A subsidiary of Phillips Petroleum received a $19 million settlement eight days into a trial in Philadelphia Common Pleas court centered on a 1994 crane accident that shut down one of its refinery operations in Puerto Rico.

Phillips Puerto Rico Core Inc. accepted the sudden settlement offer Wednesday after eight days of trial testimony and more than four years of bickering with the contractor working on the project, Raytheon Catalytic Inc.

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