June 2010 Vol. 237 No. 6

Editor's Notebook

Editor's Notebook: A Spill Worth Crying Over

Every night I tear at the sheets, tossing, turning and hoping by some miracle the news will be better in the morning: that BP will have finally regained control of its runaway well that is causing heartache and angst throughout the nation, the Gulf Coast and the petroleum industry. Instead, this mother of all oil spills becomes even more unbearable as the disaster continues unabated. In my 20 years of energy reporting, I have found the oil and gas industry to be one that is highly proud of its technological achievements in safely providing us with life-empowering fuels. It is a record that most companies can still point to with pride. Ironically, I joined a well-attended gener

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