Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Recent Activities and Ongoing Developments
The uncontrolled discharge from the Deepwater Horizon continued for approximately 84 days until, following several attempts, responders gained control of the release on July 15, 2010. The response involves multiple agencies. As this spill occurred in the coastal zone, an on-scene coordinator (OSC) from the U.S. Coast Guard continues to direct and coordinate the on-site activities of federal, state, local, and private entities (e.g., BP and its contractors). This framework of multiple parties working together under the leadership of the federal government is referred to as the Unified Command.
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