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Giant skimmer tested by BP to clean up oil spill

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Tropical Storm Alex disrupts oil clean-up

Tropical storm Alex was expected to strengthen into a hurricane yesterday, delaying BP's efforts to increase siphoning capacity at the gushing oil well in the Gulf of Mexico where some companies have evacuated workers.

White House turns up heat on BP with flurry of new demands

The White House is ratcheting up pressure on BP over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, as the company meets today to discuss the future of the dividend payments while it assesses the scale and costs of the unfolding environmental disaster.

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