Third-Party Defendant: Wellhead Maker Fails To State Cognizable Claim

Mealey's (June 18, 2015, 4:14 PM EDT) -- OKLAHOMA CITY — A third-party defendant that provided what are referred to as “oil field services” at a hydraulic fracturing site on Sept. 30, 2014, filed a reply brief in Oklahoma federal court contending that the company that manufactured the equipment for the operation is not entitled to indemnity for a wellhead rupture because the manufacturer fails to allege a claim that is cognizable under the law (Chesapeake Appalachia LLC, et al. v. Cameron International Corporation v. Pumpco Energy Services Inc., No. 13-1118, W.D. Okla.)....
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