Long After Spill, BP Gets ‘F’ Ratings for Alaska Pipelines

New York times: Is there another BP disaster waiting to happen, this time in Alaska? The British oil giant has several major accidents in the United States over the last five years, in part due to inadequate attention to maintenance and safety. Most famously, a BP deepwater well blew out in April, killing 11 rig workers and spilling millions of barrels of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. In 2005, an explosion at its Texas City, Tex., refinery left 15 dead and 170 others injured, and continuing problems at......

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