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BP In Settlement Talks Regarding Oil Spill

Trail date is postponed as BP and PSC negotiate how to compensate those impacted by the Deepwater Horizon spill. BP and the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee (PSC) confirmed that the U.S. District Court has adjourned the start of the Deepwater Horizon Multi-District Litigation 2179 civil trial by one week, until Monday, March 5. This adjournment is

Oil Spill Investigation Continues

BP’s internal investigation team has started sharing initial perspectives of its review of the causes of the tragic Deepwater Horizon fire and oil spill. The investigation is a fact-finding effort that is still underway, and has already identified various issues for further inquiry. BP has shared these early perspectives with the Department of the Interior

BP Webcam Shows Riser Flow

In an effort to capture oil from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP using a riser insertion tube tool (RITT) containment system. Once on the drillship Discoverer Enterprise, the oil is then being stored and gas is being flared. The RITT remains a new technology and both its continued operation and its effectiveness in

BP Refutes Atlantis Accusations

BP has responded to allegations that its Atlantis platform in the Gulf of Mexico operated with incomplete and inaccurate engineering documents. In light of claims recently made in the media that flawed or missing documentation posed a threat to safe operation of the platform, BP said it had thoroughly investigated these allegations when they were

BP Responds To Gulf Oil Spill

BP is ramping up its response to the oil spill in the US Gulf of Mexico. More than 2,500 personnel are now involved in the response effort and well-advanced preparations are being made for a major protection and cleaning effort on the shorelines of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. A fourth onshore command centre, in

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