Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Richard C. Byrd, of Anderson & Byrd, of Ottawa, argued the cause, and Alfred O. Holl, of Bartlesville, Okla., was with him on the briefs for the appellant.
Jack Glaves, of Topeka, argued the cause, and David J. Berkowitz, of Topeka, was with him on the brief for the appellee state corporation commission.
Gerald Sawatzky, of Foulston, Siefkin, Powers & Eberhardt, of Wichita, argued the cause, and Stuart R. Carter of the same firm was with him on the separate briefs for intervenor-appellees Ashland Oil & Refining Company and Sinclair Oil & Gas Company, and for intervenor-appellee Colorado Interstate Gas Company, division of Colorado Interstate Corporation.
C.C. Linley, of Liberal, argued the cause, and Wendell J. Doggett, of Houston, Texas, was with him on the brief for intervenor-appellee Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company.
Glenn D. Young, Jr., of Lilleston, Spradling, Gott, Stallwitz & Hope, of Wichita, and Guy T. Buell and Gordon D. Ryan, both of Fort Worth, Texas, were on the brief for intervenor-appellee Pan American Petroleum Corporation.
Floyd E. Jensen and Robert Hall, of Adams, Jones, Robinson and Manka, of Wichita, were on the brief for intervenor-appellee Northern Natural Gas Company.
Supreme Court of Kansas.
The opinion of the court was delivered by
This is an action for judicial review of a state corporation commission order denying an application to amend the basic proration order governing production of natural gas in the Kansas Hugoton gas field.
The basic order, dated March 21, 1944, and thereafter amended on various occasions, allocates production of natural gas from wells in the field on the basis of computations made under that which...
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