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By default an OracleConnection is actually a connection pool with 50 connections in it. It is global in scope automatically. Just because the Connection object goes out of scope does not mean it is disconnected. It just goes back into the pool.
You could try disabling pooling if you want (see connection string parameters for more info) but the pool is a very powerful feature that you may want to use.
I see that you have already disabled pooling. Why don't you include a small code sample to illustrate what you are trying to do.