BPXA resists fine from pipeline spills
Company says state can’t collect $1.7 million plus $6.8 million for negligence; wants credit for cleanup done in first 36 hours
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Lawyers for BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. already have notched considerable success in fending off some of the state’s claims for damages stemming from the 2006 pipeline spills in the Prudhoe Bay oil field.
Now the lawyers are aiming to whittle down the state’s case even further.
On Dec. 3, BPXA file....
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One or the other
Credit for cleanup
Bigger dollars at stake
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