Aquadrill Provides Arbitration Update
London, United Kingdom, July 20, 2021 - Aquadrill LLC ("Aquadrill" or the “Company”) reports that the International Arbitration Tribunal in the matter of various Aquadrill subsidiaries (as Claimants) -v- BP Exploration and Production, Inc. (as Respondent) has decided that Aquadrill’s claims for breach of contract and related requests for relief and damages are denied in full. According to the arbitration agreement between the parties, the arbitration was conducted in New York City in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association and the result is binding upon the parties, subject to a limited right to appeal.
The Company is evaluating the tribunal’s ruling and considering its options, including its right to appeal.
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