Essay about Stakeholder Analysis on Bp

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Stakeholder analysis on the British Petroleum oil spill disaster
Stakeholder: UK and USA Government
The British Petroleum (BP) oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico flowed unabated for three months in 2010. It is the largest accidental marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry. This event affected individuals and groups, know as stakeholders, in different ways according to the impact that the catastrophe meant to their situation. The stakeholders treated in this case are the U.S. and UK government, which first we would like to define their position on the disaster then to find the links with ethical traditions and finally to mention the positive aspects and limits of these two with three theoretical propositions
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The U.S. government seek to be the victim of the incident with the reason of solidarity with those affected but also be the one to go forward in search of a solution and satisfaction of all involved as it´s leader role. As well, the U.S. government was responsible for establish appropriate regulations to prevent such damage. This put it on the exterior “inocent” role but indirect accomplice for the mistake done.
Furthermore, the UK government seek not be involved in the incident, likewise even pretended to find a speedy solution to be the lowest impact to its stakeholders and its oil industry that implies BP mainly in the economial and relationships between nations. Its role was primarily mediator in the dispute of the guilt of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico with the intention of the most healthy solution of all.

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