Greenpeace activists occupied a Statoil ASA rig in Norway’s Arctic Barents Sea for a second day, preventing it from reaching the nation’s northernmost oil exploration well the protesters say may harm the environment.
Activists from environmental group Greenpeace boarded a Statoil ASA rig en route to drill Norway’s northernmost exploration well in the Barents Sea, saying it’s too close to the polar ice cap and a key nature reserve.
Washington Mutual Inc. ’s official shareholders’ committee followed up on a suggestion made by the bankruptcy judge and filed another request for an examiner to investigate the merits of a proposed settlement with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
The Chapter 11 cases for units of Truvo Luxemburg Sarl, a Belgium-based publisher of directories, may test whether a U.S. bankruptcy court can or should eliminate debt on European companies that aren’t in bankruptcy in the U.S. or abroad.
Secured lenders to Thompson Publishing Holding Co. won’t be able to control the auction for the publisher of newsletters and loose-leaf services, as the result of rulings by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Peter Walsh at a hearing this week.
Blockbuster Inc. , the movie rental chain, received interim approval from a bankruptcy judge yesterday for $45 million in financing from a promised loan that will grow to $125 million at the final hearing on Oct. 19.
Leslie Controls Inc., a subsidiary of Circor International Inc. , filed a Chapter 11 petition this morning in Delaware to implement a reorganization plan already negotiated with lawyers representing asbestos claimants.