Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


(99915) NOTICE OF HEARING Cause CD No. 162908 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: NCI Enterprises, Inc. Relief Requested: The unitized management, opera- tion and further development of the Red Fork Sand in the South Centerpoint Unit, including sec- ondary recovery operations.

Legal Description: The South Half of Section 12, The North- west Quarter and the North Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 13, and the Northeast Quarter of Section 14, all in Township 9 North, Range 2 East, in Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers, and takers of oil and gas and including all persons living or if deceased, their known and unknown successors and all corporations existing and if dissolved its known and unknown successors, and all other persons having an interest in the lands covered hereby, particularly Singer Bros., Jerry Glenn Butler, Keith G. Butler c/o Gary L. Butler, Gary L. Butler, Wood Oil Company, Edith E. Favell, Myrl R. Brundege & Kathryn L. Villines, Trustees of the IB Brundege Residuary Trust, Caroline Bartlett Trustee of the Caroline Bartlett Revocable Trust dated March 1, 1991, Robert L. Scott & Arlene M. Scott, Co-Trustees of the Robert L. Scott Family Trust, Bank of Oklahoma, N.A., Trustee of the Robert S. Bowers Family Trust, Paul E. Kloberdanz & Kaye Kloberdanz, Co- Trustees of the Paul E. Kloberdanz Family Trust, Mildred Frances Bryans, Janis Catherine Favell, James Edward Favell, Jr., John Thomas Favell, Philip Billington Favell, Glenn E. Bryans, Dennis Balch, Trustee of the G.G.

Greenhill Trust, Alfred M. Parsons, Joe Rick Parsons, Kelly D. Parsons, Randy C. Parsons, Baptist Foundation of Oklahoma, Mary M. Day, Henryetta Palmer, Betty Littleton, Carol Littleton, Charlene Littleton Lingo, John Garrett Lingo & Mildred G. Littleton as Trustees under the Mildred G. Littleton Revocable Trust dated August 19, 1987, Marrion Patrick, Mary E. McBride, Josie Mae Andrews & Austin M. Andrews, Trustees of the Josie Mae Andrews Revocable Trust dated April 25, 1991, Edith Griffin, Robert L. Bradway, Mark A. Bradway, Zane Porter, Charles Porter, Kenneth Porter, Jack Porter, Richard D. Bradway, Jeffrey T. Rodman, Timothy D. Rod- man, Michael Rodman, Melissa Kay Rodman, now Amsden, Jennifer L. Merkey, Florence Pitman, Beryl D. Stout, NCNB Texas Nat'l Bank, N.A., Trustee of Sabine Royalty Trust, P.W.

Goodman c/o Mildred M. Goodman, Attorney-in-Fact for P.W. Goodman, Hallie Mae Dutton, Mary Poulos, John D. Wilford, Stella M. Dutton, George M. Dutton, Sandra Fiedler Hicks, Bertha B. Casteel, Bessie Kathryn Phillips, Velma Joye Vance, Barbara Warren, Billy Jo Rohrer & Robert A. Casteel c/o Bertha B. …

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