Judge defers to governments, ExxonMobil
Alaska industry watchdog Steiner denied in request for $92 million ‘reopener’ payment to address residual harm from 1989 oil spill
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A federal judge has ruled it’s up to the state and federal governments, and not the court, to press a $92 million supplemental claim against ExxonMobil for the 1989 oil spill in Prince William Sound.
An oil industry critic and former university professor, Rick Steiner, in December sought permission....
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