Originally posted by occrest
The old restaraunt mantra comes to mind here...
"We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone."
edit on 14-8-2013 by occrest because: (no reason given)
Halliburton’s confession that it destroyed critical evidence in the aftermath of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill could be worth billions of dollars to BP.
Originally posted by paraphi
BP has a point. The US authorities need to act less parochially and more transparently. The only people getting really rich out of this are lawyers!
Originally posted by proteus33
reply to post by tothetenthpower
well ain't this rich british petroleum is upset because we won't send them any work after they unleashed a virtual petroleum volcano off our southern coast . i say go home and do same thing off your own coast and see what queen elizabeth and your pm say about giving you idiots any future contracts. in my opinion all their property in this country shoulfd be seized and all their oil wells in our waters to because they never adequately reimbursed the people of the us for the damage they did here.
Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
I don't think BP was at fault.
The leak imo may have been inadvertently caused by forces
no one can comprehend as yet