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Actual image captured on scene 32nd St base Intellihub June 10, 2010 Shepard Ambellas
- Sales of shares and stocks in days and weeks beforehand - Halliburton link, acquisition of cleanup company days before explosion - BP report cites undocumented tampering with well sealing equipment
"Looks to me like the Oil Company has taken over." - James Fox
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BP shortcut led to blast? Rig survivors say BP, Transocean official argued over shortcut on day of blast BP official won argument: "This is how it's gonna be," he said, according to witness BP says it won't comment on specifics BP routinely cut corners and pushed ahead despite safety concerns, workers say (CNN) -- The morning the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, a BP executive and a Transocean official argued over how to proceed with the drilling, rig survivors told CNN's Anderson Cooper in an exclusive interview. The survivors' account paints perhaps the most detailed picture yet of what happened on the deepwater rig -- and the possible causes of the April 20 explosion. The BP official wanted workers to replace heavy mud, used to keep the well's pressure down, with lighter seawater to help speed a process that was costing an estimated $750,000 a day and was already running five weeks late, rig survivors told CNN. BP won the argument, said Doug Brown, the rig's chief mechanic.
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones Prisonplanet.com Tuesday, Jun 8th, 2010 - Sales of shares and stocks in days and weeks beforehand - Halliburton link, acquisition of cleanup company days before explosion
The concern with the method BP chose, the document said, was that if the cement around the casing pipe did not seal properly, gases could leak all the way to the wellhead, where only a single seal would serve as a barrier.
But in his long career of bringing well blowouts under control, Mr.
British Petroleum CEO Tony Hayward In their most tenacious effort to control the ‘spin’ on the worst oil spill disaster in US history, BP has purchased sponsored links at the top of internet search engines, Google and Yahoo. The top listed links direct people to BP's official company website for news and information on the catastrophe. BP spokesman Toby Odone confirmed to ABC News that the oil giant had in fact bought internet search terms. The words ‘oil spill’, 'BP oil spill', 'Deepwater Horizon' and 'oil spill response' are among several other related search terms that all lead to the top listed sponsored links purchased by BP.
Tony Hayward cashed in about a third of his holding in the company one month before a well on the Deepwater Horizon rig burst, causing an environmental disaster. Mr Hayward, whose pay package is £4 million a year, then paid off the mortgage on his family’s mansion in Kent, which is estimated to be valued at more than £1.2 million.
Just weeks after he opened up new areas to offshore drilling, President Obama reversed course Thursday and suspended or canceled drilling projects in the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic and the Arctic, as promising signs emerged from BP’s latest effort to plug a gushing oil leak off the coast of Louisiana.
Last week an agitated Chris Matthews tried to hold Dick Cheney accountable for the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and this week Matthews is demanding action from President Obama, as the Hardball host pushed the President to nationalize the oil industry to solve the problem. On Monday's Hardball a visibly angry Matthews demanded Obama go after BP: "Why doesn't the President go in there, nationalize an industry and get the job done for the people?" and pointed out that in China they would have a much harsher response to BP: "They execute people for this.
By the CNN Wire Staff June 2, 2010 -- Updated 1827 GMT (0227 HKT) "The time has come ... for this nation to fully embrace a clean energy future," President Obama says in prepared remarks. Obama says Gulf oil spill reminds country of the need to end dependence on fossil fuels His emphasis on energy issues was part of a broader focus on the state of the economy Obama renews push for what critics call a carbon tax (CNN) -- President Obama used the oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico to advance his alternative energy agenda Wednesday, calling it a warning that America needs to transition away from dependence on fossil fuels.