In local news:

Three offshore oil workers filed a lawsuit against units of Royal Dutch Shell and Enbridge, seeking $1 million in damages for injuries they claim stem from a November 8th fire on a U.S. Gulf of Mexico production platform. The suit, filed in Galveston County court in Texas, claims safety lapses on Shell’s Enchilada platform caused severe injuries to the three. The complaint seeks more than $1 million in damages from Shell International Exploration and Production, Shell Offshore, and Garden Banks Gas Pipeline Co., a unit of Enbridge, which owns a gas pipeline connected to the platform.

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