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A divided U.S. appeals court on Monday rejected BP Plc's appeal of a ruling that allowed businesses to recover money over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, even if they could not trace their economic losses to the disaster...Circuit Court of Appeals
Gov. Sean Parnell has appointed two former oil industry employees to the board that sets the tax value of the trans-Alaska pipeline system, raising concerns about fairness from the Fairbanks North Star Borough. Municipalities won a huge victory last
But the construction left a barren swath through 7.6 miles in Bergen and Passaic counties and nearly 11 miles in Sussex County, prompting worries about possible erosion and road collapses from snowmelt and spring rains. "I'm concerned about the
BP is not entitled to see confidential documents used by a court-appointed investigator who has alleged that some attorneys acted improperly in the claims process arising from the 2010 Gulf oil spill, a federal judge ruled Friday. More News The
Dania Maxwell/Staff A Golden Gate Estates member of Preserve our Paradise, Frank Cummings, listens in to a state administrative hearing regarding a proposed Golden Gate Estates oil well on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014 at the DEP offices in Fort Myers...
Scottish police Thursday launched an investigation after a rig worker died after falling into the North Sea while working on the Harding platform off Aberdeen. "The investigation is currently being treated as a work-related death and Police Scotland
Heritage Oil Chief Executive Officer Tony Buckingham said Wednesday oil production from its Nigerian assets has increased 17 percent since last quarter. Heritage said production from its Oil Mining Lease 30 area in Nigeria averaged 15,600 barrels of
BP's allegations of fraud against a prominent Texas lawyer are at issue in a federal court hearing. Watts falsely claimed to represent thousands of deckhands who lost money in the 2010 Gulf oil spill...BP wants the court to halt distribution of money
Composite Pipes Industry (CPI) LLC, a leading manufacturer of glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) pipes, has bagged a $5 million contract for supplying pipes and fittings for a 62 km-long pipeline for British oil giant BP's Khazaan field development.
But it's what BP is displaying these days toward a class-action settlement it reached in 2012, covering individuals and businesses that claimed economic losses from the oil spill hotels and restaurants, seafood businesses, property owners and many