BP reneges on deal to rebuild oyster beds, repair wetlands, Louisiana officials say

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    BP reneges on deal to rebuild oyster beds, repair wetlands, Louisiana officials say | NOLA.com

     
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    "promises made in November to negotiate early payments"

    So failing to "negotiate early payments" is equivalent to them not doing the repair work?

    Why would BP need to pay early?

    The article also states they will just do the clean up and then "bill BP for the costs." So what is the problem?
     

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