Mega Disasters - Texas Oil Explosion

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Mega Disasters - Texas Oil Explosion The Texas City Refinery explosion occurred on March 23, 2005, when a hydrocarbon vapour cloud exploded at the ISOM

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Narrator: When BP learns what happened, the company accepts responsibility for the blast. Me: that doesn't sound like an oil company. Next sentence: But two months later BP pins most of the blame on low level workers. Me: Yeah that's more like it.

Author — Albin Ahlsén

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If BP opened a DVD rental kiosk it would still find a way to explode and poison the environment.

Author — Flying Hellfish

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I’d be worried about any company that rewards their employees for only going a week without an accident.

Author — RhonyLynn

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"The system should be foolproof". You're understimating the kind of fools we've got here....

Author — mintyrainbow

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"Its been a week without accidents and to reward the workforce for there safety record"

Me no smart but that seems no safe

Author — billy osullivan

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"Improved it’s training program"

Deep water horizon: do I look like a joke to you ?

Author — Linux Jedi AKA Big Evil

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Let's see. A person is not supposed to leave their engine running at a gas station.
Refinery worker leaves engine running at a refinery with a production of 11 million gallons of gas per day.
Brilliant.

Author — bwahahaha !

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I feel so sorry for these people, but my hearts breaks the most for Eva. I can't imagine losing my parents let alone at the same time.

Author — lola bigcups

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Everyone knows that 'ALARMS'!!!...are just suggestions.

Author — Mr. Moon

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Corporate greed: The root of all disasters.

Author — SLB94

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My father worked in the oil industry from the 1950's through the 80's, mostly for Mobil. He said BP had a long standing reputation in the industry for cutting costs by risking safety. For this reason the top management at BP was not highly regarded by its peers. Guess the reputation was deserved.

Author — Cheryl Stade

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WHAT ABOUT THE TRUCK?!  WHO LEFT IT THERE?

Author — Travis Jones

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It’s been a week since the last accident, their shift supervisor buys them lunch to reward them. A week?!?

Author — Hunter Maxwell

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So, it was that kid who broke his arm that was at fault.

Author — ArchangelExile

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Always cut corners and skip safety measures. Nothing ever goes wrong.

Author — Clickbait

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It's crazy how businesses always blame their own employee for an issue that their own corporate office knew all along. Just so they could take the fall until it backfire... Smh. R.I.P

Author — Josue Garcia

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thank god bp does not operate nuclear plants in the us allso

Author — Noms de guerre

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I worked on the crew that went in after this. That plant was horrible and bad practices all around.

Author — Justin Franks

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BP Will never care about safety they only care about greed and money

Author — Linux Jedi AKA Big Evil

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"America, always blame everything on terrorism"

Author — DyntoOfficial