Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


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AMENDED

NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 940 001037

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Marathon Oil Company. Relief Sought: Drilling and Spacing Units. Legal Description: SE/4 of Section 18, Township 3 North, Range 2 East, Garvin County, Oklahoma.

This notice of hearing is being amended to space the entire SE/4 of Section 18, Township 3 North, Range 2 East, Garvin County, Oklahoma instead of the NE/4 SE/4 of said Section 18.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To All Persons, Owners, Producers, Operators, Purchasers and Takers of oil and gas, and all other interested persons particularly in Garvin County, Oklahoma, and more particularly: H.L. Crockett; James Robert Rickey, Dorothy Jean Rickey; Dorothy Wicklin; The Liberty National Bank Trust Company of Oklahoma City, Trustee for Mary Lyons Mays; Eola Oil Company; John Ware Dougherty, Jr., Trustee of the John Ware Dougherty Revocable Trust; Walter Neustadt, Jr., Trustee under declaration of trust dated the 14th day of April, 1975; Jean Neustadt; B. Abbot Sparks, Jr., as trustee of the Oil, Gas and Other Mineral interests trust under LW T of B.A. Sparks, dec.; Janet M. Taliaferro and/or M. Thurman Meyers, Jr., as Trustees of the Janet M. Taliaferro 1988 Trust; M. Thurman Meyers, Jr., Trustee and Janet M. Taliaferro, Trustee of the MTMJ Trust dated the 31st day of December, 1987; William McKinney, c/o P.O. Box 445; Sammy Dean McKinney; James Emerson McKinney; Novarro Reubin Orphan, Sr.; Pauline Taylor, nee McKinney; Thomas Lee Loma, c/o Winston Jefferson; Winston Jefferson, Guardian of the Estate of David Ray Loma Kimberly Dawn Loma, minors; Lone Oak Plantation, Inc.; Jan Taylor; Stephen C. Baxter; Robert Payne, Jr.; Joe B. Clifton Exploration, Inc.; David K. Moore; K. Phil Fleetwood; Mark G. Raizen; John F. Raizen; Deborah A. Raizen; David M. Raizen; Estate of Evelyn Ruth Hibdon Sherman, c/o Ted V. Sherman; Estate of Jess D. Hibdon, Jr. c/o Lorene Hibdon; Estate of Herbert B. Hibdon, c/o Audrey Hibdon/Hotopp; Becky Hibdon/Carwithern; Ted V. Sherman; Lorene Hibdon; Audrey Hibdon/

Hotopp; Vola McIntyre Longmire; and, if any of the above named are deceased, the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, and assigns, immediate and remote, of the above named persons; and, if any of the above named companies are no longer in existence, the unknown successors or trustees of the above named companies; and all other parties entitled to notice. …

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