In the context of ensuring that the safety operations of the BP shell is facilitated the company management has been essential in ensuring the goals of the company through deep sea drilling is achieved.
This is in the context of 2010 operations where 210 gallons of crude oil were released into the Gulf of Mexico.
This is where the operation was named to be worst environmental disaster of U.S affecting 8,332 species where more than 50 species were put on the federal protection list.
This then took the company $14 billion U.S dollars as the cleanup cost where in 2013 the company paid about $42.2 billion as criminal and civil settlement and $18 billion U.S dollars asuse of current transportation economic situations such as the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico additional penalties.
The major hindrances were hindered by the supply chain management where efficiency was not achieved through;
Bottleneck with dispersant this is where the company needed 50,000gallons but evidently the company able to only produce 500 gallons a week.
It was also clear that 70% of the U.S sea food comes from the gulf coast where due to the menace the seafood buyers had to reconfigure their supply chains which was costly.
The shipping process was affected as well as the supply tourism sector which declined by 48% along the gulf.
It also clear that the fail of the effective total quality management was not achieved by the company in the company had no strong quality of supply that was able to avoid and mitigate operational interruptions using its both local and diverse suppliers.
This is where the company has emphasized on safety and environmental conservation in each and every sub contractors action where safety is emphasized more than profitability and revenues.
In the context of the 2010 operations where the company operations in the gulf of Mexico it is clear that the company supply chain management was working on retrieving extra data and working with new vendors on the cleanup efforts.
The supply chain operations evidently also took strategic discussions and necessary steps in the context of performing a post mortem to review the plans of what went right and what went wrong working with various partners that other oil and gas companies to drive joint learning around black swan event.
It is therefore evident that after the menace in 2010 by the BP Company the use of the current transportation economic situation has deteriorated based on the fact that there has been reduced marine in that migratory species were greatly affected declining the seafood industry by $2.4 billion.
The transport industry basically the tourism sector has also been devastated in the sense that through diminishing jobs and the state revenue.
The health concern was also on the rise as the company facilitated the cleanup process which was based on chemical and procedures used to facilitate the cleaning process.