Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


(CD63779J)

NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 960 002015-T

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: R.B. Operating Company. Relief Sought: Separate Allowable Hamar No. 1-2 Well. Land Covered: All of Section 2, Township 14 North, Range 14 West, Custer County, Oklahoma.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All Persons, Owners, Producers, Operators, Purchasers and Takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons particularly in Custer County, Oklahoma, including Samson Resources Company, Gerald Adkins, Apache Corporation, Hamon Operating Company, Oneok Exploration Company, Presidio Exploration, Inc., Wagner & Brown, Ltd., Ramco-NYL 1987 L.P., Axem Energy Co., CEBCO, Inc., Rex Archer, Inc., Elizabeth Jean White, Aviva, Inc, Price Oil & Gas Investment, Unit Petroleum Company, Transok, Inc., Associated Natural Gas, Inc., Eland Energy, Inc., Headington Penn Corp., Melinda Price, Xanadu Exploration Co., Sepco, Crawley Petroleum Corporation, Jan Oil Company, St. Mary Operating Company, Anderman/Smith Operating Co., Gloria H. Joy and Robert L. Moore, Donna J. Alexander, Rebecca Ann Reiboldt Averritt, Peggy J. Borror, Frank H. Brame, Executor of the Estate of Marie Brane, Newman, GA 30263, Arthula Carman, James R. Cassill, Nancy Jones Wash, Glenda Mae Claussen, Cloud Family Trust, Peggy M. Cloud, Mike Cloud, Patricia Scott, Co-Trustees, Grover Dingman, William Sheridan Dingman, Charles E. Gray, K.L. Greene, Judith Lynn Reiboldt Haden, Martha Van Buskirk Halderman, Harold R. & Bernice Hanar as JT w/Right of Survivorship, Harold R. Hanar, Curtis C. Hanar, Darrell L. Hanar, Brian Namar, Elouise Hanar, Tom and Patricia Sloan Manning, Keren Payne Miller, Nadine F. Hund, Louis M. Murdock, Rex Payne, Dorothy J. Stevens, Dorothy L. Thomson, Van Buskirk Family Tr Dated 11/3/83, c/o Robert Davis Van Buskirk & Phyllis E. Buskirk, Trustees, John N. Wise & Sherry Lee Wise, Husband and Wife, Mary Louis Cones, Zella K. & George Conkling Family Investments, L.L.C., Gough-Smith Credit Shelter Trust Edwin N. Gouch, Trustee, Gene Hawkins, a/k/a Ronald E. Hawkins, Hoy L. Hawkins, Jill Van Buskirk Porterfield, Curlebra Oil & Gas Company, The Scott Family Trust, John Lloyd Scott/Nelba Scott Trustees, and Rick Payne; and if the above-named entity is a dissolved partnership, corporation or other association, then the unknown successors, trustees and assigns, both immediate and remote, of such dissolved partnership, corporation or other association.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Applicant, R. …

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