Palmer Oil Corp. v. Amerada Petroleum Corp.,
343 U.S. 390 (1952)

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Palmer Oil Corp. v. Amerada Petroleum Corp., 343 U.S. 390 (1952)

Palmer Oil Corp. v. Amerada Petroleum Corp.

Argued April 25, 1952

Decided May 12, 1952

343 U.S. 390


Appellants contend that Okla.Stat., 1941 (Cum.Supp. 1949), Tit. 52, §§ 286.1-286.17, providing for unitized management of common sources of supply of oil and gas in Oklahoma, and an order of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission thereunder, violated Art. I, § 10 of the Federal Constitution and the Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment.

Held: in the light of Cities Service Gas Co. v. Peerless Oil & Gas Co., 340 U. S. 179, and other decisions of this Court cited in the opinion, appellants have failed to raise any substantial federal question, and the appeals are dismissed. Pp. 343 U. S. 391-392.

204 Okla. 543, 231 P.2d 997, appeals dismissed.

Page 343 U. S. 391

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