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Posted on July 06, 2010 by bp complaints

there are 4-5 videos please watch all of them to understand what happened…. they are attempting to cut something off of the BOP and drop the saw…. the recover the saw… start to cut again…. something happens to make the operator of the ROV panic and escape the area… then something blows!!! What in the world just happened????
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On the evening of the 28th of June at approx 7:15pm, Liberate Tate In protest over BP’s sponsorship of the arts performed a “Solemn” oil like spill at the Tates Summer party. Dressed in black and veiled the performers carrying black buckets with BP logos spewed molasses over the entrance way as onlookers watched in amazement as the Portland stone floor was consumed by the black oil like mess. Feathers were scattered and filled the air and in the same manner of approach the artists gracefully paced their escape. Licence to Spill “Apart from catastrophic spills like the Deepwater Horizon, there are a whole host of adverse impacts that are associated with the production of oil. On the local level, it often involves extreme forms of pollution for local communities, while regionally oil is frequently associated with greater militarization and conflict. Globally, carbon emissions, oil companies, and our collective dependence on the product they push, are taking us ever closer to the edge of climate catastrophe. ” To download Licence to Spill, a new release from Platform, visit www.carbonweb.org Info : www.artnotoil.org.uk
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Oil Washes Ashore As Hurricane Alex Blows In 0

Posted on July 02, 2010 by bp complaints

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Oil Washes Ashore As Hurricane Alex Blows In
Clean-up efforts from the Gulf of Mexico oil leak are being hampered by wind and rain from the Atlantic’s first hurricane of the season.
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Giant underwater dome to stop oil spill after Deepwater Horizon rig blows 25

Posted on June 22, 2010 by bp complaints

Efforts are continuing in the Gulf of Mexico to stop the oil leak from a US oil rig that exploded and sank last week. Heavy seas however are hampering the works. During a previous attempt, four robotic submErsibles conducted an unprecedented operation to shut the leak with a giant state-of-the-art device. BP plans to collect leaking oil on the ocean bottom by lowering a large dome to capture the oil and then pumping it through pipes and hoses into a vessel on the surface. Around 160 thousand litres of oil is pouring into the sea from the well, causing a massive oil slick that could pose an environmental disaster.

Attorney Mike Papantonio – Gulf oil spill blows up seafood industry 3

Posted on May 06, 2010 by bp complaints


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