BP Chief to Meet with Top White House Officials

August 9, 2010 - 12:05 PM
BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley is meeting with top administration officials at the White House Monday to discuss environmental and economic recovery in the Gulf.
Washington (AP) - BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley is meeting with top administration officials at the White House Monday to discuss environmental and economic recovery in the Gulf.
 
The White House says Dudley will meet with Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, White House Counsel Bob Bauer, energy adviser Carol Browner and retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen, the top federal official overseeing the spill response.
 
The meeting comes as BP has finally succeeded in stopping the oil leak at the bottom of the Gulf. But plenty of issues remain including how to carry out the cleanup and determine BP's liability.