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Arkema Case Raises Post-Harvey Stakes For Energy Cos.

Law360 (August 22, 2018, 5:08 PM EDT) -- Energy companies have braced themselves for more environmental and contractual liabilities in the year since Hurricane Harvey drenched Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast, and experts say that process will take on more urgency in light of the recent indictment of Arkema North America Inc. and its senior leadership over a chemical release during the storm.

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