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The company spent .8 million to install proper pollution controls at the facility reducing total carbon monoxide emission by 115 tons per year, an 80% reduction from previous levels.
In 1952 Kerr-Mc Gee bought the Navajo Uranium Mining Company, including an interest in a number of mines.
The tribe appealed to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
On November 21, 2005, the chemical division of the company, based in Oklahoma City, was sold off by IPO as Tronox, thereby making Oklahoma City home to the administrative side of Kerr-Mc Gee, while all exploration and production management was located in Denver and Houston.Kerr-Mc Gee is at least partially responsible for large scale perchlorate water contamination first discovered in the Lower Colorado River in 1997; It stemmed from land used by a facility in Henderson, Nevada which was owned and operated by Kerr-Mc Gee Chemical LLC (as of 2011 Tronox LLC), where perchlorate was produced from 1945 until 1998.In May 2007, Kerr-Mc Gee Corp spent million on pollution controls in the first comprehensive settlement under the Clean Air Act that reduced harmful emission and conserved natural gas at production facilities across Utah and Colorado.In 2003, one of Norway's main private investment funds, Skagen Vekst, sold their €3.6 million stake in the oil company, referring to ethic problems surrounding Kerr-Mc Gee's engagement in Western Sahara. Krieger of Colorado ordered Kerr-Mc Gee to pay treble damages, or almost million. Maxwell would be entitled to twenty-five percent of the amount recovered for the government, or approximately .7 million. Maxwell, however, most of the money awarded would go to pay the legal fees associated with his almost-10-year fight to force Kerr-Mc Gee to change its deceptive practices and pay what it owed to the public.In June 2005, the Norwegian government sold the .7 million it had invested in the company through the Government Petroleum Fund (one of the biggest investment funds of the world), characterizing Kerr-Mc Gee's contract in Western Sahara as having "particularly serious violations of fundamental ethical norms". The jury award damages in the amount of US.6 million. It is alleged that Karen Silkwood was negligently or purposefully contaminated with plutonium while working at Kerr-Mc Gee's Cimarron Fuel Fabrication Site and investigating safety violations at the plant.