, Inc. Jones 116, 16-4N-4W, C NE/4 SW/4, 1980fsl1980fwl of SW/4; Sycamore 10,060, Hunton 10,595, Sylvan 10,955; TD 11,025; Gr. El: 982; Date Oper. to Begin: 7-14-89; Surf. Casing: 850.

HUGHES COUNTY Enersource Royalty Corp. Gist 1, 209N-10E, NE/4 SE/4 NW/4, 990fsl2310fwl of NW/4; calvin 982, Wewoka 710, Senora 1385, Thurman 1450, Savanna 2010, Booch 2530, Hartshorne 2660, Gilcrease 2760; TD 3200; Gr. El: 764; Date Oper. to Begin: 6/19/89; Surf. Casing: 200.

KAY COUNTY Moore Operating Co. Inc. Parker 5A, 33-29N-1E, SW/4 SE/4 NW/4 SE/4, 1485fsl-825fwl of SE/4; Newkirk 1550; TD 1550; Gr. El: 581; Date Oper. to Begin: NA; Surf. Casing: 190.

KINGFISHER COUNTY Lone Wolf Producing Co. …

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