Lawyers for BP, feds talking settlement
Two sides work to resolve civil suit stemming from 2006 pipeline leaks at Prudhoe Bay; second suit in state court awaits key ruling
For Petroleum News
Lawyers for BP and federal regulators appear to be working hard to settle a civil lawsuit the government brought against the oil company in connection with the 2006 pipeline spills in Alaska’s Prudhoe Bay oil field.
In papers BP and government lawyers filed jointly April 30 in U.S. District Court in....
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Nature of federal lawsuit
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