BP pays pounds 1.5m.
BP did not admit any wrongdoing in the settlement, said Nymex spokeswoman Nachamah Jacobovits.
Nymex had charged the company with ten separate counts, including engaging in round-trip trading, and in conduct that was detrimental to the exchange.
"We have put the matter behind us and look forward to strengthening our relationship with Nymex," said Scott Dean a BP spokesman.
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|Date:||Sep 17, 2003|
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