Mealey's (June 18, 2015, 3:24 PM EDT) -- TEXARKANA, Texas — A Texas appeals panel on Nov. 18, 2014, reversed and remanded a case in which a trial court ruled that a drilling company had to pay a hydraulic fracturing contractor for services provided, ruling that the contract that was admitted into evidence was not the actual contract between the parties (Matador Production Company v. Weatherford Artificial Lift Systems Inc., No. 06-14-00015, Texas App., 6th Dist.; 2014 Texas App. LEXIS 12438).
(Opinion available. Document #94-141209-008Z.)
Weatherford Artificial Lift Systems Inc. sued Matador...