The court in Edinburgh fined the organization for the protection of the environment Greenpeace UK 80 thousand pounds for the protest, arranged on the rig to British oil company BP in the North sea last year, follows from the decision of the court.
According to the court, the Transocean Drilling company that services oil rigs in the North sea, in June last year, received a court decision prohibiting environmental activists and volunteers to get on the installation or to approach them closer than 500 metres.
The stock market may be too negatively assessed the value of the consequences of the oil spill, the CHP-3 in Norilsk for shares of MMC Norilsk Nickel, which is typical for securities of companies in environmental accidents. Speculators will begin to buy shares of "Norilsk Nickel" as soon as the normalization of the situation, according to respondents RIA Novosti analysts.
To 18.07 GMT the shares of "Norilsk Nickel" fall by 7.98% to 20 082 ruble and already fell 9.6 per cent to 19 738 of the ruble.