CALIFORNIA CLEANUP PROGRESSES, POLITICAL FALLOUT ACCELERATING

Bob Williams Senior Staff Writer Cleanup continued last week of a Feb. 7 spill of about 9,458 bbl of Alaskan North Slope crude off the southern California coast amid renewed furor over the U.S. petroleum industry's ability to work safely offshore. BP America, which took responsibility, expected to have most of the gross contamination cleaned up by the end of this week. At presstime, the focus was shifting to second phase cleanup.

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