Up to the moment of the rig explosion, BP’s working policy was to cut as many corners as possible when it came to safety, and they did this in the name of saving the shareholders money. Once the rig exploded, BP’s stock plunged, and in order to keep it from dropping further, they needed to clean up their mess as quickly as possible. For that reason, I think they probably did do everything they could have, but it took so long because of how negligent and unprepared they were for such a disaster.
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