A second audit into BP damage claims over its Gulf oil spill says the process is correct 99.5 percent of the time.
Nola.com reports the third-party audit was released by claims administrator Patrick Juneau.
It was requested by BP after the first report found last year that the program was running properly.
And a separate court-ordered check found only isolated claims of fraud.
No comment yet from BP.
The oil company has been battling to remove Juneau as claims administrator. It says settlements are tainted by fraud and mistakes.