BP has requested a reversal on a judgment ruling that
Transocean's $950mn liability insurance programme should not
cover BP's costs from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
In a 13 August filing, the oil giant challenged a district court ruling from March stating that the drilling contract between Transocean and BP made the oil firm liable for certain pollution claims even though Transocean's policies provided for additional insureds.
BP argued that Transocean's policy contained no provisions that limit coverage and said...
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