SM Energy says Indian firm not liable in oil well failure
Dec 14, 2010 | 01:06 PM
SM Energy Co. doesn't plan to take legal action against Indian oil country tubular goods producer Maharashtra Seamless Ltd. for pipe that purportedly failed in an Oklahoma well.
The Denver-based company currently has no evidence "that there was anything wrong in the manufacturing" of the pipe, according to Jesse R. Pierce of Houston law firm Jesse R. Pierce & Associates, which represents SM Energy.....
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