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Originally posted by mr20121221
Both are fault BP still runs the show It's there coin they call the shots BP were the one's who insistant on the way the cap was going to be handled. It was there proceedure there well.
Read the transcripts they made the risk of a gas blowout by short cutting time and materials of engeering. maybe they did not inform the crew of ther short comings in engeering so safty issues could be addressed, perhaps they felt it was on a need to know basis.
Originally posted by Freedom ERP
reply to post by dntwastetime
Well as I am no newbie, I will demand that this forum be changed, and keeping the logo and name of BP, is buying in the lack of education that the President showed by calling the company British Petroleum, and the bashing of all things British.
And what would be so hard to change the name to "Gulf of Mexico Oil disaster" and take away the emotion that is destroying any real debate on this web site about this incident.
Originally posted by kenton1234
reply to post by nobodysavedme
"It is morally wrong to blame BP when it has been shown below that it is clearly the fault of Transocean."
Then why did the C.E.O. of B.P. opologize on T.V. for this spill? I wouldn't oplogize for something I didn't do. Would you?