Land services providers allege oil exploration company owes nearly $85,000

By Philip Gonzales | May 9, 2017

RIPLEY — Land service providers are suing an oil exploration company, alleging breach of contract and unjust enrichment.

Honor Resources Company and Darryl H. Griwatz filed a complaint April 20 in Jackson Circuit Court against Drilco Oil & Gas Corporation,alleging it willfully violated the West Virginia Code.

According to the complaint, the plaintiffs undertook a variety of professional land services on behalf of Drilco. As of April 20, the suit says, the outstanding balance of $84,932.62 remains due and unpaid. 

The plaintiffs allege Drilco Oil & Gas, despite repeated reassurances, has failed and refused to make payment for the outstanding balance.

Honor Resources Company and Griwatz seek trial by jury, judgment for $84,932.62, plus accruing interest, court costs and all other just and proper relief. They are represented by attorneys Matthew S. Casto and Katrina N. Bowers of Babst Calland PC in Charleston.

Jackson Circuit Court Case number 17-c-42

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