2015 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 17. Corporation Commission
§17-159.14. Information to be furnished with application.
In addition to any other requirements of the Commission, the rules of the Commission shall require the applicant to submit with its application the following:
(a) Plans, specifications, maps, surveys, and field notes in such detail and form as the Commission shall prescribe to demonstrate the physical feasibility of the proposed water transportation line and the ability of the applicant to complete the same.
(b) Financial statements in such form and detail as the Commission shall prescribe to demonstrate the estimated cost of the facilities and present financial ability of the applicant to construct and operate the same.
(c) A construction schedule showing the proposed starting and completion dates of the project and its major phases, as well as the date on which the water transportation line will be available for service.
(d) Certification by the Oklahoma Water Resourses Board in such form as the Commission shall prescribe that there are, under the laws of Oklahoma, water permits or rights presently vested in that segment of the public sought to be served by the applicant, adequate to provide the applicant with sufficient traffic to make the proposed water transportation line financially feasible.
(e) Certification by the Oklahoma Water Resources Board in such form as the Commission shall prescribe that the water transportation line to be built, if built in keeping with the proposed plans and specifications, will be safe and not a menace to life and property and will not result in waste through excessive loss of water in transit or storage while in the facilities of the applicant.
(f) Certification by the Oklahoma State Department of Health in such form as the Commission shall prescribe that the water transportation line to be built, if built in keeping with the proposed plans and specifications, will be adequate to protect the water from pollution or degradation while in the facilities of the applicant.
Laws 1969, c. 109, § 4, emerg. eff. April 1, 1969.
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