Oil Companies Plan Rapid Response System to Gulf Spills

Posted on by Susie

Exxon Mobil, Chevron, ConocoPhillips and Royal Dutch Shell are committing $1 billion to set up a rapid response system to deal with oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico’s deep waters.   The initial funding will be used to build containment equipment that will be able to deal with a variety of deepwater problems.  This is good news for Gulf Coast residents and we at the Susie Kirkland Team are glad that efforts are being made to prevent and prepare for any future problems.  To read more on this click here.

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