(Pics) BP’s Clean Up Costs Reworked

(Pics) BP’s Clean Up Costs Reworked

Visual Economics breaks down how $100,000,000,000 could have been used for some worldly good.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 16 august 2010

As of June 2010 global energy giant BP recorded stock losses of $100,000,000,000, mainly due to their April 20 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico this year.  Not including the $3.5+ billion in clean up costs so far Visual Economics  have put together a few thoughts on how BP’s finances could have been used for some worldly good.

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