Monthly Archives: January 2011

SOS May Explain Five SERIOUS Unanswered Gulf Oil Spill Questions – We Do Not Know?

SOS Line of Inquiry Requires Input from the Best and the Brightest Among Us The Gulf Oil Spill Remediation Conference (GOSRC) has been ongoing for over 9 months now. We have received oil spill remediation proposals, implementation plans, and mitigation … Continue reading

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Awesome Global Oil Briefing by Dr Steffen Bukold

Offshore Oil Drilling: Public Costs and Risks are Too High An EnergyComment Policy Paper by Dr Steffen Bukold, Director 1. Introduction As the 20 April 2010 blowout at the Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico (Deepwater Horizon) illustrated, with … Continue reading

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NORPA Environmental Investigator Alerts MMS To Dangers Of Outer Continental Shelf Drilling

An Open Letter to the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry, Especially BP From: Dan Zimmerman Environmental Investigator Northcoast Ocean and River Protection Association (NORPA) PO Box 1000 Trinidad, CA 95575 To: Ms. Renee Orr Chief, Leasing Division Minerals Management Service, … Continue reading

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“Geology beneath the seafloor is so fractured, with soft and unstable salt formations, that we may never be able to fully kill the well.”

OilLeaks says:  The Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico has truly taken on a life of its own.  To date all insider accounts, whistleblower filings, and reports from deep contacts in the Oil & Gas Industry have borne out … Continue reading

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Lawsuit Begins: BP’s Texas Refinery Released 530,000 Pounds of Chemicals, Including 17,000 lbs. of Benzene

Read press release at GALVESTON COUNTY: The Daily News BP case starts to take shape By T.J. Aulds The Daily News Published January 23, 2011TEXAS CITY — About 20 attorneys crowded a Galveston County courtroom to set rules for a lawsuit … Continue reading

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“BP Accused by Lawyers of Breaking Racketeering Law in Spill”

Bloomberg BP Accused by Lawyers of Breaking Racketeering Law in Spill January 25, 2011, 12:05 AM EST MORE FROM BUSINESSWEEK By Laurel Brubaker Calkins and Allen M. Johnson Jr. Jan. 25 (Bloomberg) — BP Plc was accused by lawyers for … Continue reading

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BP – THE SPILLER by Dr. Thomas B. Manton

BP – The Spiller (Article #4 in a series of 5) On Memorial Day we drove out of Venice, Louisiana. The first landmark we saw was FORT JACKSON – named after Major General Andrew Jackson and built in 1822 just … Continue reading

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