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BP Says It Complied With U.S. Safety Order on Texas Explosion

BP Plc says it’s met its commitments to the U.S. government to improve safety at the Texas City, Texas, refinery, following an explosion in 2005 that killed 15 workers and injured hundreds.

 

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has given BP until tomorrow to meet terms of an agreement reached in 2005 to make the improvements. In a letter to BP dated Aug. 3, OSHA said BP’s failure to make the improvements would “constitute a failure to comply” with the settlement.

 

Source: Bloomberg

 

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