If, like me, you wanted to know more than you were getting from the nightly news, read this book.
Mr. Cavnar writes about his own trauma as a survivor of a near-fatal oil well accident and the respect he has for the crew's courage aboard the Deepwater Horizon.
This book should be recommended reading to everyone in Congress, in the White House and especially in every oil company.
The book was in excellent condition and I am enjoying reading it. Had a nephew on board during all of it.Published 4 months ago by wandbe
This review is about the paper bound edition only. Mr. Cavnar brings his knowledge and attitude to describing the events leading up to the fire and blowout on the Deepwater... Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. S. White
I bought this for an engineering report, so I was pleased with the amount of technical detail. If you're not interested in the specifics, you may need to skip a few chapters.Published 16 months ago by Ree
I found this book to be an interesting read. The author does a reasonably good job of explaining some of the technical aspects of the BP disaster. Read morePublished on September 23, 2011 by William M. Gibson
The author gives the reader a look at the events of the tragedy before, during, and after from an insider's vantage point. Well done.Published on June 14, 2011 by RB
I was waiting for a good book to come out after the spill for some time. As we all know the media didn't get nearly all the facts during the event and the information they got was... Read morePublished on May 8, 2011 by J. Leeman
Ok, I'll admit, I'm really skeptical about offshore drilling, and generally believe that if someone from an oil company's lips are moving he/she is lying. Read morePublished on March 24, 2011 by J. Johnson
"Disaster on the Horizon" by Bob Cavnar delivers a critical insider's account of the Deepwater Horizon disaster. Read morePublished on March 17, 2011 by Malvin