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  •  - BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    Posted: 11/23/2012 3:16:13 PM EST
    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg, October 18, 2012. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
  •  - BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    Posted: 11/23/2012 3:16:13 PM EST
    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg, October 18, 2012. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
  •  - BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    Posted: 11/23/2012 3:14:13 PM EST
    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg, October 18, 2012. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
  •  - BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    Posted: 11/23/2012 3:13:12 PM EST
    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg, October 18, 2012. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
  •  - BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    Posted: 11/23/2012 7:08:30 AM EST
    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg, October 18, 2012. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
  •  - BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg

    Posted: 11/23/2012 7:08:30 AM EST
    BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. Petersburg, October 18, 2012. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
  •  - A BP logo is seen on a petrol station in London

    A BP logo is seen on a petrol station in London

    Posted: 11/17/2012 9:22:22 PM EST
    A BP logo is seen on a petrol station in London November 2, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
  •  - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at a news conference in New Orleans November 15, 2012. The U.S. government negotiated with BP Plc to resolve civil claims against the company related to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 but did not reach any agreement, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Thursday. Holder, at a press conference on BP's criminal settlement, said it was possible the civil claims could still be resolved out of court but said the government was preparing for trial next year. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in the case against British oil company BP Plc for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, in New Orleans November 15, 2012. BP Plc will pay $4.5 billion in penalties and plead guilty to felony misconduct in the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which caused the worst U.S. offshore oil spill ever. The settlement includes a $1.256 billion criminal fine, the largest such levy in U.S. history, the oil company said on Thursday. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called the deal a "critical step forward" but was adamant that it did not end the government's criminal investigation of the spill. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Lanny A. Breuer speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Lanny A. Breuer speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Lanny A. Breuer speaks at a news conference in New Orleans November 15, 2012. The U.S. government negotiated with BP Plc to resolve civil claims against the company related to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 but did not reach any agreement, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Thursday. Holder, at a press conference on BP's criminal settlement, said it was possible the civil claims could still be resolved out of court but said the government was preparing for trial next year. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in the case against British oil company BP Plc for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, in New Orleans November 15, 2012. BP Plc will pay $4.5 billion in penalties and plead guilty to felony misconduct in the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which caused the worst U.S. offshore oil spill ever. The settlement includes a $1.256 billion criminal fine, the largest such levy in U.S. history, the oil company said on Thursday. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called the deal a "critical step forward" but was adamant that it did not end the government's criminal investigation of the spill. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in the case against British oil company BP Plc for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, in New Orleans November 15, 2012. BP Plc will pay $4.5 billion in penalties and plead guilty to felony misconduct in the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which caused the worst U.S. offshore oil spill ever. The settlement includes a $1.256 billion criminal fine, the largest such levy in U.S. history, the oil company said on Thursday. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called the deal a "critical step forward" but was adamant that it did not end the government's criminal investigation of the spill. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at a news conference in New Orleans November 15, 2012. The U.S. government negotiated with BP Plc to resolve civil claims against the company related to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 but did not reach any agreement, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Thursday. Holder, at a press conference on BP's criminal settlement, said it was possible the civil claims could still be resolved out of court but said the government was preparing for trial next year. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in the case against British oil company BP Plc for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, in New Orleans November 15, 2012. BP Plc will pay $4.5 billion in penalties and plead guilty to felony misconduct in the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which caused the worst U.S. offshore oil spill ever. The settlement includes a $1.256 billion criminal fine, the largest such levy in U.S. history, the oil company said on Thursday. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called the deal a "critical step forward" but was adamant that it did not end the government's criminal investigation of the spill. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Lanny A. Breuer speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Lanny A. Breuer speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Lanny A. Breuer speaks at a news conference in New Orleans November 15, 2012. The U.S. government negotiated with BP Plc to resolve civil claims against the company related to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 but did not reach any agreement, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Thursday. Holder, at a press conference on BP's criminal settlement, said it was possible the civil claims could still be resolved out of court but said the government was preparing for trial next year. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in the case against British oil company BP Plc for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, in New Orleans November 15, 2012. BP Plc will pay $4.5 billion in penalties and plead guilty to felony misconduct in the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which caused the worst U.S. offshore oil spill ever. The settlement includes a $1.256 billion criminal fine, the largest such levy in U.S. history, the oil company said on Thursday. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called the deal a "critical step forward" but was adamant that it did not end the government's criminal investigation of the spill. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in the case against British oil company BP Plc for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, in New Orleans November 15, 2012. BP Plc will pay $4.5 billion in penalties and plead guilty to felony misconduct in the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which caused the worst U.S. offshore oil spill ever. The settlement includes a $1.256 billion criminal fine, the largest such levy in U.S. history, the oil company said on Thursday. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called the deal a "critical step forward" but was adamant that it did not end the government's criminal investigation of the spill. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at a news conference in New Orleans November 15, 2012. The U.S. government negotiated with BP Plc to resolve civil claims against the company related to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 but did not reach any agreement, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Thursday. Holder, at a press conference on BP's criminal settlement, said it was possible the civil claims could still be resolved out of court but said the government was preparing for trial next year. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Acting Associate Attorney General West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in case against British oil company BP Plc, in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West speaks at a news conference to announce new criminal charges and a settlement in the case against British oil company BP Plc for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, in New Orleans November 15, 2012. BP Plc will pay $4.5 billion in penalties and plead guilty to felony misconduct in the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which caused the worst U.S. offshore oil spill ever. The settlement includes a $1.256 billion criminal fine, the largest such levy in U.S. history, the oil company said on Thursday. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called the deal a "critical step forward" but was adamant that it did not end the government's criminal investigation of the spill. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
  •  - Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Lanny A. Breuer speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Lanny A. Breuer speaks at a news conference in New Orleans

    Posted: 11/16/2012 4:09:04 AM EST
    Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Lanny A. Breuer speaks at a news conference in New Orleans November 15, 2012. The U.S. government negotiated with BP Plc to resolve civil claims against the company related to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 but did not reach any agreement, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Thursday. Holder, at a press conference on BP's criminal settlement, said it was possible the civil claims could still be resolved out of court but said the government was preparing for trial next year. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman