Union looks to avoid Spurr liability
Company seeks court declaration that it isnít responsible for costly decommissioning of played-out platform in Alaskaís Cook Inlet
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Union Oil Co. of California is asking a court to rule the company isnít liable for the cost to abandon and decommission the Spurr platform and related facilities in Alaskaís Cook Inlet.
In a motion for summary judgment filed May 23 in state Superior Court in Anchorage, lawyers for Union, a subsidiar....
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