Tensions continue to mount between BP and the federal government, first over the oil giant’s failure to stop its oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico (the next attempt to contain the spill has been delayed until Wednesday) and now its insistence on using chemical oil dispersants in quantities that trouble regulators. BP has been spraying the oil slick with massive quantities of a dispersant called Corexit, which aids in breaking the oil down into small particles that can be ingested by microbes. The company is also injecting the plume of oil near the source with additional dispersant. The problem ... Read More
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