Anadarko Petroleum, which owns a quarter of the well now gushing oil into the Gulf of Mexico, said Friday that BP was likely guilty of "gross negligence or willful misconduct" and should fund the clean-up effort. BP has denied Anadarko's accusations.
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"BP's behavior and actions likely represent gross negligence or willful misconduct," he added, driving his company's shares up 2.2 percent in after-hours trading.
Date created : 2010-06-19