An oil slick the size of 78 to 128 km, resulting from man-made disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, moved to the very coast of the United States. Yesterday, there were already 34 kilometers from the coast of Louisiana and is expected meteorological US can now reach the shore.
The collapse of BP's oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico, 80 km from the coast of Louisiana proved more dangerous than initially estimated. Oil continues to gush at a depth of 1, 5 km., And the cessation of leakage may take another three months.
BP daily spends $ 6 million on the clean-up and trying to stop the leak with four underwater robots.