BP Oil Gusher

(Truthout) – Confidential Report Blames BP Executive For Distress at Alyeska Pipeline

Alyeska Pipeline, the BP-led consortium that operates the 800-mile Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS), has implemented deep budget cuts, deferred work on a number of important maintenance and upgrade projects, failed to study how relocating engineers would impact the safe operations and long-term integrity of the pipeline and is led by a chief executive who was described by the company’s five vice presidents as “intimidating,” “demeaning,” “aggressive,” “confrontational,” “unpredictable,” “polarizing,””withering,” “edgy,” “vulgar” and “inappropriate.” Read More Here

(ABCNews) – SEC Probes BP Potential Insider Trading: Sources

U.S. securities regulators are investigating whether people may have illegally profited from trading on nonpublic information at BP Plc in the weeks and months following the disastrous Gulf of Mexico oil spill, two sources familiar with the investigation said on Monday. Read More Here

(4Oil) – Video: BP Oil Spill – URGENT UPDATE! Corexit Operations Still In Progress.

This is proof that they continue to spew this toxic dispersant into the Gulf. Why? Perhaps because there is another fissure spewing oil or because the true intent of this spill was to poison people. We may never know, but when Bob Dudley, CEO of BP says on the MSM that they are scaling back clean up efforts and you see things like this… It makes you wonder… and it makes you ANGRY!!!! Video Link Here

(IPS) – Scientists Deeply Concerned About BP Disaster’s Long-Term Impact

“My prediction is that we will be dealing with the impacts of this spill for several decades to come and it will outlive me,” Dr. Ed Cake, a biological oceanographer, as well as a marine and oyster biologist, told IPS, “I won’t be here to see the recovery.” Read More Here

(RawStory) – BP executive ‘absolutely’ would eat Gulf seafood

BP’s chief operating officer sought to give the southern US fishing industry a much-need boost Sunday, saying he’d “absolutely” eat Gulf of Mexico seafood after the massive oil spill devastated the region. Read More Here

(AP) – Video: Gulf Diversity Threatened Even Before Oil Spill

The oceans around Australia and the Gulf of Mexico boast some of the greatest diversity of sealife on the planet. But even before the oil spill, the Gulf’s waters were threatened, according to the new Census of Marine Life


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