Spill panel urges major reform

February 2011
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Feb2011, Issue 836, p7
Academic Journal
The article reports that a panel set up to investigate the Deepwater Horizon spill has urged reform for the oil industry and governments. The U.S. National Commission released a report on the BP Spill blaming complacent industry's management failures. The report placed the safety culture of entire oil and gas industry in doubt. In response to the report, the U.S. government will take the recommendations into account as it adopts additional changes.


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