BP’s statements and videos that address this at the link.
Of course, big corporations must pay. “BP Plc agreed to pay $1 billion to restore areas damaged by its oil spill, which spewed 4.9 million barrels of crude into the Gulf of Mexico for three months last year”. The $1 billion comes from a $20 billion fund BP set up to pay for restoration and to compensate spill victims. The US Justice Department insists this is just the first step in the reparation of natural resources. The negligence or willful misconduct of other companies involved will cost them $4,300 in civil penalties for each barrel spilled. The Clean Water Act provides a fine of $32,500 for each day of a spill.
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