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52 min ago | Dominion Post
NOT SO APOCALYPTIC: Even when terrible things such as the Deepwater Horizon oil spill have happened the eventual outcome has almost invariably been less apocalyptic than the prophets of doom foresaw.
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President Obama didn't visit the U.S.-Mexico border on his trip to Texas this week because he said a "photo-op" would not solve the immigration crisis.
Oil that matches the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico has been found in the bodies of sickened fish, according to a team of Florida scientists who studied the oil's chemical composition.
Researchers collected sand patties and tar balls from seven locations along the Gulf Coast two to four years after the Deepwater Horizon spill.
As could be expected, the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has affected the oil country tubular goods market.
Many people are under the false impression that the oil spill that occurred in April of 2010 was due to a lack of regulations.
As the Gulf of Mexico continues to rebound from the 2010 BP oil spill, a top regulator says cooperation among contractors, the oil industry, and regulators is "critical" to safety.
Crews conduct overflights of controlled burns taking place in the Gulf of Mexico May 19, 2010.
Lafayette attorney Patrick Juneau has administered some of the biggest claims settlements in U.S history.
That was the theory offered by BP's top two supervisors who were onboard the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig on April 20, 2010, to explain why they didn't react with alarm when they saw the results of a critical pressure test used to determine whether the ill-fated Macondo well was properly sealed.
The Black Hole, also known as the Naples Spring, is an offshore natural spring and sinkhole that sits in 65 feet of water at the opening rim and extends down to 225 feet at the cavern bottom.
Workers under contract to BP clean up tar balls washing up on Elmer's Island in January 2011.
Can social and environmental activists make a difference by going to work for a giant energy corporation, like, say, BP? That's the question posed by The ABC News, an Australian news outlet, on Thursday in an interview with Christine Bader, a self-proclaimed "corporate idealist" who has written a book about the decade she spent as a BP employee ... (more)
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