A pipeline leak that was discovered in British Columbia back in 2007 has resulted in one of Canada’s largest-ever subrogation trial judgments, while also providing lessons learned for the insurance industry when it comes to claims involving sudden and accidental pollution liability losses.
The oilfield in question was owned by oil and gas exploration and production company ISH Energy, which contracted Weber Contract Services to look after the Desan Field on ISH’s behalf for the majority of the oilfield’s life.
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