Whatever Happened to the Gulf Oil Spill?

Time: Back in May I met the CEO of a major environmental group for coffee in Washington. This was a few weeks after BP's Deepwater Horizon rig had exploded but before the oil had really made landfall along the coast. The country's attention was focused on the spill, and anything seemed possible. No one knew exactly how much oil was leaking every day - the government said perhaps 5,000 barrels a day, but independent academics reported it could be far more. Models showed that currents might be able to take......

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