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Chief of oil spill inquiry sees no proof BP skimped on safety to save money

The Los Angeles Times, 9 November 2010
Publié le : 9 novembre 2010
 Neela Banerjee and Richard Faussett 
"Reporting from Washington and Atlanta The chief attorney for the presidential panel investigating the gulf oil spill said Monday that he had found no proof that BP sacrificed safety to save money as it drilled its Macondo well, contradicting earlier assertions made in other government investigations of the disaster. ""To date, we have not seen a single instance where a human being made a conscious decision to favor dollars over safety," general counsel Fred H. Bartlit Jr. told the panel during a lengthy presentation on the causes of the April 20 rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico. It killed 11 workers and triggered the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history." Read on...
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