Yesterday the presidents of the companies related with the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling -namely BP,Halliburton and Transocean Limited) avoided to assume responsibility for the explosion, hence the catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
If none of them where responsible for that, could this be a case of undersea creatures terrorism?
Who should assume responsibility for this catastrophe?
We all should assume some degree of responsibility.
We allow such companies to pursue their objectives without first ensuring that those parties are competent enough to have viable contingency plans that negate and rectify their failures.
Factually... they went into it without knowing how to counter their incompetence didn't they?
Yep! There's that name again. Halliburton.
Totally agree with you in terms that it is a case of social and political responsibility. But as a matter of fact, not everyone share the same degree of responsibility.
Thanks for your contribution.
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