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Fifth Circuit Upholds Ruling That Operator Of Tug Is Also "Operating" Oil Barge Being Towed For Purposes Of OPA '90
United States of America v. Nature's Way Marine, LLC, Environmental Pollution Group, LLC, Fifth Circuit No. 17-60698, decided September 21, 2018
United States
6 Feb 2019
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2018 In Review – Inter Partes Review Developments, Part 1 Of 2
In one of the most heavily anticipated, and in some ways controversial, decision of the year, the Supreme Court ruled in Oil States Energy Services v. Green's Energy Group ...
United States
12 Dec 2018
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In Texas, Surface Estate Owner Does Have The Ability To Allow Subsurface Horizontal Drilling Despite Separate Ownership Of The Mineral Estate
Anadarko wished to produce minerals beneath the Chaparral Wildlife Management Area controlled by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
United States
18 Aug 2017
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Texas Judge Dismisses 20,000 Cases Against BP In Benzene Release Lawsuit
A Galveston County, Texas judge has dismissed nearly half of the cases filed against BP filed on behalf of people who allege they got sick in connection with a 2010 emissions release at a Texas City...
United States
10 Nov 2016
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Component Parts Not Covered After Removal From Scheduled Rig
The Insured in Performance Drilling sought coverage under an "all risks" insurance policy for two mud pumps which were removed from a drilling rig and later stolen from the Insured's storage yard...
United States
28 Sep 2016
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Responsible Party Under OPA Not Responsible For Damages Resulting From Government Imposed Moratorium And Permitorium
Judge Barbier found Plaintiffs had failed to sustain their burden of plausibly alleging claims which satisfied OPA's causation standard, and thus granted BP's Motion to Dismiss.
United States
6 Jul 2016
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OCSLA Choice Of Law Is Not Waivable, Inadvertently Or Otherwise
Petrobras America and its Underwriters sued Vicinay Cadenas, S.A., the manufacturer of an underwater tether chain that broke after being installed.
United States
6 Jul 2016
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Federal Fifth Circuit Finds Federal Jurisdiction Over Oil Pipeline Pollution Suit
Plaintiffs, 189 natural persons who live, work, or own real property in a certain part of Harvey, Louisiana, or formerly did so, filed suit in Louisiana state court against various oil companies...
United States
6 Apr 2016
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Insurers' Oil Rig Coverage Trial Win Upheld By Federal Fifth Circuit
Seahawk Drilling, Inc. owned a jack-up drilling rig – the J/U SEAHAWK 3000 - which had been in service since 1974.
United States
5 Apr 2016
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Owner Of Rig Lost In Hurricane Not Liable For Damage To Vessel That Later Allided With Sunken Rig
This case arises from the tanker vessel M/T SKS SATILLA, which allided with the unmarked and submerged wreck of the ENSCO 74, a jack-up drilling rig that was lost during Hurricane Ike.
United States
4 Jan 2016
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