The White House announced Tuesday it will take further action to suspend drilling in deep water, after canceling the moratorium decided by a judge by President Barack Obama in response to environmental catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico.
"We believe further that a break in deep water drilling, as we still leaks oil company BP pit", says U.S. Secretary for Home Affairs, Ken Salazar. A Louisiana judge Tuesday revoked the moratorium enacted by Barack Obama on drilling in deep water. Judge Martin Feldman in New Orleans, was right given the 32 companies that requested it. White House immediately announced he would appeal the decision. "President Barack Obama is convinced that it makes no sense to continue drilling as long as the problem still not resolved the Deepwater Horizon platform," Salazar argued. Obama administration had decided the suspension action after the sinking platform oil drilling on April 22, incident from which oil continues to leak and now the Gulf of Mexico. But so far caused dissatisfaction owners and oil companies, who fear that they will fail.
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