Thomson ReutersFebruary 28, 2013 14:15
By Kristen Hays
NEW ORLEANS, Feb 28 (Reuters) - BP Plc's investigation of its 2010 Gulf of Mexico well rupture and oil spill did not address cost overruns, the executive who ran the probe testified on Thursday.
Plaintiffs argue that concerns over expenditure led crew members to rush the wrapup of the drilling.
"I don't recall it being part of our discussions," Mark Bly, BP's global head of safety and operational risk, said when asked about cost overruns at the Macondo well.