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Congress Requests Briefing on Black Elk Energy Explosion

November 30th, 2012

According to reports, five members of Congress have requested a briefing from Black Elk Energy CEO John Hoffman on what caused the fatal explosion of one of the Houston-based company's oil West Delta Block 32 production platform in the Gulf of Mexico. Reportedly, Black Elk Energy has until December 10 to supply the briefing. Sources say the party lines have fallen to the wayside as the lawmakers mutually agree on the importance of safety on offshore drilling rigs. Reportedly, in addition to work by federal investigators with the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, Black Elk has hired ABS Consulting to investigate the matter.

Filipino Translation:

Kongreso Kahilingan pagtatagubilin sa Black Elk Enerhiya Pagsabog

Ayon sa mga ulat, ang limang miyembro ng Kongreso humiling ng isang pagtatagubilin mula sa Black Elk Enerhiya CEO John Hoffman sa kung ano ang sanhi ng malalang pagsabog ng isa ng langis ang Houston-based kumpanya West Delta Block 32 produksyon platform sa Gulf of Mexico. Reportedly, Black Elk Enerhiya may hanggang Disyembre 10 upang matustusan ang pagtatagubilin. Pinagmumulan ng sabihin ang mga linya ng partido na nahulog sa gilid ng daan bilang lawmakers ay kapwa sumasang-ayon sa kahalagahan ng kaligtasan sa offshore rigs pagbabarena. Reportedly, sa karagdagan upang gumana sa pamamagitan ng mga pederal na investigators sa US Bureau ng Kaligtasan at kapaligiran Pagpapatupad, Black Elk bisikleta ABS pagkonsulta sa siyasatin ang bagay.

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