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Jeff Dute on the Outdoors: Awaiting the good, bad and ugly of the Gulf oil spill – al.com 0

Posted on January 02, 2011 by bp complaints

New York Times (blog)

Jeff Dute on the Outdoors: Awaiting the good, bad and ugly of the Gulf oil spill
The good, bad and ugly outdoors stories from 2010 begin and end with the Deepwater Horizon oil-rig disaster. But instead of rehashing what
And the biggest and most popular stories of 2010 are…Central Florida News 13
TOP 10: Oil disaster the biggest news of 2010 // VIDEO, PHOTOSThe News Herald
Gulf Oil Spill Was Top Story in 2010Voice of America
Gulf Times –10 Connects –Florida Today
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gulf oil spill updates – Google News

BP Gulf well “secured,” awaiting final kill: U.S. – Reuters 0

Posted on September 05, 2010 by bp complaints

Upstream Online

BP Gulf well "secured," awaiting final kill: U.S.
The Macondo BOP failed on April 20, leading to an explosion aboard the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig that killed 11 men. The well spewed more than 4
The BP Oil Catastrophe: End of the Nightmare?TIME (blog)
BP starts removing Deepwater Horizon BOPOil & Gas Journal
BP Removes Blow-Out Preventer; Long Trip to Surface BeginsBarron’s (blog)
Offshore Oil and Gas Magazine –Times of the Internet
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deepwater horizon – Google News

19 power plants on the coasts are awaiting oil spill 17

Posted on June 23, 2010 by bp complaints

As BP executives repeat amorphous phrases like “all legitimate claims” and “make things right”, Gulf Coast residents are becoming increasingly suspicious. First obtained by NewOrleans.com through an “insider”, a 582-page report details how BP would handle an oil disaster similar to the one we are now experiencing. From BP’s Regional Oil Spill Response Plan for the Gulf of Mexico, updated on June 30, 2009:: www.scribd.com As oil from the massive Deepwater Horizon slick in the Gulf of Mexico laps at Louisiana’s shores and tar balls wash up on beaches in the Florida Keys, saltwater-dependent power plants on the Gulf Coast prepare for the worst. “We’ve been monitoring the spill since it began,” says Suzanne Grant, a spokesperson for Progress Energy Florida, which runs four power plants on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Three of the plants pump in water from the Gulf to cool their turbines. “The good news is that forecast models continue to indicate it’s highly unlikely the slick will reach our coastal plants, but we’re putting an action plan in place just in case,” Grant says. … news.discovery.com
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www.TransAlchemy.com Today, Nintendo and Disney announced, at the E3 conference, the new “Epic Mickey” videogame. The game involves rebuilding a “wasteland” post-apocalyptic version of Disney World. What’s interesting, though, is that some scientists warn that the state of Florida in the United States, in which Disney World is located, is at major risk for massive environmental destruction, due to the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster – possibly necessitating evacuation from the “wasteland”. During Nintendo’s E3 2010 press conference, Epic Mickey was demoed on the show floor, showing off some of the game’s features. One thing that immediately jumped out at us was how good the game looked, especially being a Wii game. At first glance Epic Mickey almost looks like your standard 3D plat former, but the player will be able to use paint or thinner to modify the environment to their liking. You could even thin the floor out to make a hole, and drop down below. Alternatively, you can paint the level to restore it. Apparently these choices will have an effect on the game later on down the line, but it remains to be seen what they could be. Epic Mickey makes its debut later this year exclusively for Nintendo Wii. Includes music by KMFDM. Read the lyrics http

BP chief awaiting fury of senators 0

Posted on June 18, 2010 by bp complaints

BP chief awaiting fury of senators
BP chief executive Tony Hayward is awaiting the fury of US senators in Washington over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, despite scrapping dividends and setting up a 20 billion dollar (£13.5 billion) compensation fund.
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