Saturday, June 28, 2008

When it all goes up in smoke | Money | The Guardian


When it all goes up in smoke | Money | The Guardian:

"A black cloud covered southern England when the Buncefield oil depot exploded in 2005. Years later, residents are still waiting for compensation. Miles Brignall reports






They accuse the oil companies that ran the site - a joint venture between French company Total and the US giant Chevron - of doing everything in their power to avoid compensation claims.

Total, the lead company, made pretax profits of £20bn last year, but most residents say they have received barely a penny in compensation"


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