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  Congress tells BP ignored oil well dangers
Keystone XL project approved by US Congress  U.S. Senate: The US Senate has passed a bill to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, sending it to President Barack Obama's desk for a likely veto US House passes Keystone pipe bill  House of Representatives: The US House has passed a bill approving the construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline US Senate narrowly fails to pass Keystone XL pipeline bill  U.S. Senate: The Senate has narrowly failed to pass a bill approving the controversial oil pipeline. The Senate voted by 59-41 in favour of the bill US taxes and pipeline deal struck


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Dec.16
  House of Representatives: Lawmakers have agreed to extend a payroll tax break for 2 months, after Republicans won their fight to attach a provision on a pipeline


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Jun.17
  Chief executive Tony Hayward has been told by an angry US Congressional panel his firm ignored dangers when drilling in the Gulf of Mexico

Jun.16
  Tony Hayward is set to face a grilling, a day after the oil firm agreed a $20bn compensation fund for victims of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Jun.15   US oil firms 'not ready' for leak
  Congressional panel: The major oil companies drilling off the US coastline are as unprepared as BP for a major spil
May.12   Deepwater Horizon preventer 'faulty'
  House of Representatives: Congressional investigators believe the device meant to stop oil leaking from a Gulf of Mexico well after last month's rig explosion was faulty
May.11 Blame game as US fights oil spill  U.S. Senate: Oil executives frm BP and Transocean have traded blame in Congress over the Gulf Coast oil spill, as the battle to contain it continues May.10 Oil firms 'set for Senate clash'  U.S. Senate: Firms in the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster are set to present conflicting claims at the first US Senate hearing


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