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- Steven Mufson energy correspondent for the Washington Post
- James Herron Dow Jones Newswires Reporter based in London
- Kenneth Feinberg the government-appointed administrator of the BP Deepwater Horizon Disaster Victim Compensation Fund; a former Special Master of the U.S. Government's September 11th Victim Compensation Fund and former Special Master for TARP Executive Compensation.
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