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As the fourth anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon accident in the Gulf of Mexico approaches, much of the region’s environment and marine life are still feeling the effects of the largest accidental oil spill in US history.
The second phase of BP's civil trial in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill began Monday in New Orleans with lawyers claiming the company failed in its preparations.
The Deepwater Horizon disaster could have a lasting impact on the Gulf of Mexico, according to a new paper suggesting that the region’s deep-sea soft-sediment ecosystem could take decades to recover from the 2010 oil spill.
The April 2010 British Petroleum oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was one of the worst environmental accidents in U.S. history, but what is perhaps equally damaging are the legal machinations which have since occurred behind the scenes.
A group of scientists and experts requested by Congress to assess the total damage caused by the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in April 2010 have said the government's current methods of putting a price tag on the most sweeping eco-disaster....
It’s been labeled the worst environmental disaster in world history, and rightfully so, because the British Petroleum (BP) oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is like the nightmarish gift that keeps on giving.
Former BP consultant describes culture of greed that led to worst oil spill in US history as sprawling civil case continues
The Gulf of Mexico disaster might cost BP more than expected as new claims more than double the $42.2 billion set aside to deal with the matter. BP says the additional claims are “substantially overstated”.
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The conditions in the Gulf Coast region are so bad, that some are actually talking about a mass evacuation of the coastal regions in Louisiana. Others think the potential devastation is so dangerous that the entire Gulf Coast region should be evacuaEntered By: Dave Hodges
This new series will expose the fact that BP, Halliburton, Goldman Sachs, Transocean and David Rockefeller’s and the Queen of England’s New York City for Profit members had foreknowledge and hedged their stock market bets in anticipation of the eventEntered By: Dave Hodges
Worries of oil washing up after Hurricane Isaac appear to be well founded as tar balls have been discovered in Louisiana after the storm.
Since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and the subsequent failure of chemical dispersants to solve the problem, innovators have been busy working to create better ways of cleaning a large spill.
Deformed fish continue to be found in the Gulf of Mexico despite assurances that seafood is safe to eat. Mutagenic chemicals have decimated sea life population and are causing fish to be born without eyes, crabs with chemical burns and underdeveloped
Due to the migratory patterns of pelicans, those coming up from the gulf region into the north are displaying signs of oil and Corexit exposure. While the oil itself is bad enough for the birds, the Corexit is a know endocrine disruptor thought to be
While the oil from BP's rig caused tremendous damage to the Gulf of Mexico, the dispersant used is even more dangerous. Corexit is causing more damage to wildlife and people who have come into contact with the chemical, though it is still not widely
As pictures have emerged of the severe damage to wildlife the BP oil spill has caused, many people are alarmed as the the real destruction of the spill. Yet, for some reason, they are still saying the seafood is safe to eat...
Despite assurances by the state and federal governments that the seafood coming from the Gulf of Mexico is safe to eat, shrimp and other sea creatures are showing signs of deformities and poisoning. Due to the large amount of sickened sea life showin