Bp Struggles To Resolve Sustainability Disaster

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    Bp Case

    | 1. Based on the history of the company, why did BP get involved in so much questionable conduct? BP's history extends back to 1901 when William D'Arcy's Anglo-Persian Oil Company first drilled for oil in Persia and after seven years of drilling and darcy's nearly spent his net worth finally oil spewed out and became rich. Unfortunately later at 1914 BP was on the verge of bankruptcy due to the very low demand of oil in global market. Accordingly ,BP's Board strategy focused for decades

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    Bp Explosion

    six-week-old spill can only spread. Here are some facts about effects of the worst ever U.S. oil spill, triggered by the April 20 explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig: THE SCALE OF THE CATASTROPHE "This is probably the biggest environmental disaster we have ever faced in this country," top White House energy adviser Carol Browner said on Sunday. "There could be oil coming up 'til August." Browner told CBS's "Face The Nation," "We are prepared for the worst." Louisiana, the nearest state to

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    Bp Oil

    and how‘s of this disaster so we can better understand how best to go forward. The goal of the DHSG work is defining how to best move forward – assessing what major steps are needed to develop our national oil and gas resources in a reliable, responsible, and accountable manner. Deepwater Horizon Study Group Investigation of the Macondo Well Blowout Disaster This Page Intentionally Left Blank Deepwater Horizon Study Group Investigation of the Macondo Well Blowout Disaster In Memoriam 

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    Situation Analysis and Strategic Recommendations of Bp After Oil Spill Disaster in Usa

    recommendations of BP After oil spill disaster in USA Table of content: Introduction 3 Executive Summary 3 Approaches 3 Background of BP 3 BP in USA 3 PESTEL analysis of BP in USA 4 Political Environment 4 Economic Environment 5 Socio-cultural Environment 6 Technological Environment 7 Legal Environment 7 Environmental Analysis 8 Summary 8 SWOT Analysis of BP 8

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    Bp Co. Essay

    that the world depends on daily, and produces them in some of the most operative, proficient, and resourceful ways which are possible today. (BP, n.d.). This company proves to be constantly evolving in the world. They are always innovating and coming up with new ways to operate their business as to cause the most minimal effect or damage on the environment. BP has become one of the most environmentally aware companies of the modern age, especially from what they have gone through in the Gulf of Mexico

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    Sustainability

    Environmental Sustainability External Affairs Public Relations Division Presented by: Scott Fessler Tametrius Walker Lisa O’Connor University of Phoenix, College Mathematics I Professor Anjana Verma December 2, 2011 Information About our Division  At our office we exchange information with the Environment Protection Agency and the public, Congress, and State local natural environment.  Our office provides Media Relations, Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations, Environmental Education

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    Bp Essay

    "Discuss with reference to this BP case study the problems of corporate risk and liability entailed by the factors of uncertainty and lack of reliability of equipment. (in this case the blow-out preventer) State other examples and analyse them. How can companies plan for such contingencies and manage a major disaster when it arises in a damage limitation exercise?" The Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 22 April 2010 is perhaps the most striking example of a corporate disaster due to a company’s lack of

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    Alumina and Bp

    Alumina and BP Introduction Running a business does not come without the existence of liability risk and legal issues. The question posed is what are the liability risks that could lead to legal issues and how will such issues be handled. When legal issues are present in the business sector due to liability issues, more likely than not, others are affected both directly and indirectly by the situation. How the situations are resolved depends upon those involved and the complaint. BP and Alumina

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    Bp Marketing Sustainability

    BP: Marketing Case Study Sarah Allen, Matthew Earhart, Amelia Pye I. Case Summary BP plc, formerly known as British Petroleum and Anglo-Persian Oil Company, is a multinational oil and gas company headquartered in London, England (“BP”). It is the fifth-largest company in the world measured by 2012 revenues (BP Annual Report 51). Its extensive corporate history has created a non-malleable image and reputation which present-day marketing strategies must overcome in order to effectively promote

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    Bp Oil

    The BP oil spill and its impact will be felt in the Gulf of Mexico region for years, if not decades. In the months after the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig exploded off the coast of Louisiana in April 2010, it's estimated that almost five million barrels of oil gushed from the seabed and into the Gulf, making it the worst oil spill in history. Now that the flow of oil has stopped, the scope of the catastrophe is coming into focus, and attention is turning to how things will play out in the court

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    Bp Oil Spil

    Ethics in the Workplace Case Study:   BP Oil Spill On April 20, 2010 off the Gulf of Mexico, there was a blowout of the Macondo well which is owned by British Petroleum also known as BP. When the blowout took place it got immediate media attention because aspects of the event were known over the world. Within events transpiring it was discovered how limited the resources and reaction to the disaster was going to be. This paper will detail aspects of the event from symptoms of the problem, the root

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    Bp Company

    `BP is one of the largest vertically integrated oil and gas companies in the world.The company'soperations primarily include the exploration and production of gas and crude oil, as well as themarketing and trading of natural gas, power, and natural gas liquids. BP, with a focus to drive futureperformance, continuously invests in research and development (R&D). Strong R&D capabilitiesenable BP to attain competitive advantage over its peers, maintain technological edge over itscompetitors,

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    Sustainability Reporting

    Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal Emerald Article: Sustainability accounting and reporting: fad or trend? Roger L. Burritt, Stefan Schaltegger Article information: To cite this document: Roger L. Burritt, Stefan Schaltegger, (2010),"Sustainability accounting and reporting: fad or trend?", Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Vol. 23 Iss: 7 pp. 829 - 846 Permanent link to this document: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/09513571011080144 Downloaded on: 04-11-2012 References: This

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    Bp - Global Business Environment

    ............................. 3.2.3 EU Vs Global Markets................................................. 4. Corporate Social Responsibility....................................................... 4.1 CSR and BP- Olympics in London; 2012..................................... 4.2 BP vs. the Consumer.................................................................. 4.3 Russian takeover with sex parties............................................. 5. Environmental policies..................

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    Disaster

    Brand value for during the economic crisis b. McDonald’s Employer Branding - 4 1. Consistent imagery, targets the customer beautifully 2. Is very profitable, employs lot of people from diverse backgrounds c. BP Global Employer Branding - 4 3. Had good branding previous oil spill in the gulf 4. Has consistently improved their image by public awareness and environment friendly messages d. Walmart Employer Branding - 4 5. One of

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    Bp Management

    fall. Its name is becoming synonymous with this environmental disaster much in the way that Exxon’s name was tainted in the wake of the Valdez tanker catastrophe in 1989. This is especially ironic given the recent effort that BP has made to brand itself as a “green” company that balances oil and gas exploration with the development of alternative energy technology. I believe that the problem BP is facing in the aftermath of this disaster is a result of a lack of strong ethical guidance. Instead of

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    Analysis of Bp

    Response to the Deepwater Horizon Spill On April 20, 2010 an unprecedented oil spill occurred in the Gulf of Mexico. BP suffered not only personnel and equipment loss, but public relations loss as well. Many Americans felt outraged at BP for the effects of the spill on the Gulf Coast communities. Although the media immediately discussed the environmental implications of the disaster, many people felt that the impacts on the Gulf Coast communities, such as the negative effects on the seafood and tourism

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    Bp Deepwater Horizon Accident

    BP Deepwater Horizon Accident Part 1(week 4) A Study of Strategic Implications of the Recent BP Deepwater Horizon Accident Date: Submitted by: Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed Student ID Number: H00032634 Chapter 1 Introduction History of British Petroleum (BP) Company British Petroleum is one of the oldest companies in the oil industry. According to BP Global (2010b), the company was founded in the year 1909 in the UK under the name Anglo-Persian Company

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    Bp and the Deepwater Horizon Disaster of 2010

    10-110 Rev. April 3, 2012 BP and the Deepwater Horizon Disaster of 2010 Christina Ingersoll, Richard M. Locke, Cate Reavis When he woke up on Tuesday, April 20, 2010, Mike Williams already knew the standard procedure for jumping from a 33,000 ton oil rig: “Reach your hand around your life jacket, grab your ear, take one step off, look straight ahead, and fall.”1 This would prove to be important knowledge later that night when an emergency announcement was issued over the rig’s PA system. Williams

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    Bp Struggles to Resolve Sustainability Disaster

    We will go through the BP business context and culture, safety aspect, organization capability, responsiveness and risk assessment aspects of their ethical culture, result from the management and caused the disaster. BP Business Context and ethical culture: From the BP management employer aspects, they are not follow some mechanical level, safety procedure over and ignored which required by Act (e.g. Clean Air Act) over 8 year for their production. At the end the huge explosion occurred in March

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    Bp Azerbaijan Sustainability Report 2013

    BP in Azerbaijan Sustainability Report 2013 bp.com/caspian Building a stronger, safer BP About our report This report covers the calendar year ending 31 December 2013. In some instances significant events from 2014 have been included. Unless otherwise specified, the text does not distinguish between the activities of BP p.l.c. and those of its subsidiaries and affiliates. References in this report to ‘us’, ‘we’ and ‘our’ relate to BP in Azerbaijan unless otherwise stated. When we cite ‘BP

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    Bp Ethics

    this problem is BP Oil Company that has been in wrong books with the international community for its growing unethical standards that emerged in the twenty-first century. To save its tainted reputation and restore its public image, BP management has been working on various strategic plans to improve the firm’s code of conduct. This came into light with the 2005 publication on code of conduct that was entitled “our commitment to integrity.” Due to the multinational status of the BP Company it has geographically

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    Bp Case

    Case Analysis 1 - BP and the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Case Ying – Chen Lee Hawaii Pacific University 02.12.2013 Case Analysis 1 - BP and the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Case Event Review Before the event, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill (also referred to as the BP oil spill, the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the BP oil disaster or the Macondo blowout), BP was facing a situation where the company was turbulent and needed the new locations and new technology to secure natural resources. The new CEO

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    Bp-Crisis

    communication failures: The BP Case Study Daniel De Wolf1, Mohamed Mejri2* 1University 2Ecole of Littoral Côte d’Opale (ULCO)/Management & Economics, Dunkerque, France. Superieure de Commerce/Management Department, University of Manuba, Tunis, Tunisia. *Corresponding author: Email: mohamed.mejri@univ-littoral.fr Abstract On the 20th of April 2010, an outstanding explosion of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig situated in the Golf of Mexico caused the largest maritime disaster oil spill in the USA

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    The Struggle

    of their likeness of structure, meaning, or length: e.g., “He maketh me lie down in green pastures; he leadeth me beside still waters.” George Bernard Shaw said of writers: The ambition of the novice is to acquire the Literary Language; the struggle of the adept is to get rid of it. [Each part of the sentence follows the same pattern: subject, verb, infinitive phrase.] Content of a Balanced Sentence Balanced sentences are particularly effective if you have an idea that has a contrast or

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    Struggle

    Struggle In the story of Slamming On Pig’s Misery Evvie Tooms is constantly fighting the hardships of her life. It starts off with Evvie bargaining for sled time, and the only thing she has as a bargaining chip is her body. So, this shows from the beginning that Evvie is probably in a poor family. The entire town thinks that Evvie is crazy because she does some weird things. For example, she will sit in the outhouse for hours on end at times. Evvie does not have a great relationship with her mother

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    Ethics Overview Bp Oil Spill

    Ethics Case Analysis BP BP Struggles to Resolve Sustainability Disaster Case Summary: The BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in April 2010 is the worst oil spill in US history. Initial claims on the scope of the spill, as released by BP, was that 5,000 barrels per day were being released into the water, although they stated they had no way of precisely measuring the spill. Outside analysts have stated that between 54,000 and 84,000 barrels per day were leaking into the area. This estimate

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    Sustainability

    This case tells the story of how “Andi Druk” started evolving in sustainability and how the company is doing nowadays. Below I will describe the relevant information about the sustainable company. Table of Contents Introduction 4 Section 1: Industry Background 5 1.1 Printing Industry background 5 1.2 Innovation in the printing industry 6 1.4 Government Regulation 7 1.5 Firm size 8 1.6 Trends 8 1.7 Sustainability in the printing industry 9 1.7.1 Cradle- to-cradle and fully sustainable

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    Bp Ethics

    Ethical Issues Affecting Bp Operations Management Essay For a company to become a good corporate citizen it must follow the rules put in place by the government to where the company's operations activities are taking place, this also include protecting the environment and local people in the community from any harm from noise or water or air pollution. This report will explore more about the responsibilities BP have for making moral judgement and how their employees are involved and empowered

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    Sustainability

    Sustainability - Pepsi-Cola Company Sustainability - Pepsi-Cola Company Sustainability can impact all the areas of operation within a company; including manufacturing, distribution, development, and support functions. All entities including; employees, supply chain partners, customers, investors and stakeholders involved in a company’s operations should understand the importance of achieving and establishing sustainability. Because of the numerous entities involved along with government regulations

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    Bp Oil Spill Disaster

    BP Oil Spill Public Relations Response Introduction BP Oil Spill which is also known as Gulf of Mexico and Deepwater Horizon oil spill is the largest marine oil spill throughout the history which was caused by an explosion on offshore oil platform namely Deepwater Horizon on 20th April, 2010 located at the Mississippi River delta. British Petroleum (BP) was the principal developer of Macondo Prospects oil field where the accident held. The accident occurred when they were closing the oil well

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    Bp and Its Accountability

    by: Thanh Tuan Nguyen Student ID : 100010779 Exploring Justice, Fairness and Organizational sustainability in the international environment: The case of 2010 Gulf of Mexico Exploring Justice, Fairness and Organizational sustainability in the international environment: The case of 2010 Gulf of Mexico Abstract This study leverages insights from the literature of organizational sustainability, stakeholder theory as well as the notion of organizational justice and fairness to help answer the

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    Disaster

    1. Explain the purpose for emergency and disaster planning for State and local government.  How are these plans related to the National Response Framework? Emergency and disaster planning at the State and local government is the main starting point for any natural or man-made disaster and even terrorist incidents. State and local government officials are entrusted with protecting and providing emergency

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    Bp Analysis

    BP and accident waiting to happen: * Alwin Landry, the 41-year-old Cajun captain of the Damon B. Bankston. Oil transport ship. Using a big hose to load crude oil, uses a crane to move the hose. * Big fire at the oil rig. * Curt Kuchta, the 34-year-old captain of the Horizon. Other ship at the incident. * Anthony Gervasio, the Bankston’s engineer, was in the engine room when he heard what sounded like a “blown tire, times 100,” * Second larger explosion. * Captain Landry

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    Management Evaluation of Bp Deep Horizon Rig Explosion

    of its largest environmental disasters but the biggest offshore oil spill in its history. Off the Gulf of Mexico a large oil rig, Deepwater Horizon, operated by British Petroleum, exploded killing 11 employees and leaking an estimated 4.9 million gallon of crude oil into the ocean. Furthermore, the explosion caused a subsequent fire resulting in the ultimate sinking of the Deepwater Horizon. Although this disaster was accidental there were many warning signs that BP neglected which could have prevented

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    Sustainability

    2013 Citizenship & Sustainability Report Contents Dr. Dalene von Delft recovered from multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. Early access to a Johnson & Johnson medicine added to her treatment helped. Inspired by her experience, Dalene founded TB Proof, dedicated to raising awareness of TB among health care workers. Read more at 2013annualreport.jnj.com/stories/ New-Hope-for-MDR-TB-Patients CONTENTS CHAI R MAN’S LETTE R S UCCE SS E S & CHALLE NG E S Advancing Human Health &

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    Bp Analysis

    BP Case and The Gulf of Mexico Jorge Salazar Hawaii Pacific University MGMT 6000 September 23, 2015 BP Case and The Gulf of Mexico Introduction The BP case concerning the Gulf of Mexico dealt with the second largest company in the world at that time (2010), it was founded in 1908 and it had more than 92,000 employees. Deepwater Horizon had two main components, owned and operated by offshore oil drilling company (Transocean) and it was leased by BP Oil Company. The BP oil spill occurred

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    Bp & Deepwater Horizon

    BP & Deepwater Horizon C. Nelson BP & Deepwater Horizon Every business, in some way, is affected by public and private criticism. One industry that is never too far away from criticism is the oil and gas industry. Over the course of this essay, we will explore BP, its stakeholders, some of their criticisms, and BP’s response to those criticisms. BP, formerly British Petroleum, is the fourth largest oil and gas companies in the world in terms of revenue

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    Bp Oil Spill

    BP and The Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Jose Roberto Dominguez Dr. Ken Rossi MGMT 6000 A (CRN: 1535) September 20, 2015 Table of Contents Case Introduction and Background 3 BP or Industry Failure 4 Most Significant Flawed Decisions 5 Did BP lack the appropriate safety culture? 8 References 12 BP and The Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Case Introduction and Background This particular case study created an abundance of unanswered questions for me to consider and made me realize how poorly

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    Well Done Bp

    Annual general meeting Exhibits BP Annual Report and Form 20-F 2010 83 Directors and senior management 84 87 Directors and senior management Directors’ interests 89 Corporate governance 90 105 106 106 107 108 Board performance report Corporate governance practices Code of ethics Controls and procedures Principal accountants’ fees and services Memorandum and Articles of Association 141 Financial statements 142 Consolidated financial statements of the BP group 150 Notes on financial statements

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    Bp Oil

    The initial name of BP is the Anglo-Persian Oil Company in 1909; in 1954 it changed to its present name British Petroleum. It is combined and reconstructed by the former British Petroleum, Amoco and ARCO (Atlantic Richfield Company). BP’s business has spread to many fields including oil and natural gas, alternative fuels, the production of petroleum based product, aviation fuels and its business about the solar electric power generation is also growing very fast. Since 1981, BP has set up 12 branch

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    Bp Case

    firstly talk about the ecologic consequences. According to the White House energy adviser Carol Broowner on BBC, The spill is the "worst environmental disaster the US has faced". Indeed, some U.S. national parks are threatened. Moreover, around 5000 animals were dead, including dolphins, turtles and whales. The economic consequences were very bad as well. BP reported that the total cost of this bill will be around U$ 4bn and a share value decrease of 50%. We must also talk about the consequences on local

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    Environmental Sustainability

    summary This report seeks to define Environmental sustainability and examine its importance in the contemporary world of corporate dominance in the world arena. Business activities are regularly having an increasing contribution to environmental problems and threatening sustainability. Phenomena like climate change and extreme weather events have evidenced the effects of relentless use and overuse of natural resources. The need for environmental sustainability has become important now more than ever following

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    Bp Green

    Pull into a BP station this holiday weekend and you may notice a green and yellow starburst over the pump, an image intended to remind you, as you�re emptying your wallet of $20 bills, that at least you�re supporting a green company. BP, after all, was the first oil giant to publicly acknowledge the risks of global warming, back in 1997. The firm has cut its own carbon emissions 10% below 1990 levels and last year established an alternative energies division. It�s investing big money — $8 billion

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    Bp Oil Spill Case Analysis

    BP Oil Spill | Case Study Analysis | | Disclaimer: To start things off, I would like to mention that the BP Oil Spill is an extremely complicated case and its impact could be felt in every corner of the world. Therefore, my case study is only the tip of the iceberg and should not be used to judge the entire controversy. In addition, all statistics and information have been obtained from other sources. Enjoy! | | By: Haikang Zhu | For: Professor Bill WoofClass: Mgmt 1040 DDate: December

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    Bp and Ethics

    http://blogs.reuters.com/chrystia-freeland/2010/07/19/whats-bps-social-responsibility/ http://www.ecoinstitution.com/green-news/bp-from-social-responsibility-to-environmental-catastrophe/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10194335 http://www.bp.com/genericarticle.do?categoryId=98&contentId=7067682 http://www.uow.edu.au/~sharonb/bp.html http://www.bp.com/sectionbodycopy.do?categoryId=41&contentId=7067505 http://thetruthaboutbusiness.blogspot.com/2010/05/fall-of-british-petroleums-ethics.html

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    Bp Deepwater Horizon Catastrophe

    BP bears brunt of blame for the deepwater horizon catastrophe for Report says oil company is 'ultimately responsible' for oil spill but rig contractors also implicated in some areas BP’s share prices rose almost 5% but fell back after report was published Photograph: Molly Riley/REUTERS A key US federal report has focused the blame for the worst offshore oil spill in US history on BP, but criticised its contractors sufficiently for the markets to push BP's share price up. Amid a string of failures

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    Bp Oil Spill

    Tori Banegas World Geography 29 February 2012 BP Oil Spill Oil rigs provide the world with the fuel that is needed to keep it running. However, it is common knowledge that they may potentially cause harm to not only living creatures but also the environment they rely on to survive. This was proven in the spring of 2010 when an oil rig off the Gulf of Mexico exploded and resulted in an oil spill. This catastrophic event opened millions of eyes to the errors that can be found in the way oil

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    Sustainability

    Sustainability Review 2011 bp.com/sustainability Building a stronger, safer BP What’s inside 2011 was a year of recovery, consolidation and change for BP. Our employees worked hard to make BP a stronger, safer company. We recognize there is more to do, but we believe important progress was achieved during the year, and we are clear on our priorities and responsibilities as we move forward. In this Sustainability Review, we look at how we are working to enhance safety and risk

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    Bp Oil Spill

    BP Oil Spill Introduction The United States consumes 19.5 million barrels of oil each day. (Rahman,K. Sabeel, 2011) This demonstrates how dependent the American society is on fossil fuel. This need for large amount of oil to keep the economy moving is having serious environmental impact, particularly in areas where large off shore drilling platforms are located. Each year, approximately one billion gallons of oil is spilled in the ocean. The BP oil spill accident is just of the many oil spills

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