BP Oil Gusher

(Truthout) – Researchers Confirm Subsea Gulf Oil Plumes Are From BP Well

Through a chemical fingerprinting process, University of South Florida researchers have definitively linked clouds of underwater oil in the northern Gulf of Mexico to BP’s runaway Deepwater Horizon well — the first direct scientific link between the subsurface oil clouds commonly known as “plumes” and the BP oil spill, USF officials said Friday. Read More Here

Video: You’ve Killed The Gulf Of Mexico(Music Video) – View Video Here

(Reuters) – BP CEO to walk away with $18 million: report – Read More Here

(FloridaOilSpillLaw) – At least SIX ‘seeps’ found near Rigel methane deposits southwest of BP oil blow-out (PHOTOS) – View More Here

(TampaBay) – Area hotels wonder if claims from BP oil spill will be paid – Read More Here

(FloridaOilSpillLaw) – *JUST IN* Geochemist in Gulf says “When it rains, a lot of junk comes down from the particulate”

Geochemist featured on PBS Newshour reports hydrocarbon remnants raining down near oil disaster

University of California Santa Barbara scientist and marine geochemistry expert Dr. David Valentine participated in a 10-day expedition to research the BP oil disaster. Read More Here

(Reuters) – BP Resuming Oil Spill Work as Storm Fizzles

Ships and workers moved back into BP Plc’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill site on Sunday as seas calmed, and BP could begin pumping mud into the blown-out well later this week in a bid to plug the gusher. Read More Here

(Telegraph) – BP Plans Deep-water Drilling off Libya

‘The plans, reported in the Financial Times, come in the shadow of controversy, as the oil giant faces new scrutiny of its 2007 deal to acquire gas and oil fields off the Libyan coast at a cost of $900 million. At a depth of more than 1700 metres below sea level, the new site in Libya’s Gulf of Sirte will be 200 metres deeper than the Gulf of Mexico well that exploded on April 20, killing 11 oil workers and causing immeasurable environmental damage.

The 2007 agreement has since come under fire from American politicians, after BP revealed that it lobbied the UK government over a prisoner transfer agreement between Britain and Libya.’ Read More Here

(PeoplesVoice) – BP NUCLEAR OPTION Spells Mega-Disaster For Gulf Of Mexico

There has been much speculation lately about a nuclear device being planned for closing in the BP Macondo Well in the Gulf of Mexico. The consequences of exercising this option go well beyond killing the Gulf of Mexico; there would be far-reaching and profound ramifications for the oceans of the world. There are many risks associated with this option that must be considered. Let’s review some of these before BP finishes the relief wells, which are allegedly being utilized for the strategic placement and detonation of a nuclear device.

DEEP OIL WELL DRILLING ALWAYS BRINGS INCREASED LEVEL OF RADIOACTIVITY

The radioactive levels of the hydrocarbon brew that has been flowing for over 90 days into the Gulf is already cause for alarm. The deeper the well, the greater the likelihood that the oil and gas effluent will have greater concentrations of radioactive components, particularly radium, thorium and uranium. Read More Here

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