July 16, 2010
by Hillary Stemple
A UK crown court on Friday ordered five companies to pay 9.5 million in damages relating to the 2005 Buncefield oil storage depot explosion, which has been described as the most costly industrial accident in the UK. Total UK, a subsidiary of French oil company Total, was ordered to pay... ...[read more]

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