RKI Expl. & Prod., LLC v. Ameriflow Energy Servs., LLC, No. 02-20-00384-CV, 2022 Tex. App. LEXIS 4331 (Tex. App. June 23, 2022)
A recent decision by the Court of Appeals of Texas highlights the perils of failing to properly assert a demand for contractual indemnity.
In 2014, a piece of equipment, known as a sand separator, exploded at an oil well in Loving County, TX, killing two individuals and injuring three others. RKI Exploration & Production LLC operated the oil well. RKI contracted with Ameriflow Energy Services LLC and Crescent Services LLC through two master service agreements (MSAs) and a series of work orders.Continue Reading Not Everything Is Bigger in Texas: Court of Appeals Reverses Trial Court’s Expansive Interpretation of Indemnity Clause