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BP, other firms point fingers during Gulf spill hearing

BP, other firms point fingers during Gulf spill hearing 09 Nov 2010 Investigators said Monday that in the hours and days before the Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, workers made decision after decision that steadily increased risks -- but there is no evidence anyone at BP deliberately cut corners in order to save money. During a day-long hearing, the presidential commission investigating the disaster highlighted a series of possible problems in the hours before the explosion, including misinterpreted pressure tests, possibly unstable cement used to seal the well and missed warning signs that gas had breached the well.