State, BP suffer setbacks in spill case
The two sides are jousting in preparation for 2012 trial of billion-dollar civil suit over spills in Alaska’s Prudhoe Bay field
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An Alaska judge has dealt setbacks to both the state and BP in a high-stakes civil case concerning the Prudhoe Bay pipeline spills of 2006.
The state is suing local subsidiary BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. for a range of damages including back taxes and royalties on production shortfalls experienced....
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