ST. PAUL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY AND ST. PAUL SURPLUS LINES INSURANCE COMPANY, Appellants v. PETROPLEX ENERGY, INC., Appellee
This appeal involves whether the appellee, which claimed it owned 100% of the working interest in a gas well, the Quinn 1-6H Well, can recover, under two policies of insurance, the expenses, damages, and costs that occurred as a result of a blowout on that well. There is no controversy over the fact that parties other than the appellee initially paid for the expenses related to the blowout of the Quinn Well. There is nothing to contradict the appellee’s claim that it would be charged with those expenses when there was a later true-up of accounts. After a reconveyance, the appellee owned 100% of the working interest in the Quinn Well, as the trial court found. The trial court’s summary judgment orders are affirmed. ST. PAUL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO. v. PETROPLEX ENERGY INC., Eastland Court of Appeals, No. 11-13-00104-CV, 8/31/15.