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BP to sell stake in Pan American Energy for $7.06B – TMCnet 0

Posted on December 02, 2010 by bp complaints

Daily Mail

BP to sell stake in Pan American Energy for .06B
BP expects to spend nearly billion to handle the Gulf oil spill, which was sparked by an April 20 rig explosion that killed 11 workers.
Leftover oil spotted on Gulf floormsnbc.com
Oil Spill Commission Slide, Withdrawn, Listed Findings On Risky Deepwater Gulf Coast Maritime
Oil Spill Commission's Missing Document Adds Insight to Gulf InvestigationProPublica
BusinessWeek –Oil & Gas Journal –Mother Nature Network (blog)
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BP Rises After Sells Argentine Stake for $7 Billion – ABC News 0

Posted on November 29, 2010 by bp complaints


BP Rises After Sells Argentine Stake for Billion
ABC News
Analysts welcomed the sale, saying it was another milestone in the company's rehabilitation, as it claws its way back from its Gulf of Mexico oil spill,
BP to sell .06 billion in Argentina assets to help cover gulf oil spill costsWashington Post
Cnooc: BP's Stake Sale Won't Impact Pan American's Long-Term OperationsWall Street Journal
BP sells Pan American Energy stake in bn dealTelegraph.co.uk
The Associated Press –AFP –This is Money
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Oil Spill 2010: What’s at Stake for the Environment? 7

Posted on May 20, 2010 by bp complaints

May 1st 2010 NBCs Mark Potter reports on the environmental impact the oil spill will have in the Gulf Coast. Oil slick emergency spreads to Florida Sat May 1 2010- itn.co.uk A state of emergency has been declared in Florida’s coastal counties because of the threat from the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The spill that threatens to become America’s worst environmental disaster in decades, spread out of control and started washing ashore along the Gulf Coast on Thursday night. The oil slick is threatening hundreds of species of fish, birds and other wildlife along the Gulf Coast, one of the world’s richest seafood grounds, teeming with shrimp, oysters and other marine life. Louisiana declared a state of emergency on Thursday before the spill reached land. There are also fears the crisis will deepen in the region after the US Coast Guard reported that an inshore oil rig overturned near Morgan City, Louisiana. Meanwhile, President Barack Obama said that domestic oil drilling remains an important part of US energy policy, but must be done responsibly. He said any future offshore tracts leased to companies to search for oil would be subject to better safety measures to prevent and control spills. Louisiana oil spill may be five times bigger than previously thought- www.telegraph.co.uk

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