Prosafe appeals hotel rig verdict to Norway's Supreme Court

Hotel rig company Prosafe has decided to appeal the verdict in a case concerning the rebuilding of a hotel rig. The company was ordered to pay USD 55 million in damages, but the case is now scheduled to go before Norway's Supreme Court.

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Prosafe, which leases accomodation rigs to the oil industry, has decided to appeal the verdict in a case in which the company was recently ordered to pay nearly half a billion NOK (USD 55.4 million) in compensation.

Therefore, the case is now headed before the Supreme Court in Norway, informs Prosafe in a press release.

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