Will BP profit more from Carbon Swaps? I ask this because as an engineer it seems outrageous that anyone would cut as many corners on a single well as it has been reported BP did. I can think of many ways to stop the oil from spilling into the ocean. I have watched the ROVs for hours dicking around "trying to fix the leak" it is almost comical how stupid these so called fixes were. They failed as I suspected they would prior to the execution of these "fixes" & only made things worse. Also Goldman Sachs largest player in oil & carbon swaps sold most of their BP shares 2 weeks before the explosion. So does anyone know how much BP would stand to make from carbon cap & trade?