Well, I'm pretty sure that deepwater rigs are going to be subject to new safety standards after this, and STO has two deepwater rigs. STO has Gulf rigs, and those are halted right now.
STO was partnered with BP on a number of projects, including an ocean windfarm. I don't know where projects like that stand in light of BP's deteriorating situation.
With increased talk about FINALLY looking for an alternative to oil, STO's strong connection to oil could suffer. BUT, I think that STO is better poised to profit from alternative energy investment than not. First and foremost, STO is the second-largest provider of natural gas in the world. If we can evolve beyond oil, natural gas is going to play a strong role in that evolution. Second, STO has strongly invested in other alternative energies, predominantly wind, and could end up poised to capitalize on any initiative in that direction as well.