BP capturing ‘10,000 barrels of oil’ a day from Gulf of Mexico

Guardian: <figure> <figcaption>BP chief executive Tony Hayward said he would not be quitting over the oil spill. Photograph: Sean Gardner/Reuters</figcaption> </figure> BP's containment cap is capturing 10,000 barrels of oil a day from the leak in the Gulf of Mexico, the company's chief executive said today. The rate is about half a day's flow from the leaking oil well, estimated to be 19,000 barrels a day, but represents the first significant progress in almost seven ......

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