Simple Steps Can Protect Drillers

Cabral, Matthew; Scholz, Andrew; Segalla, Thomas; Segalla, Goldberg
March 2013
National Driller;Mar2013, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p10
Trade Publication
The article offers some important steps that should be taken by people engaged in drilling business in order to reduce third-party litigation risks associated with hydraulic fracturing in the U.S. It discusses indemnification clauses that are found in many drilling contracts and suggests drillers to obtain requisite Environmental or Commercial General Liability insurance in order to cover risks. It also suggests drillers to consider regulatory compliance with the laws of this industry.


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