BP Ordered to Pay Gulf Disaster Funds Administrator $130 Million
Posted On behalf of Simien & Simien on Aug 08, 2013 in Automotive
Administrator Patrick Juneau will receive the necessary $130 million to continue to fund the BP oil spill settlement program for the 2010 disaster.
BP claims official Maria Travis admits that the company’s settlement program is problematic, and the magistrate that ordered the settlement payout recognized that BP has concerns about Juneau’s handling of the budget.
U.S. Magistrate Sally Shushan ruled that BP must pay the $130 million to Juneau for the settlement program’s third-quarter budget, but BP complains that Juneau has not officially or appropriately requested those funds.
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