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Failing to turn over page costs Iceland drilling company $1.3m damages claim

Contract signing blunder means Iceland Drilling will only be able to sue for $46,444, rather than the $1.3 million it sought.

Campbell Gibson
Thu, 21 Apr 2016

An international drilling company’s New Zealand outpost claims a contractor performed substandard work on one of its drilling rigs, costing it $1.3 million, a court judgment reveals.

Jardboranir HF, which trades as Iceland Drilling, started working with Summit Hydraulic Solutions two years ago to

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Campbell Gibson
Thu, 21 Apr 2016
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