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“Gulf Cleanup Chaos”: Report Details Dangers of Dispersants – Public News Service 0

Posted on August 31, 2011 by bp complaints


"Gulf Cleanup Chaos": Report Details Dangers of Dispersants
Public News Service
The dispersants used in cleaning up the Gulf Deepwater Horizon oil disaster may have the same types of adverse effects on humans and wildlife as does the oil itself, according to a new report from Earthjustice, the environmental advocacy law firm.
UWF researchers part of 2.5M in grants to study oil spillPensacola News Journal
2.5 Million Awarded to Research Consortia Studying Effects of Deepwater MarketWatch (press release)
Deep Horizon oil spill research fundedUPI.com
Bradenton Herald –MiamiHerald.com –ABC Action News
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deepwater horizon – Google News


Posted on July 03, 2010 by bp complaints

BP says not to worry, the environmental impact will be “MINIMAL” and we should not worry our pretty little heads!
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Best viewed in full screen 1080p. Using satellites, scientists have been tracking the movement of BP’s Deep Water Horizon oil slick as currents have pushed it closer and closer to the Gulf Coast. Now, scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research have used supercomputers to simulate its path in coming months as it moves up the Atlantic seaboard in major ocean currents.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

‘Complete chaos, mayhem’: Workers describe failures on oil rig 0

Posted on May 27, 2010 by bp complaints

‘Complete chaos, mayhem’: Workers describe failures on oil rig
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — As the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig burned around him, Chris Pleasant hesitated, waiting for approval from his superiors before activating the emergency disconnect system that was supposed to slam the oil well shut at the…
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BP Oil Spill-Class Action Chaos- Attorney Rick Kuykendall 2

Posted on May 23, 2010 by bp complaints

The class action lawyer feeding frenzy that is occurring in Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida is covered in part three of this special series from The Legal Broadcast Network. This is hardly the professions finest hour as groups of mass tort and environmental law firms battle to not only sign up clients, but maneuver to gain control over the litigation and the public relations battle as to the proper legal approach. It is an unseemly battle featuring some of the biggest names in mass torts and class action law and Attorney Rick Kuykendalls perspective is one of a 30 year veteran of these cases and as a Gulf coast resident and native.

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