Chevron, Marathon continue Spurr fight
Judge rules case over who must pay to retire old Cook Inlet platform should proceed in state court, not federal; trial set for 2011
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A legal fight over who will pay to decommission the Spurr platform in Alaska’s Cook Inlet has been booted out of federal court in Anchorage. But that doesn’t mean the conflict is over.
Chevron, through its subsidiary Unocal, is suing Marathon and the State of Alaska, seeking a judgment that it “has....
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