BP minces its words on leak

BP may very well have told the truth about the oil found in the Gulf of Mexico near the site of the Deepwater Horizon explosion isn’t from the wellhead that the company capped in September 2010.

The leak is more likely from a fracture in the reservoir, caused by the pressure of the capping of that well. The BP can label it a natural seep, when, in fact, the seep is anything but natural.

The BP Barbie tradition is alive and well. Technically telling the truth while being intellectually dishonest.