(CNN) – Dozens of ships are now headed to the spot where a ruptured well is spewing crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. In two days, the crews on those vessels will attempt to plug the gusher using mud and cement. It's a high-risk procedure called a "top kill." If it fails, we could be dealing with this disastrous leak for months.
Doug Suttles, BP's chief operating officer for exploration and production, joined us on Monday's American Morning for an update on the progress.