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BP has  stopped the flow  from its blown-out well, but $4 billion worth of crude oil could still be left in the pool struck by the Deepwater Horizon.  Today, BP's Chief Operating…

BP Says It May Drill Again in Spill Reservoir

BP has stopped the flow from its blown-out well, but $4 billion worth of crude oil could still be left in the pool struck by the Deepwater Horizon.  Today, BP's Chief Operating…

from To the Point

In Beloxi, Mississippi today, BP's new CEO said it's time to "scale back" the massive effort to clean up the Gulf of Mexico.  But Bob Dudley said BP is still  fully committed  to make…

New BP CEO says Gulf Clean-up Efforts to Be Scaled Back

In Beloxi, Mississippi today, BP's new CEO said it's time to "scale back" the massive effort to clean up the Gulf of Mexico.  But Bob Dudley said BP is still fully committed to make…

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