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Canton, Oklahoma — population 625 — is a town on the brink.

Canton relies on lake season, and lake season never really got started this year.

Debtors facing environmental cleanup liabilities often invoke section 502(e)(1)(B) to seek disallowance of claims of other potentially responsible parties (“PRPs”) for environmental remediation at a site where the other PRPs have not expended any funds in connection with the site cleanup. In response, the debtors moved to disallow solely the claims for future cleanup costs under section 502(e)(1)(B). 2007) for the proposition that their claims for future response costs were not contingent, but instead simply unliquidated. 2007), Judge Gerber found that the key inquiry was not whether liability had accrued, but whether the co-liable party had actually paid money for investigation and cleanup.

The state’s largest utility has about four years to meet the standard of the U. Environmental Protection Agency’s Regional Haze Rule. OG&E says some of the costs of compliance could be passed on to customers. estimates it will have to spend up to

Debtors facing environmental cleanup liabilities often invoke section 502(e)(1)(B) to seek disallowance of claims of other potentially responsible parties (“PRPs”) for environmental remediation at a site where the other PRPs have not expended any funds in connection with the site cleanup. In response, the debtors moved to disallow solely the claims for future cleanup costs under section 502(e)(1)(B). 2007) for the proposition that their claims for future response costs were not contingent, but instead simply unliquidated. 2007), Judge Gerber found that the key inquiry was not whether liability had accrued, but whether the co-liable party had actually paid money for investigation and cleanup.

The state’s largest utility has about four years to meet the standard of the U. Environmental Protection Agency’s Regional Haze Rule. OG&E says some of the costs of compliance could be passed on to customers. estimates it will have to spend up to $1.5 billion to comply with several environmental rules, including compliance costs for a recent court ruling that went against the electric utility.

Joe Wertz / State Impact Oklahoma Jeff Converse of the Canton Lake Association stands in front of a boat ramp he says has been surrounded by mud and weeds since Oklahoma City withdrew water from the lake in January.

The site was operated by Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation and APCO Oil as an oil refinery from 1920 until about 1978, then in a limited capacity by Oklahoma Refining Company until 1987.

The Environmental Protection Agency later found contaminated surface water, soil and sediments and other issues at the site.

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Debtors facing environmental cleanup liabilities often invoke section 502(e)(1)(B) to seek disallowance of claims of other potentially responsible parties (“PRPs”) for environmental remediation at a site where the other PRPs have not expended any funds in connection with the site cleanup. In response, the debtors moved to disallow solely the claims for future cleanup costs under section 502(e)(1)(B). 2007) for the proposition that their claims for future response costs were not contingent, but instead simply unliquidated. 2007), Judge Gerber found that the key inquiry was not whether liability had accrued, but whether the co-liable party had actually paid money for investigation and cleanup. The state’s largest utility has about four years to meet the standard of the U. Environmental Protection Agency’s Regional Haze Rule. OG&E says some of the costs of compliance could be passed on to customers. estimates it will have to spend up to $1.5 billion to comply with several environmental rules, including compliance costs for a recent court ruling that went against the electric utility.Joe Wertz / State Impact Oklahoma Jeff Converse of the Canton Lake Association stands in front of a boat ramp he says has been surrounded by mud and weeds since Oklahoma City withdrew water from the lake in January.The site was operated by Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation and APCO Oil as an oil refinery from 1920 until about 1978, then in a limited capacity by Oklahoma Refining Company until 1987.The Environmental Protection Agency later found contaminated surface water, soil and sediments and other issues at the site.

.5 billion to comply with several environmental rules, including compliance costs for a recent court ruling that went against the electric utility.

Joe Wertz / State Impact Oklahoma Jeff Converse of the Canton Lake Association stands in front of a boat ramp he says has been surrounded by mud and weeds since Oklahoma City withdrew water from the lake in January.

The site was operated by Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation and APCO Oil as an oil refinery from 1920 until about 1978, then in a limited capacity by Oklahoma Refining Company until 1987.

The Environmental Protection Agency later found contaminated surface water, soil and sediments and other issues at the site.

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