How much did BP pay for the oil spill?

How much did BP pay for the oil spill?

Total BP money paid out pushing $60 billion It'll cost $6.4 million, but the city has that sum covered, thanks to their settlement with BP Oil. Almost 10 years since the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico and five years from the settlement was announced, BP oil money is still coming to Tampa Bay.

How much was BP charged for the Deepwater Horizon disaster?

The company paid a $4.5 billion dollar criminal penalty – the largest in U.S. history at that time.

Did BP take responsibility oil spill?

In September 2014, a U.S. District Court judge ruled that BP was primarily responsible for the oil spill because of its gross negligence and reckless conduct. In April 2016, BP agreed to pay $20.8 billion in fines, the largest corporate settlement in United States history.

Did BP get sued for the oil spill?

BP Lawsuit, BP Oil Spill Lawsuit, BP Spill Class Action Approval of that settlement is now final, and as of early 2018 has delivered over $11.2 billion to compensate claimants' losses. The medical settlement is also final, and an additional $1 billion settlement has been reached with defendant Halliburton.

Who was responsible for BP spill?

U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier said BP was mostly to blame for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico disaster, which killed 11 people and spewed oil into the water for 87 days. Barbier attributed 67% of the fault to BP, 30% to Transocean, which owned the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig, and 3% to Halliburton, the cement contractor.

How much is Blackpink net worth?

Safe to assume, the 24-year-old star is worth around $12 million to $13 million as of now. Blackpink members Jennie (Kim Jennie) and Jisoo (Kim Jisoo) are estimated to be worth around the same ballpark, at around $10 million.

Where is oil spills the worst?

Largest oil spills
Spill / TankerLocationTonnes of crude oil (thousands)
Gulf War oil spillKuwait, Iraq, and the Persian Gulf818–1,091
Deepwater HorizonUnited States, Gulf of Mexico560–585
Ixtoc IMexico, Gulf of Mexico454–480
Atlantic Empress / Aegean CaptainTrinidad and Tobago287
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What's the future of oil?

There's close alignment across the scenarios. In our AET-2 scenario, oil demand falls by 70% to 35 million b/d by 2050, decline setting in as electric vehicles and hydrogen disrupt road transportation, while recycling limits the feedstock demand growth for plastics.