February 27, 2012

What a BP Settlement Could Look Like

Loren Steffy, Fuel Fix


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With news Sunday that the start of the mammoth BP trial was delayed for a week, the speculation has immediately moved to talk of a settlement and what it would look like.

In recent months, it appeared that BP and the government would come to some sort of deal before the case made it to court. That thinking gained momentum as a minority party in the Macondo well, MOEX Offshore 2007 LLC, agreed to settle government claims for $90 million.

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