How Could BP Be So Far Off?

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Friday, 11 June 2010 04:28

For more than a month BP was telling the world that the rate of leakage from its well was just 5,000 barrels a day. It now appears that the size of the leak is actually an order of magnitude greater. How could BP be so far off the mark? Did they really not have a clue? (What do people get paid for at this company?) Or, where they deliberately not telling the truth?

And the question that we ask here at BP, why aren't the media asking this obvious question?