Perhaps you should hold in your position. All this trouble and massive expense feeding greedy lawyers was caused by the weak, lefty, indecisive, compensation grasping Judge Carl Barbier. He has flip-flopped in and out over BP’s right to check claims. The FBI now find many of them fraudulent and Carl still sits with his but on the barbed-wire… such an ineffectual O’Bumma appointment should be removed ASAP.
Not sure whether infighting between different US jurisdictions is good news for BP or not. However the one thing you can be almost certain of it will delay the day this legal fiasco will reach closure and the "suits" will continue creaming their fees.
BP wins first Greenland drilling concession despite chequered record Greenpeace says decision to open country's pristine waters to company responsible for Deepwater Horizon spill beggars belief
The British oil company confirmed last night that it had won a licence to work on the Amaroq concession off the coast of north-east Greenland – its first permit in or around that country.
The government in Nuuk boasted that the presence of big oil companies would accelerate the chances of striking oil but even some energy executives have warned of a potential disaster because of the difficulties of dealing with a spill around ice.
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