French court upholds Total conviction in Erika oil spill

French court upholds Total conviction in Erika oil spill

Paris : France | Sep 25, 2012 at 6:13 AM PDT
Source: Reuters
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News Analysis & Opinion View of a storage tank at the French oil giant Total refinery of Grandpuits, southeast of Paris, October 13, 2010. France's highest court upheld a conviction against oil giant Total on Tuesday over an 1999 oil spill, in a blow to the company which had hoped it would be absolved of... FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters
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