Oil giant BP's response to a collapsed rig spewing oil into the Gulf of Mexico is expected to dominate telephone talks on Saturday afternoon between US President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron.
REUTERS - BP Plc's handling of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill was expected to overshadow talks on Saturday between U.S. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron.
BP oil spill in Gulf of Mexico
- Spanish court acquits accused in Prestige oil spill
- BP’s vain efforts to stem the oil leak
- BP wrestles containment cap onto ruptured oil well
- BP cuts off leaking oil pipe in latest bid to stem leak
- Twitter spoof leads anti-BP campaign
- BP resumes effort to plug leak as slick threatens Florida
- Fitch downgrade adds to pressure on BP
- New BP bid to contain spill hits snag as slick approaches Florida
- Obama pledges new US energy bill to end fossil fuel dependence
- BP in new attempt to curb spill as US probe drags shares further down
- US launches criminal probe into BP oil spill
- Obama to meet oil spill commission as slick spreads
- BP shares plunge 15% as oil spill costs soar
- Obama defends government response to oil spill
- BP spill eclipses 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster
- Chemical dispersant adds to 'toxic soup', says Cousteau Jr.
- Oil 'stops leaking' from damaged BP well
- BP continues 'top kill' operation in bid to stem oil leak
Date created : 2010-06-12