Dresser Indus., Inc. v. Page Petroleum
In Dresser Indus., Inc. v. Page Petroleum, 853 S.W.2d 505, 508, 36 Tex. Sup. Ct. J. 737 (Tex. 1993), the indemnity provision was "located on the back of a work order in a series of numbered paragraphs without heading or contrasting type." Dresser Indus., 853 S.W.2d at 511.
The front of the contract contained a provision incorporating all paragraphs. Id. at 511 n.6.
The court noted the "contracts are not so short that every term in the contracts must be considered conspicuous" and held that the provisions did not comply with the conspicuousness requirement. Id. at 511.