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Deadly Dispersants: A Tragedy in the Gulf of Mexico

The 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster was the largest U.S. oil spill, and second largest in world history. Even worse, evidence suggests that cleanup efforts were more destructive to human health and the environment than the spill itself. BP and the federal government intend for their joint response to be the precedent for a new cleanup standard operating procedure (SOP), centered on the widespread use of the chemical dispersant Corexit. ...Read full article...

Investigators find more abnormalities in BP’s account of Oil Spill Disaster

Transocean’s Offshore installation Manager (OIM) on DWH said bypass well was not a sidetrack So when is a “bypass” not a bypass from the same well but from another well location? That should have been the question to ask Transocean’s OIM (Jimmy Harrel) on the Deepwater Horizon, during his 27 May 2010 testimony in the USCG-MMS investigation hearing. Jim Harrel was clearly taken aback when asked to elaborate on ...Read full article...

EPA Accused of Violating the Clean Water Act

Costing Billions in Environmental Damage CEO Discusses Non-Toxic Oil Spill Cleanup Method on Fox Business Network, March 3 GULF RESCUE ALLIANCE | MARCH 2, 2013 In the wake of the ongoing civil trial with high stakes for BP over the 2010 Gulf oil spill, the OSEI Corporation Chairman puts a new slant on preventable devastation outlining how the oil giant could have saved billions in damages and Clean Water ...Read full article...

BP Banned From US Government Contracts

SKYNEWS | NOVEMBER 28, 2012 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the US has temporarily suspended BP from new US government contracts. The ban stemmed from the British oil giant’s conduct regarding the blowout at its Deepwater Horizon rig which killed 11 workers in April 2010. It comes after the company agreed to plead guilty to charges over its part in the largest environmental disaster in US history, and to admit ...Read full article...

BP Oil Spill Disaster: The Growing Emergency, the Unpunished Crime

Two years and many millions of gallons of oil later — and still counting –, the Gulf is in worse condition than it was weeks after the Deepwater Horizon platform exploded on April 20, 2012. By LUIS R. MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | APRIL 20, 2012 The worst man-made disaster in the history of modern society is still ongoing, and the criminals responsible for it continue to be ...Read full article...

Fondo Marino del Golfo de México Inestable, Fracturado y Derramando Hidrocarburos

Petróleo y el gas siguen filtrándose sin cesar, dice un experto. Fugas tóxicas plantean importantes riesgos para la salud pública. Por Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda 11 de octubre 2011 El desastre del Golfo de México no ha desaparecido. De hecho, ha crecido exponencialmente desde que los principales medios de comunicación dejaron de hablar al respecto. De acuerdo con la Alianza para el Rescate del Golfo, una organización ...Read full article...

Gulf of Mexico Sea Floor Unstable, Fractured, Spilling Hydrocarbons

Oil and gas are still seeping unabated, says expert. Toxic leakage poses significant public health risks. by Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda October 10, 2011 The Gulf of Mexico disaster has not gone away. In fact, it has grown exponentially since the main stream media stopped talking about it. According to the Gulf Rescue Alliance, an organization composed of scientists, medical professionals and seafood industry professionals, among others, ...Read full article...

United Nations Agenda 21 to Rule the Oceans

By Dennis Amble April 20, 2011 Whilst everyone has been occupied with EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson’s defense before Congress of the EPA’s attempts to regulate CO2 emissions, the Administration has continued to move towards International Ocean Governance with the establishment of a Governance Coordinating Committee for the National Ocean Council, (NOC). The NOC has been long in the making and earlier history of Ocean legislation can be found here, ...Read full article...

BP Disaster Oil still washing on shore

WSJ The oil that has washed onto nearby beaches in recent days is Louisiana sweet crude, which rules out refineries or tankers carrying foreign oil as culprits but leaves the spill’s precise origins very much a mystery, U.S. officials said Tuesday. “This is definitely crude from the Gulf of Mexico,” said Capt. Jonathan Burton, who is based here and heads the U.S. Coast Guard’s response to the spill. The ...Read full article...

Gulf of Mexico Oil Volcano gushes 3.4 million gallons of oil a day

NaturalNews.com The situation is actually much worse than we’re being led to believe, there could be worldwide catastrophic consequences. If it’s true that millions upon millions of gallons of crude oil are flooding the Gulf with no end in sight, the massive oil slicks being created could make their way into the Gulf Stream currents, which would carry them not only up the East Coast but around the world ...Read full article...
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