Panel Reverses, Remands $12.7M Award; Damaged Well May Have Been ‘Repairable’

(August 16, 2016, 2:40 PM EDT) -- DALLAS — An appeals panel in Texas on Aug. 11 reversed and remanded a case in which $12.7 million in damages were assessed against a company that provides hydraulic fracturing equipment because the trial court erred when it refused to submit a question to the jury with regard to whether a fracking well that was damaged in an explosion could be repaired (Premium Valve Services LLC v. Comstock Oil & Gas LP, et al., No. 01-15-00108, Texas App., 5th Dist., Dallas; 2016 Tex. App. LEXIS 8666)....
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