When engineer Nick Pozzi visited BP Oil office with an idea to clean up the Gulf Spill, he was threatened by BP, cursed at and thrown out. Pozzi was in charge of using Supertankers, which were incredibly successful in cleaning up a Saudi Arabian spill years ago. The giant supertankers cleaned up 85% of the spill and saved 85% of the oil. They are available for use today, BP refuses..... Listen to Pozzi's experience and claims that it's all because BP doesn't want to spend the money. What gives? Call the White House people.
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Shell Oil executive John Hofmeister speaks on the Today Show about a proven solution to clean up the Gulf Oil Spill -- Supertankers. Supertankers were used in an enormous spill off the coast of Saudi Arabia. BP knows of this solution, but currently has refused to implement it. Get mad, get loud. 85% of the oil was recovered and the waters cleaned up using Supertankers in Arabian waters. What's going on here in America and at BP?