Gulf Well Is Capped, But Still ‘Hell To Be Paid’

National Public Radio: Its first act has concluded, but the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico will continue to cause dramatic fallout for years to come. The blown oil well Macondo has been covered with cement and was declared "effectively dead" Sunday, but its legal, ecological and economic effects are only just starting. "It's great news that the BP blowout has finally been killed after five months," said Richard Charter, a marine policy adviser with Defenders of Wildlife, an environmental advocacy ......

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