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Hurricane threat forces BP to shut down Gulf of Mexico platforms – The Guardian 0

Posted on September 01, 2011 by bp complaints

The Guardian

Hurricane threat forces BP to shut down Gulf of Mexico platforms
The Guardian
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico last year. Photograph: KeystoneUSA-ZUMA / Rex Features BP faced its third setback in as many days on Thursday when it was forced to shut down all of its Gulf of Mexico oil platforms and airlift
New leak near Deepwater Horizon site quickly becoming a massive oil slickExaminer.com
Gulf Coast Beaches Rebound 1 Year After Oil SpillABC News
Consortia gets USD 112.5 mln to study oil spill's effects on Mexican GulfFIS
UPI.com –Homer Tribune
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deepwater horizon – Google News

Rigs Drill for Oil; Platforms Pump It – Wall Street Journal 0

Posted on September 08, 2010 by bp complaints


Rigs Drill for Oil; Platforms Pump It
Wall Street Journal
The Deepwater Horizon explosion on April 20 and Thursday's Mariner Energy Inc. fire both took place on oil facilities in the Gulf of Mexico
BP's Deepwater Disaster Costs MountForbes
BP: Deepwater Horizon oil well will be permanently sealed 'in two weeks'The Guardian
What now for Gulf? Fire complicates drill debateThe Associated Press
al.com (blog) –Washington Post (blog) –Oneindia
all 7,623 news articles »

deepwater horizon – Google News

Rep. Taylor Offended by Oil Platform’s Foreign Connections 6

Posted on June 22, 2010 by bp complaints

Rep. Gene Taylor (Miss.) says he is “personally offended” that the ill-fated oil platform Deepwater Horizon was built in Korea, registered in the Marshall Islands, and that the profits it generated went to a company in Switzerland, while Americans suffer the brunt of the pollution created by the platform’s failure. Rep. Taylor made the remarks during a Capitol Hill hearing by the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure on June 9, 2010.

NOAA offshore trajectory 72-hour forecast June 4, 2010 12:00 CDT – June 6, 2010 12:00 CDT The section of the oil slick that has exited the Loop Current is drifting eastward towards Florida’s west coast at 10 to 15 miles per day. By June 6, the oil spill boundary is predicted to be approximately 50 miles off the coast of Tampa Bay and Florida’s west coast. Tags: dispersant riser pipe syphon gulf louisiana alabama mississippi miami lauderdale tampa “st. pete” “st petersburg” clearwater “palm beach” turtles coral reef pelicans dolphins terns oilspill oilslick oil BP Deepwater Horizon Transocean Halliburton Anadarko wellhead junkshot containment boom dome rov rig blowout preventer “lower marine riser” LMRP “top hat” “top kill” containment dome hat ixtoc exxon valdez volcano geyser loop current gulfstream “new orleans” biloxi corexit

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