It turns out the report—at least the language dedicated to the disaster’s most prominent miscreant, BP—echoes both public and private analysis done after a series of BP accidents, small and large, over the last decade. It also reaches strikingly similar overall conclusions. These likenesses indicate that BP’s most significant cultural deficiency is not necessarily its now well-documented lax oversight of safety, anemic risk planning and poor communication, but the corporation’s institutional inability to learn from its mistakes.BP considers fines just a cost of doing business. They will never clean up their act ,unless and until, some of their head honcho's are charged with criminal counts... like for instance...murder or at the very least willful homicide.
Check out the ProPublica writeup. It's guaranteed to piss you the hell off if you are someone that cares about human life and the environment, or someone that despises greed.