BP Fined $87 Million for 2005 Refinery Blast
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced the largest fine in its history on Friday, $87 million in penalties against the oil giant BP for failing to correct safety problems identified after a 2005 explosion that killed 15 workers at its Texas City, Tex., refinery.
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#1 Oct 31, 2009
so fining one source of gas is good
did anyone think about what the fines were going to be used for?
then you all sit there and wonder why the price of gas goes up
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#2 Oct 31, 2009
Fines are applied to profit.
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