US-based rig company Diamond Offshore is suing Statoil for USD 146 million after a canceled contract.
BY JOHANNES HARTKOPF MIKKELSEN
A canceled contract may end up costing Statoil a lot more than it bargained for. The American rig company Diamond Offshore has sued the Norwegian oil company and demanded USD 146 million in compensation, according to Norwegian media Teknisk Ukebrev.
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