- Anadarko Petroleum (APC) -12.5% AH after a bankruptcy judge rules its Kerr-McGee unit acted improperly in the 2005 spinoff of Tronox (TROX) and should pay for environmental cleanup and to compensate people who claim damage from toxins.
- The U.S. government had sought to recover $25B to clean ~2,700 polluted sites and compensate about ~8,100 tort claimants; a trust set up to pay plaintiffs calls for 88% of the judgment to go to trusts for cleanup, according to court papers, with the remainder going to toxin claimants.
- The judge says APC and Kerr-McGee intended to “hinder and delay" when they transferred out and spun off oil and gas assets.
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