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April 15, 2011 12:06 PM

BP foresees no clean-up workers necessary in five years

BP’s chief of operations for the Gulf cleanup, Mike Utsler, has been on the job since the first days of the spill. He’s shifted it from a major effort in the summer and fall to pulling back as oil residue washing ashore has diminished each month since the winter.

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