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Overview

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Gas Utilities Division permits screened, 1974-1979,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Railroad Commission of Texas, Gas Utilities Division:

An Inventory of Gas Utilities Division Permits Screened at the Texas State Archives, 1974-1979



Overview

Creator: Railroad Commission of Texas. Gas Utilities Division.
Title: Gas Utilities Division permits screened
Dates: 1974-1979
Abstract: The Gas Services Division (formerly the Gas Utilities Division)of the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) establishes rates and services for gas utilities and their customers and enforces those rates. It also maintains safety standards for gas and hazardous liquids pipeline systems; oversees intrastate gathering and storage services; and adopts and maintains adequate safety rules and standards in the handling, transportation, and odorization of LP-gases. This series consists of permit forms and correspondence, dating 1974-1979. The Gas Utilities Division (later called the Gas Services Division) of the Railroad Commission of Texas screens a permit application to operate natural gas pipelines to determine if the operator is classified as a gas company or as a gas utility.
Quantity: 2 microfilm reels
Language These records are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The Railroad Commission of Texas regulates the exploration, production, and transportation of oil and natural gas in Texas. Its statutory role is to prevent waste of the state's natural resources, to protect the correlative rights of different interest owners, to prevent pollution, and to provide safety in matters such as hydrogen sulfide. It oversees hazardous materials pipelines and natural gas pipelines and distribution systems as well as propane, butane, compressed natural gas, and liquefied natural gas. It works to make sure a continuous, safe supply of natural gas is available to Texas consumers at the lowest reasonable price. Additionally, the Commission regulates surface mining for coal, uranium, and iron ore gravel, and conducts a program for reclaiming lands that were mined and abandoned before 1975.

The Railroad Commission of Texas had its origin in the demands of the shipping public in the late 1880s that insisted that railroads be subject to regulation based on public interest. An advocate for governmental regulation, Attorney General James Stephen Hogg ran for Governor in 1890 with the issue of railroad regulation as the focal point of the campaign. Hogg was elected Governor in the general election and the voters also approved an amendment to Article X, Section 2 of the Texas Constitution that empowered the Legislature to enact statutes creating regulatory agencies. These elections paved the way for the Legislature to enact on April 3, 1891 "An Act to Establish a Railroad Commission of the State of Texas," that later was placed in the Texas Revised Civil Statutes under article 6444 et seq. (House Bills 1, 3, and 58, 22nd Texas Legislature, Regular Session).

The Commission originally consisted of three members appointed by the Governor for three-year terms. Governor Hogg appointed the first three Commissioners in 1891 including John H. Reagan, who resigned as U.S. Senator from Texas to serve as the first Chairman. The Texas Constitution, Article XIX, Section 30 was amended in 1894 to provide for elective six-year overlapping terms for the Commissioners. That same year John H. Reagan was elected and served until his retirement in 1903.

The Texas Railroad Commission was the first regulatory agency created in the State of Texas and originally had jurisdiction over the rates and operations of railroads, terminals, wharves and express companies. The legal focus was on intrastate passenger and freight activities. Interstate jurisdiction fell under the U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission. For the first twenty-five years of its existence, the Railroad Commission was largely concerned with regulating railroads, setting rates, receiving complaints, and making investigations. As other controversies arose where the Legislature deemed that the public interest could best be served by regulation, additional duties were assigned to the Railroad Commission.

The Railroad Commission's authority was broadened beginning in 1917 with the passage of the Pipeline Petroleum Law (Senate Bill 68, 35th Legislature, Regular Session) that declared pipelines to be common carriers like railroads and placed them under the Commission's jurisdiction. This was the first act to designate the Railroad Commission as the agency to administer conservation laws relating to oil and gas. The Commission's regulatory and enforcement powers in oil and gas were increased by the Oil and Gas Conservation Law (Senate Bill 350 of the 36th Legislature, Regular Session), effective June 18, 1919. This act gave the Railroad Commission jurisdiction to regulate the production of oil and gas. Acting upon this legislation, the Commission adopted in 1919 the first statewide rules regulating the oil and gas industry to promote conservation and safety, including Rule 37. This rule requires minimum distances between wells at drilling sites in order to protect field pressure and correlative rights.

The Gas Utilities Act of 1920 (House Bill 11, 36th Legislature, 3rd Called Session) gave the Commission regulatory and rate authority over individuals and businesses producing, transporting, or distributing natural gas in Texas. In 1937, following a large natural gas explosion in a school in New London, Texas, the 45th Legislature passed legislation giving the Railroad Commission the authority to adopt rules and regulations pertaining to the odorization of natural gas or liquefied petroleum gases (House Bill 1017, Regular Session).

The passage of the Public Regulatory Act of 1975 (PURA) (House Bill 819, 64th Legislature, Regular Session) required certain state regulatory agencies, including the Commission, to set the overall revenues of a utility based on its "cost of service." Regulation of liquefied petroleum was added to the Commission's responsibilities in 1939 by the 46th Legislature (House Bill 792, Regular Session). The legislation authorized the Commission to adopt and enforce safety rules and standards in the storage, handling, transportation, and odorization of butane or LP-gases. Regulation of compressed natural gas was added to the Railroad Commission's responsibilities in 1983 (Senate Bill 617, 68th Legislature, Regular Session).

In 2005, the Rail Division and its remaining function, rail safety regulation, were transferred to the Texas Department of Transportation (House Bill 2702, 79th Legislature, Regular Session). The Railroad Commission no longer has any railroad-related functions.

Three divisions with the agency have regulatory functions: the Gas Services Division, the Oil and Gas Division, and the Surface Mining and Reclamation Division. The Office of the General Counsel's Enforcement Section has enforcement powers, the Safety Division is responsible for the safe transportation of products through pipelines, installation of LP-Gas (propane), and the reporting of damage to pipelines through third-party damage reporting, and the Alternative Fuels Research and Education Division has research and education functions. Support divisions include the Public Information Office, Personnel, Finance and Administration, Information Technology Services, Intergovernmental Affairs, and the Office of Internal Audit. Three elected Commissioners direct the operations of the agency.

The Gas Services Division works to ensure that a continuous safe supply of gas is available to Texas consumers at the lowest reasonable rates. The division establishes rates and services that are fair and reasonable for gas utilities and their customers; enforces those rates; maintains safety standards in the gas and hazardous liquids pipeline systems throughout the state by inspection and investigation of any hazards or accidents; oversees intrastate gathering and storage services; and adopts and maintains adequate safety rules and standards in the handling, transportation, and odorization of LP-gases (liquefied petroleum gases) for dealers, handlers, and consumers. It further regulates propane and compressed natural gas by requiring anyone working with these gases to pass a written qualifying exam administered by the Commission. The division also focuses on regulatory policy and analysis as well as identifying and eliminating natural gas transportation problems. There are four main sections in this division - Audit, Liquefied Petroleum Gas, Pipeline Safety, and Regulatory and Analysis.

(Sources: Guide to Texas State Agencies, various editions; general laws and statutes; the Railroad Commission website, accessed on August 24, 2008; and the records themselves.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The Gas Services Division of the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) establishes rates and services for gas utilities and their customers and enforces those rates. It also maintains safety standards for gas and hazardous liquids pipeline systems; oversees intrastate gathering and storage services; and adopts and maintains adequate safety rules and standards in the handling, transportation, and odorization of LP-gases. This series consists of permit forms and correspondence, dating 1974-1979. The Gas Utilities Division (GUD) (later called the Gas Services Division) of the Railroad Commission of Texas screens a permit application to operate natural gas pipelines to determine if the operator is classified as a gas company or as a gas utility. This designation has important ramifications concerning safety regulation, rates, auditing, and taxes. A gas utility pays a gross receipts tax on its pipeline revenues, has its rates set by the Commission, must follow strict safety regulations, and is regularly audited by the GUD. A gas company is still held to minimum safety standards, such as odorization of gas, but in general, is not as strictly regulated as a gas utility and pays no gross receipts tax or has regular audits.

Natural gas operators filled out two forms to help the RRC determine their status; form T4, "Application for Permit to Operate Pipeline or Pipelines in Texas," submitted to the Administrative Services Division, and form PS-18, "Operations Information Form," submitted to the GUD. Based on the information in the forms, the GUD determined if a pipeline operation was subject to its rules and regulations.

Usually, both types of forms and some correspondence are in any one company's permit file, but sometimes one or both of the forms are missing. The correspondence in these records is routine. There are internal division memos discussing the status of individual companies, outgoing correspondence informing the company of its designation, and incoming correspondence asking questions and sometimes protesting the GUD's decision. If such a dispute became prolonged or formal the matter was transferred to the Legal Section.

This finding aid describes one series of the Railroad Commission of Texas records. See Railroad Commission of Texas: An Overview of Records for more records series.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.

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Arrangement of the Records

These records are arranged alphabetically by name of the company as received from the agency.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials housed in the State Archives do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Microfilm readers are available in the Geneology and Reference reading rooms at the Texas State Library and Archives.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Railroad Commission of Texas. Gas Utilities Division.
Subjects:
Gas companies--Texas.
Natural gas--Texas.
Gas industry--Texas.
Document Types:
Permits--Texas--Gas industry--1974-1979.
Functions:
Regulating gas industry.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Railroad Commission of Texas, Gas Utilities Division audit files, 1974-1979, 2 microfilm reels

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Gas Utilities Division permits screened, Railroad Commission of Texas. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1981/120

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Railroad Commission of Texas on February 12, 1981.

Processing Information

Inventoried by Laura K. Saegert, 1981

Described by Paul Beck, January 1987

DACS compliance by Laura K. Saegert, September 2008.

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Gas Utilities Division permits screened, 1974-1979,
2 microfilm reels

Reel
3349 Abel, M.D., # 00811
Adobe Oil and Gas Corporation, # 00515
Amalgamated Bonanza Petroleum Ltd., # 01799
American Isometrics, # 01472
American Petrofina Co., # 00990
American Petrofina Co., # 00100
Amoco Production, # 01910
Apache Gas, # 01626
Apco Oil, # 00796
Arcadia Refining:
01499
01613
01705
Archer, Carl M., # 01017
Ashland Oil, Inc., # 00002
Ashland Oil, Inc., # 00002, Retake
Aweco, Inc., # 01766
B. and L. Production, # 01638
Balcones Minerals, # 00975
Bass, Perry R., Inc., # 00143
Bass Enterprises Production, # 00769
B.D.K. Production Co., Inc.:
00925
01767
01768
01769
B.D. & W. Petroleum Co., Inc., # 01849
Baxter, Murphy H., # 01410
Benavides Pipeline, # 01027
Benavides Pipeline, # 01061
Bexar Pipeline, # 01267
Bexar Pipeline, # 01531
Big Lake Gas, # 01743
Black Hawk Gasoline, # 00981
Blair-Vreeland, # 00572
Blasston Marine Corp., # 01479
Bleakley, Jack, # 01485
Blue Dolphin Pipeline Co., # 00286
Boldt Pipelines, # 01522
Bough Oil and Gas Co., # 01348
Brazos Pipeline Corp., # 01928
Brazos Transmission Utility, Inc., # 01906
Brennan Energy, Inc., # 01931
Brinkerhoff Oil, Inc., # 01780
Browder Brothers Gas Co., # 00901
Bruns, H.D., # 00005
Burk, J.D., # 01721
Burk Royalty Co., # 00973
Burnertip Gas Sales Co., # 01062
Burns, R.L. Corp., # 01310
Burns Petroleum, # 00937
C. & P. Gathering Co., # 01740
Cactus Operating Co., # 00531
Cannan, Morris, # 01209
Canyon Gas Gathering Co., # 01367
C.B. Gas Gathering Inc., # 00799
C.B. Gas Gathering Inc., # 01826
C.C.G.P., Ltd., # 01927
Champline Gathering Co., # 01704
Chase Oil and Gas, Inc., # 00007
Chase Oil and Gas, Inc., # 00008
Cheyenne Compressor Corp., # 01753
Christie Oil Co., Inc., # 00009
Cities Service Co.:
00288
00289
00290
00294
00295
01471
Clajon Gas Co., # 01601
Clajon Gas Co., # 01602
Clemco, # 01349
Coastal States Crude Gathering Co., # 01882
Cobra Oil and Gas Corp., # 00012
Coline Oil Corp., # 00013
Comal-Tex Gathering Co., # 01536
Continental Carbon Co., # 00986
Convest Energy Corp., # 01726
Coronado Transmission Co.:
00907
01024
01352
01353
01411
01455
01456
01457
01458
01459
01460
01461
01462
01463
01464
01465
01466
01467
01468
01469
01660
01661
01662
01664
01672
01695
01735
01815
01816
01846
01869
01887
Corpus Christi Oil and Gas Co., # 01286
Corpus Christi Oil and Gas Co., # 01951
Cottonwood Pipeline Co., # 01606
Cowden, Wright E., # 01511
Cox, Edwin L., # 00017
Crawford Energy, # 01506
Crescent Pipeline System, # 00793
Crockett, M.W., # 01127
Crystal Oil and Land Co., # 00673
Crystal Oil and Land Co., # 00997
Dallas Royalty, Inc., # 01830
Daniel Oil Co., # 00861
Darland, D.L., # 01558
Delta Oil and Gas, # 00022
Delta-Suburban, # 00685
Dinero Oil Co., # 01130
D.K.G., Inc., # 01935
Double Eagle Drilling Co., # 01404
Duncan Corp., # 00073
Dynamic of Texas, Inc., # 01911
Eagle Transmission Corp., # 01885
East Hardin Pipeline Co., Inc., # 01925
Eddleman, M.W., # 01189
Energy Development Corp., # 01565
Energy Transmission, # 01586
Engelke, R.H., # 01770
Enterprise Resources, Inc., # 01860
Enterprise Resources, Inc., # 01904
Enterprises Unlimited, Inc., # 01476
Erso, Inc., # 00066
Esperanza Pipeline Corp., # 01716
Esperanza Pipeline Corp., # 01730
Etling, William F.D., # 01001
Expando Prod. Co., # 00081
Explorado Oil Co., # 01126
Exxon Corp.:
01865
01866
01867
Fabsteel Co., The, # 01387
Fagadau, Sanford P., # 01014
Fair, R.E. Gathering System, # 01013
Fair Operating Account, # 01012
Farmland Industries, Inc., # 01307
Fergeson Crossing Pipeline Co.:
01090
01720
01870
01889
Field, James R., # 01583
Fields, Bert, Jr., # 00019
Fleming Energy, # 01955
Fletcher, E.B., # 01919
Forest Oil Corp., # 00791
Fox, Hewitt B., Inc., # 01007
Freestone Gas Co., # 01520
Gas Engine & Compressor Service, Inc., # 01028
General Enterprise, Inc., # 01568
Geo-Tech Petroleum Mgt. Corp., # 01263
Geological Exploration Co., # 01560
Germany-Humphrey Oil Prop., # 00074
Getty Oil Co.:
00260
00261
00337
00338
00507
01671
00374 (Aguilares Gas System, Webb County)
00374 (Bay City Gas Gathering System)
00374 (East Carthage Gathering System)
Gifford, Mitchell and Wisebaker, # 01753
Golden Spread Land Co., # 01837
Goldking Production Co.:
01420
01420, Retake
01618
Goodrich Operating, # 00069
Gordan L., Smedling & Associates, Inc., # 00165
Greer Petroleum Co., # 01814
Guajello Pipeline Inc., # 01591
Gulf Coast Gas Corp., # 00923
Gulf Oil Corp.:
00409
00410
00420
00422
00427
00430
00432
00435
00486
00826
01345
Gulf Refining Co., # 01033
Gupton, W.L., # 01437
Gupton Gas Co., # 01657
H-M Oil Co., # 01765
Halbounty, Michael T., # 01065
Hall, Jack R., # 01587
Haring, Louis H., Jr., # 01109
Harrison, Dan J., Jr., # 01527
Helmerich & Payne, Inc., # 01570
Henderson Clay Products, Inc., # 01744
High Chapperal Oil Co., # 01282
Highland Resources, Inc.:
01840
01858
01841
01859
01842
H.M.H. Operators, # 01416
H.N.G. Oil Co., # 01653
Hoffman, W.H. (Bill), # 01635
Holly Energy, Inc., # 01778
Hopkins-Pope, # 01643
Horizon Oil and Gas Co., # 00972
Houston Oil and Minerals Corp.:
01676
01678
01757
Huffington, Roy M., # 00411
Huggs, Gerald E., # 01890
Hughes and Hughes, # 01423
Hunt, D.H.; Hunt Energy Co., # 01899
Hunt, N.B., # 00265
Hurley Petroleum Corp., # 00808
Hurley Petroleum Corp., # 00029
Intercoastal Operating Co., # 00817
Interamerican Energy Corp., # 01825
Intrastate Gathering Corp., # 01872
Iron County Plant, # 00096
Jet Oil Producers, Inc., # 00802
Jones Management Corp., # 00210
K & A, Inc., # 01444
Ka-Hugh International, Inc., # 01556
Kaiser-Francis Oil Co., # 00314
Kansas-Nebraska Natural Gas Co., # 01135
Kansas-Nebrasks Natural Gas Co., # 00136
Kemick, Jerome G., # 01801
Kenilworth Oil Co., # 01592
Kennedy & Chanig, # 01625
Kerr-McGee Corp., # 00072
Kerr-McGee Corp., # 00846
Key Production Co., # 01733
Kilroy Company of Texas, Inc., # 01414
Kuehl, D.W., # 01912
L.F. & G. Gas Gathering Co., # 01853
L.F. & G. Gas Gathering Co., # 01854
Lamar Gas Gathering Corp., # 00745
Latimer 73 Ltd. Partnership, # 00744
Lear Petroleum Corp., # 00233
Leggett Lumber Co., Inc., # 00865
Lewis Production Co., Inc., # 01369
Liquid Energy Corp., # 01877
Liquid Energy Corp., # 01876
Logue & Patterson, Inc., # 01116
Machii-Ross Petroleum Co., # 01864
Mapco, Inc., # 00668
Mapco, Inc., # 00669
Marino, Charles B., # 00292
Marino Contractors & Supply, Inc., # 00031
Martex Gas Transmission, # 00036
Maynard Oil Co., # 00305
McBrayer Oil Corp., # 01103
McCann Corp., # 01918
McFadden Oil Corp., # 01751
McFarlane Operating Co., Inc., # 01134
McMoran Exploration Co., # 01594
McMoran Exploration Co., # 01605
Mesa Petroleum Co., # 00801
Michigan-Wisconsin Pipeline Co., # 00708
Midco Energy, Inc., # 01575
Miller, Bob I., # 01670
Millican Oil Co.:
00809
00810
01038
01038, Retake
Milwhite Co., Inc., The, # 00092
Mississippi River Transmission Corp., # 01154
Mississippi River Transmission Corp., # 01155
Mitchell, R.B., # 01073
Mitchell Energy Offshore Corp., # 01719
Mokeen Oil Co., # 01096
Monument En. Corp. and Noble & BRB, # 01544
Moore & Moore, # 01923
Morris Gathering System Venture, # 01940
Morrow, D.B., Inc., # 01723
Mountain Oil Co., # 00938
Murphy Oil Corp., # 00955
Murphy Oil Corp., # 00956
Neeb, H.L., # 01104
Neuhaus, V.F., # 00255
Neuhaus, V.F., # 00234
Northern Gas Products Co., # 00710
Northern Natural Gas Co., # 00763
Norris Petroleum Consultants, Inc., # 01786
Novice Pipeline Co., # 01936
Olmos Gathering Co., # 01698
O.N.G. Exploration, Inc., # 01739
Orr, B.B., # 00039
Owl Petroleum Co., # 01539
Padre Island Resources, Inc., # 00977
Palafox Gas Co., # 01378
Palo Pinto Oil & Gas, # 00675
Panther Hollow Ranch, Ltd., # 01500
Paraffini Oil Corp., # 01680
Paraffini Oil Corp., # 01706
Parker Pipeline Corp., # 1902
Parko, Inc., # 01574
Patton, J.L., # 00042
Patton, J.L., # 00713
Peak Pipeline Corp., # 01445
Pelican Pipeline Co., # 0049
Penisula Exploration Co., # 01588
Pennzoil Producing Co., # 01862
Pennzoil Producing Co., # 01863
Penzo Petroleum, Inc., # 01525
Penzo Petroleum, Inc., # 01608
Peter Paul Petroleum Co., # 01147
Petro-Lewis Corp., # 01193
Petrotex Management Co., # 01371
Petrotex Management Co., # 01669
P.G.P. Gas Products, Inc.:
00106
01734
01805
Phillips, Loyce & Jack, # 01098
Phoenix Resources Co., # 01187
Prairie Producing Co., # 01341
Premier Resources, Ltd., # 01278
Pringle Petroleum, Inc., # 01881
Prudential Drilling Co., # 00239
Prudential Drilling Co., # 01873
Quinlan Processing Plant, Inc., # 01129
Quintana Petroleum Corp., # 01481
Rael Gas Co., # 00989
Rainbow Pipeline Co., # 01636
Range Oil Corp., # 01898
Rankin Oil Co., # 01070
Ransone, Robert, Inc., # 01725
Red Rooster Pipeline, # 01577
Rhoads, H.B., # 01855
Robbins, Petroleum, # 01216
Sabine Pipeline Co., # 00184
Sand Bluff Gathering Co., # 01265
Santo Gas Limited (no # given)
Saxon Gasoline Co., # 00049
Saxon Gathering Co., # 00050
Serendipity Gas Co., # 00059
SESCO Production Co., # 00683
Shaffer, Milton F., # 00148
Smith, R.E., # 00718
Snider Industries, Inc., # 01083
S.O.C. Gas, # 01195
South States Oil & Gas Co., # 00184
South States Oil & Gas Co., # 01600
South Texas Gas Co., # 01157
Southeast Carthage Gathering System, # 00213
Southeastern Public Service Co., # 01120
Southland Drilling Co., # 01803
Southwest-Forest Gas Gathering Co. (no. # given)
Southwestern Gas Pipeline Inc., # 01264
Southwestern Gas Pipeline Inc., # 01501
S.R.G. Oil Corp., # 01644
Starrett, C.E.
Stoltz, Wagner & Brown, # 01593
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3350 Strata Energy Inc., # 01649
Stubblefield, D. Lyman, # 01097
Subsurface Energy Corp., # 01609
Sun Natural Gas Corp., # 01683
Swearingen, W.P., # 01607
Tejas Gas Corp.:
00930
00945
00946
00947
00948
01089
01148
01162
01166
01241
01254
01324
01368
01391
01429
01494
01512
01627
01639
01694
01697
01703
01749
01754
01755
01783
01787
01788
01789
01800
01817
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co., # 01006
Texaco, Inc.:
01850
01851
01884
Texas Clay Industries Division, Inc., # 01578
Texas Crude, Inc., # 01752
Texas Gas Exploration Corp., # 00816
Texas Gas Pipeline Corp., # 00147
Texas Gas Gathering Co., Inc., # 01313
Texas Petroleum Co., # 00185
Texcolada Oil Co., # 01623
The Stone Oil Co., # 01821
The Superior Oil Co., # 01782
The Townsend Co., # 01748
Tidal Transmission Co., # 00055
Tiger Oil Co., # 01938
Tiger Oil Co., # 01939
Tigrett, Robert L. Oil & Gas Co., # 00040
Tipco, # 01314
Townsend, G.W.
Trinity Gas Corp., # 00139
Trumpter Petroleum Corp., # 00698
Trumpter Petroleum Corp., # 01285
Tubb, Stephenson Oil Interests, # 01961
Tuco, Inc., # 01641
United Production Co., Inc., # 01402
U.S. Pipeline Corp.:
00900
01186
01914
Vaquero Petroleum Co., # 01932
Vara Petroleum Co., # 01296
Vara Petroleum Co.:
01280
01295
01645
Ventech Engineers, Inc., # 01389
Virlar Exploration, Inc., # 01880
W-D Producing Co., # 00863
Warren Petroleum Co.:
00125
01298
01312
01375
Weaver, W. Carlton, # 01170
WEBCO Pipeline Co., # 01327
West Stevens Gathering System, Inc., # 01581
Western Petroleum Inc., # 01085
Western Petroleum Inc., # 01682
W.H.B. Exploration, # 01956
Wilcox Operating Co., Ltd., # 00015
Wood, McDane & Thomas, # 01140
Worldwide Energy Corp., # 00555
Worldwide Energy Corp., # 01347
Young, Marshall R., Oil Co.:
00080
00766
00767
00767, Retake

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