Bp wants a refound

Bp will start a trial against Halliburton to cover the cost of cleaning

Gulf oil spill

the oil from the Gulf of Mexico.

The British Petroleum Company, considered by all responsible for the environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico,  in 2010, does not want to take all the blame for the enviromental disaster and is now demanding compensation from Halliburton American of $ 20 billion.The news of the request was issued by the agency Bloomberg, citing a legal document signed by BP lawer, Don Haycraft.

BP thus seeks to recover “the costs and expenses that were charged for cleaning the oil spill,” the document says.BP in early December accused Halliburton of destroying evidence related to the tests conducted on the Halliburton cement used to build the platform that was at the origin of the disaster.

Halliburton is the world’s second largestoilfield services corporation with operations in more than 70 countries. It has hundreds of subsidiaries, affiliates, branches, brands and divisions worldwide and employs over 50,000 people.
The oil spill has destroyed the ecosystem of the Gulf.
Everyone has seen the images of birds covered by oil or the giant leak, but the oil is responsable for the death of of over 150 dolphins in the Gulf of Mexico.
Gulf seafood including oysters, crabs, shrimp and mussels continued to contained traces of the dispersant and petroleum hydrocarbons.

One of the death dolphin found in the Gulf last spring

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