Panel: Energy Company Owes More Than $3.19M For Services Related To Contract
(November 3, 2016, 12:21 PM EDT) -- SAN ANTONIO — A Texas appeals panel on Oct. 26 affirmed a trial court’ decision that an energy exploration company owed a hydraulic fracturing services company $3,190,017.05 for work performed under contract because the Texas Property Code allowed the fracking company to recover the costs it incurred (Shell Western E&P Inc. v. Pel-State Bulk Plant LLC, No. 04-15-00750, Texas. App., 4th Dist.; San Antonio Div.; 2016 Tex. App. LEXIS 11538).
(Opinion available. Document #94-161108-010Z.)
In 2010, Shell Western E&P Inc. acquired a mineral lease...