For some unknown reason I had always thought of BP as the ‘least bad’ oil company. Then they spilt nearly five million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. Then I read Spills and Spin.
Tom Bergin’s first book, which begins with thick mud raining onto the deck of an offshore supply vessel in the Gulf of Mexico, chronicles the thirty years of BP history leading up to the spill. As such, it is as much page-turning thriller as it is an historical account.
Read the rest on Ceasefire