Comms pros on BP's attempt at closure following 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill

BP is looking to draw a line under the damaging 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill following the US government's latest announcement on the disaster - but PR and reputation professionals say challenges for the firm, and the broader energy industry, have not gone away.

by Sam Burne James
Deepwater Horizon: Fire boats douse the rig flames the day after the April 2010 spill, which caused 11 worker deaths (Credit: EPI2oh via Flickr)
Deepwater Horizon: Fire boats douse the rig flames the day after the April 2010 spill, which caused 11 worker deaths (Credit: EPI2oh via Flickr)

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