Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


(99935) NOTICE OF HEARING Cause CD No. 162946 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Murphy Production Company. Relief Sought: Well Location Exception. Legal& Description: NE/4 NW/4 Sec- tion 30, Township 5 North, Range 6 East, Seminole& County, Oklahoma.

TO ALL PERSONS, owners, produc- ers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas, including Zula Mae Cook, and all persons if 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 in Seminole County, Okla- homa.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Applicant requests that Order No.

360759 be amended to permit a well to be drilled at the following location:

330 feet from the north line and 165 feet from the east line of NE/ 4 NW/4 Section 30, Township 5 North, Range 6 East, Seminole County, Oklahoma.

The Order No. 360759 established 40-acre drilling and spacing units for the Calvin Senora and Thurman common source(s) of supply underlying said NE/ 4 NW/4 Section 30, which said Order requires the well to be located not less than 330 feet from the unit boundary.

That the requested location will be closer to the NW/4 NE/4 Section(s) 30, Township 5 North, Range 6 East, Seminole County, Oklahoma than is permitted by the spacing order(s) cover- ing the listed common source(s) of supply.

That the Applicant be permitted to drill and produce said well at said location for the Calvin, Senora and Thurman common source(s) of supply without any downward allowable adjust- ments and designate Applicant or some other party as operator. …

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