Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


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NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 930 168624-T

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Apache Corporation. Relief Sought: Increased Well Density. Land Covered: Section 21, Township 15 North, Range 23 West, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma.

THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To the following parties, if living; or if deceased, then their unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, successors, trustees, and/or assigns; or, the unknown successors, trustees or assigns, if any, of any dissolved

corporation, or the unknown successors of any party designated in any record as trustee: Santa Fe Minerals, Inc.; Enron Oil Gas Company; Kaiser Frances Oil Company; Pennzoil Exploration Production Co.; Bristol Resources Corporation; Kerr-McGee Corporation; RAMCO NYL 1987 Ltd. Partnership; Reading Bates Operating Company; Penn Brothers, Inc.; Penn Resources, Inc.; Harold E. Heath; DeBauge Bros., Inc.; Glenn Supply Company; William L. Keele; A T Development, a partnership; W.W. Hamilton; Otto O. Rosemary Fox Hess; Clinton R. Plant; Milton Neely; Nebco Constructors, Inc.; Viersen Cochran; MGF Oil Corporation; Smith Oil Company; Chevron USA, Inc.; Woodruff Land

Mineral Trust; Wallace Investments; Frank D. Lucas and Brilla Lucas; Julia Lucas, a/

k/a Julia A. Lucas; First State Bank and Trust Company of Pittsburg, Kansas as Trustee of the W.B. Pritchett Trust; Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC); William Thurmond Farmer; Lonnie L. Farmer; Patsy Briggs Lucas; Darlene Rounds and Dean Rounds; Nicor Exploration Company; UMC Petroleum Corporation; Beard Oil Company; Robert R. Klabzuba; Raymond M. Timpanelli; Sea First America Corporation; Vintage Petroleum, Inc.; Minerals Management Services United States of America; Internorth, Inc.; Edward H. Leede; Pinion Oil Company, Inc.; Minnesota State Board of Investment; Rock Island 1979 Exploration Project Company; Frances Brown Rupel; Gary Fred Cobb; Don J. Brown; Marathon Oil Company; Tower Operating Company; Yale Oil Association, Inc.; Guy F. Cobb; Lucille Moritzky, now Hogue; Panhandle Royalty Company; Flag Redfern Oil Corporation, now Kerr McGee Corporation; Irene Burgess; Farmers Union Cooperative Royalty Company; Clara A. Wood; Audrey Lue Fager; Global Natural Resources of Nevada; Pennzoil Company; TXO Production Company, now Marathon Oil Company; Samson Resources Company; Imperial Lease Fund, Ltd.; Incon Royalty Joint Venture; Aquaenco, Inc.; Statex Petroleum, Inc.; Watson Exploration, Inc.; Nortex Corporation; Pitt Co., Leeway Co.; Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Bost Co., Kane Co., Orth Co., How Company; The Trustees of Princeton University; Sovran Bank, N.A., as Executor of the Estate of George E. Allen, Jr., deceased; Robert E. Burnham Jean O. Burnham, h wjt; William B. Rogers; Scope Exploration, Inc.; Robert H. Kanner and Howard Amster; N. Dale Talkington; Deone K. Pearcy; Joe Cassody; Diverse Energy Investments; Diverse Energy Investments, as Mortgagor; Raymond A. Hagan; Aspen Land Exploration Co.; Sonat Exploration Company; First State Bank and Trust Company, Pittsburg, Kansas, Executor of the Estate of Athlyn C. Pritchett; Robert D. McKenna; Stacey Helen Schusterman, Co-Trustee, Agent A-I-F for Albert S. Morrison, Co-Trustee of the Stacey Family Trust dated 11/23/84; Charles Schusterman Enterprises; A.J. Properties, Inc.; Primeenergy Asset and Income Fund, L. …

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