posted on May, 24 2010 @ 09:24 AM
BARATARIA BAY, La. – The executive in charge of fighting a Gulf of Mexico oil spill acknowledged Monday everyone is frustrated at BP's failure to
plug the ocean gusher more than a month into a disaster that is spreading damage in Louisiana's wetlands, including miring pelican colonies.
Doug Suttles, chief operating officer at BP PLC, went on all three U.S. network morning talks shows with the same message: BP knows frustration is
growing that it hasn't been able to halt the spill of millions of gallons of oil from a well that blew out after a rig explosion April 20 off the
"We are doing everything we can, everything I know," Suttles said on the NBC "Today" show.
The Obama administration questioned BP's competence Sunday, when Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar told reporters he was "not completely"
confident that BP knows what it's doing.
I'm sure most of the world agrees that BP doesn't know what they are doing either..