BP oil spill
Initial test results show that the dispersed oil from BP's Gulf of Mexico oil drilling blowout may be more toxic to marine microorganisms than first thought.
After conducting tests on the condition of the oil pipe in its blown out Macando oil well, BP has decided that completing the drilling of a relief well is necessary to "kill" the well.
It appears BP's saga of capping its leaking Macando oil well may have come to an inadvertent ending.
Today, scientists are scouring over data taken from four hours of testing performed on the well's broken pipe to determine whether or not it has been plugged permanently by cement.
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As BP finishes plugging its busted oil pipe in the Gulf of Mexico by pumping cement into the well head, the White House is being accused of misleading the public by stating a vast majority of the oil has been removed from the Gulf.
BP has confirmed its Static Kill operations have successfully plugged the leaking oil reservoir.