Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


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NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 930 170484

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: PASCO Oil Company. Relief Sought: Pooling. Legal Description: (A) The Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 26-6N-3E, Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, the drilling and spacing unit for the Hogshooter Lime, Layton Sand, Upper Wewoka Sand, Lower Wewoka Sand, and Senora Sand common sources of supply; and (B) The East Half of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 26-6N-3E, Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, the drilling and spacing unit for the Calvin Sand common source of supply.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons, particularly in Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, and particularly Robert J. Farley, John S. Lyle, Lila Rene Finley, Raymond Neal, Harriet Lajune Monk, Duane Anthony Houston, Oleta Virginia Houston Finley, James Partrick Houston, Sherri Houst Fowler, Altus Rowell, Calvin Houston, Kenneth Houston, John Houston, Billy Ray Houston, Donald U. Bourassa, John Pat Bourassa, Candis Bourassa, Tina Williams, Mary Werenke, Jewell Grisham, Kathleen Tucker Bone, Julian Dean Newbern c/o S.C. Newbern, III, Mary Louise Newbern-Koziol c/o S.C. Newbern, III, Swan Royalty Company, Inc., Wood Oil Company, Jewell P. Grisham Revocable Trust, Sarah Lee Newbern Beykpoor c/o S.C. Newbern, III, Peggy Sue Newbern, now Starks c/o S.C. Newbern, III, Elizabeth I. Merrick, St. Mary's Church, Charles E. McColgan, Ona M. Robertson, Frank R. Swan, Helen Padberg, Robert Guy Marchant Jr., Thomas David Marchant, James Dean Newbern, Carol Ann McGowan, John Alan Newbern, Julie Ann Newbern, Amax Oil

Gas Inc. successor by Merger to Ladd Petroleum Corporation, Dorene Newbern Stephens, Security National Bank and Trust Company of Norman, Trustee for Juleta M. Baskeyfield, Robert Edward Haney c/o Texas Commerce Bank, Merco of Oklahoma, Inc., J.C. Winterringer, attorney-in-fact for Louise Wells Belcher, Edwin Belcher, Lois Wells Robinson and Lavon Wells Winterringer, El Paso National Bank, as Trustee of the Robert E. Haney Family Trust dated May 4, 1982 c/o Texas Commerce Bank, Jay R. Bond, Trustee of the Roma Lee Wilkerson 1992 Trust, Par Oil Company, Mekusukey Oil Company, Inc., Royce S. Farley, Judy Lyle Friend, Kaye Lyle Fisher, John Shaw Lyle Jr., Linda Lyle Flippo, Larry Wilkerson, Patsy Finley Thompson, Mary Frances Sonderberg, Rose Ellen Kirk, Howard Glen Kirk, Fay Kirk, Fay Lowden, Harold Glen Kirk, Bernard Hope Kirk, Mary Walton, Jamie Kirk, Wendell Kirk, Madge Kirk, Thurman A. Houston, Lonnie Ray Rowell, Kenneth Brown, Elizabeth Gibson Houx, Doris Bourassa, Syble Bourassa, G.E. Hartsell, O.R. Ware, J.W. McClure, Virginia V. Giesen, R.A. Brown, Johnie Gregg, L.C. Coleman, W.R. Johnston, Southern Oil Company, L.O. Sowers, Goldie Webb, Henry Ward, Vina Cleghorn, Archer Ward, Virgil Ward, Dovie Duncan, Wyema Ward, Nadine Ward, Adren Ward, Jennie Archer Cox, Madison Archer, George Baird, Eddie Baird, Edna Archer, Evelyn Smyers, Aileen McLauren, Ivanell Nix, Willis Archer, Imogene Archer, Samuel Archer, J. Ruth White, William J. Archer and Fleeta Lee Archer, M.R. Adelman, Ruth Crabbe, Marion Patrick, Donald White, Hubert Ward, Jack B. Hammons, Jewell Nan Wade, Kate Huffman, James M. Roberts, Mary Adelin Roberts Knox, Lora Moore and Edwin Moore, Mary Elizabeth Favell, James Edwrad Favell Jr. …

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