PRESS DIGEST - British business - July 30

Anglo-Dutch oil company Shell has refused to rule out pursing a claim for damages against rival oil firm BP and other companies over losses incurred due to the moratorium on oil drilling in the U.S., which was imposed following BP's Deepwater Horizon oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. Shell has incurred losses of 56 million dollars since being forced to stand down seven rigs and platforms following the moratorium and said that it would take another hit in the next quart
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