While the disastrous ecological impacts of the Deepwater Horizon leak are apparent, the longer-term impact of the spill on the insurance industry is now coming to light.

A new report from New York-based Moody's Investors Service concludes insurers and reinsurers are apt to reassess the metrics used to price property and liability coverages for drilling platforms in the wake of the catastrophe.

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