BP Oil Spill
The BP oil spill in the Gulf Coast in 2010
To inform the audience about the oil spill in the gulf and our efforts to cleanup Main Ideas:
What happened, what we’ve done to cleanup, and give back to the gulf
I. Since the oil spill began leaking in 2010 we at BP have acted to take responsibility for the cleanup of the gulf coast. a. Immediately following the news of an oil spill we have worked with experts from the oil industry, government, and academia to develop and implement efforts to stop and contain the leak and eventually kill the well. b. Within days we were able to develop and install a cap to the leak to stop it and within weeks the well was completely sealed off. We at BP have worked under the directions of Unified Command to fight and minimize the impacts of the spill. c. At the peak of our clean up efforts we had over 48,000 people and 6,500 vessels aiding in the cleanup of the gulf. BP employees and retirees from around the world came to assist in cleanup efforts. d. Shortly after the accident BP worked with world wildlife groups to develop specific resource and rehabilitation programs for turtles, birds, and other animals. e. Also we have taken responsibility to safeguard the health and safety of the thousands of workers aiding in cleanup response. BODY
II. a. Our goal following the cleanup of the spill was to respond quickly and compensate people affected by the accident. b. We are also looking after the health, safety, and welfare of the large number of people and residents affected by the spill and those who aided in cleanup. c. We continue to support the economic recovery of the Gulf Coast’s tourism and seafood industries. d. We have also conducted studies with federal and state natural resource trustees to identify and define the injury the spill had to the natural resources in the gulf.
III. A. We have spent over $14 billion on response...
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