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Oil Spill of 2010

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BP OIL SPILL OF 2010 | July 26
2010
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The BP oil spill is one thing, but the cause is another. In my research I have found that there are a lot of sources out there that cover what the spill has affected and what's going on with the clean up, but nothing I have found can explain why it happened. | The Oil Spill of 2010 |
                                               

                                          SHANE R. HESTER

                                        RESOURCES
TIME; 07/19/2010(VOL. 176 Issue 3, p 24-27)
NEW REPUBLIC; 07/22/2010(VOL 241 Issue 12, p8-10)
NEW YORK TIMES; 07/22/2010(p.17)
WASHINGTON TIMES, THE (DC); 07/20/2010(p2)
BIRDER'S WORLD, 07/22/2010( VOL. 24 Issue 4, p10-13)
(TIME) - Oil from BP's blown out well is again seeping into the Gulf of Mexico, but this time, more slowly and scientists aren't convinced the cap that stopped the flow last week is making things worse.
The government said Monday that oil was seeping into the Gulf after days of warning that the experimental cap on the oil well could cause more leaks.

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,2005159,00.html#ixzz0uoxUtoS3

( THE NEW REPUBLIC) - Did BP "Shortcuts" Cause The Gulf Spill?
Blog entry - Bradford Plumer - 06/14/2010 - 8:20pm
of the cement. Although BP had a team from Schlumberger, a leading oil services firm, on board the rig, BP sent ... and Oil Spill” is Thursday, so we'll see what Hayward has to say for himself. In the meantime, the chairman of the five biggest oil companies—BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, and Shell are getting ...

(NEW YORK TIMES) - BP Plans a Future Without Hayward
BP's embattled chief executive, Tony Hayward, has agreed to step aside and be replaced by Robert Dudley, the company's most senior American executive, who is currently in charge of BP's operations in the Gulf of Mexico, according to a person close to the company's board of directors. The change in leadership will be discussed...

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