BP seeking at least $20 billion from Halliburton: report

Reuters: BP (BP.L) has called on contractor Halliburton (HAL.C) to pay all costs and expenses it incurred to clean up the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, which the oil major previously put at around $42 billion. Halliburton cemented the failed well that caused the United State's biggest offshore oil spill. In a U.S. court filing, BP said it was suing to recover costs and expenses from cleaning up the oil spill, lost profits, and "all other costs and damages incurred by BP related to the Deepwater Horizon......

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