It took just over a year for the story of BP’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill to wash up in a tide of new books on the disaster. Of all the accounts so far, Reuters oil writer Tom Bergin provides the most compelling look at how BP found itself with President Barack...
Bergin…. has provided the best assessment yet of how the accident was rooted in the nature of BP.
A gripping story of corporate hubris and incompetence.
A robust read on the combustible history of big oil.
If you want to know why BP got itself into such a mess before and after Deepwater Horizon, Spills and Spin is an excellent and reliable account.