BP announced it now has reliable estimates of all the remaining material liabilities in connection with the Deepwater Horizon accident.
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Oil supermajor BP has reached an agreement to pay $175 million to settle claims by shareholders over the severity of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
The trailer for an upcoming film based on the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster is released, as the film, claiming to ‘honour the brave men and women’ nears completion.
Deepwater drilling contractors, Transocean, is to handover US$20 million, in compensation and final settlements to the US Gulf of Mexico state of Alabama.
Oil and gas super major, BP, has agreed a final settlement of $53.8 billion, with US authorities for the Gulf of Mexico, Deepwater Horizon, oil disaster.
Oil and gas supermajor BP, is seeking to reclaim some of the money handed to business in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon disaster.
BP is to pay a record US$18.7 billion settlement to cover claims brought by the US government and five US states effected by the Deepwater Horizon.
BP and the oil services firms Halliburton and Transocean have settled all claims against each other over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon accident.
BP has argued that it should receive a lesser penalty for the Deepwater Horizon disaster in 2010, because the price of crude oil has slumped.
BP is unsuccessful in persuading a federal judge to dismiss the administrator who is overseeing the company’s payouts relating to the Gulf of Mexico
BP has been told by a New Orleans court it must keep to the originally agreement made with businesses for the losses sustained in the oil-spill disaster of 2010.
After a fined $750 million USD for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010, BP’s lawyers are seeking to avoid payment using a grammatical loophole
The British government has supported BP’s appeal to the US Supreme Court over its Deepwater Horizon disaster settlement, as BP faces a multi-billion dollar fine
BP investors are increasingly concerned that the recent ruling over the Deepwater Horizon will affect the oil giant’s profits and force a cut in dividends
BP has been found guilty in an American court of gross negligence and wilful misconduct after the Gulf oil spill of 2010. The accident cost eleven lives