National

July 16, 2010 6:15 PM

Despite Gulf cleanup efforts, nature will have to do most of it

Now that BP has shut off oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its broken well for the first time in 12 weeks, the company faces a Herculean task of cleaning up the region's oily mess.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Harnessing the power of water to turn it into electricity 03:51

Harnessing the power of water to turn it into electricity

Offshore corporations - The secret shell game 02:24

Offshore corporations - The secret shell game

Offshore corporations: The secret shell game 02:24

Offshore corporations: The secret shell game

The Americans in the Panama Papers 01:40

The Americans in the Panama Papers

Boom in wind energy a boon for Kansas manufacturing 02:20

Boom in wind energy a boon for Kansas manufacturing

Where does Hillary Clinton Stand? 01:39

Where does Hillary Clinton Stand?

Wide-open Wyoming wide open for offshore business 01:45

Wide-open Wyoming wide open for offshore business

Watch Topher Ingalls' motocross video filmed in SLO County 02:12

Watch Topher Ingalls' motocross video filmed in SLO County

Video: Yellowstone grizzly bears: A success story 09:02

Video: Yellowstone grizzly bears: A success story

Share Video

Nation & World Videos