Exxon Says It Can't Be Charged $15.9M For Using Its Own Gas

Law360 (May 25, 2021, 6:13 PM EDT) -- ExxonMobil Oil Corp. says in a new Texas state court lawsuit the owner of a storage facility where it keeps emergency reserves of natural gas is trying to make Exxon pay nearly $16 million for getting shipped its own gas during February's deadly winter storm.

Exxon told a Harris County District Court in a new suit Monday that its contract with DCP Midstream Marketing LLC unit Centana Intrastate Pipeline LLC to store natural gas at its salt cavern gas storage facility was tailor-made for a situation like the devastating winter storm in mid-February, which severely strained the energy distribution system in...

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