Macondo commander charged with insider trading

Insider charges: Keith Seilhan, left, supervises Macondo clean-up operations in Alabama in 2010

US securities regulators have reached a settlement with a former BP Macondo incident commander over charges of insider trading in the wake of the 2010 lethal blowout, according to documents released Thursday.


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