Gulf Oil stories:
Aug 10th, 2010 – MSNBC
washington – now that bp plc’s ruptured oil well has been cut off with concrete, the focus will turn to restoring the u.s. gulf coast and the mountain of legal issues the company will face. here are some of the liabilities bp may face.
* the justice
Aug 5th, 2010 – redOrbit
bp has received the all-clear to begin pumping cement into the damaged gulf of mexico oil well that has been leaking crude into the region’s waters for more than 100 days, according to various media reports published on tuesday.
according to the afp
Aug 5th, 2010 – New York Times
scientists are raising concerns about a new federal report that says most of the oil from the gulf of mexico spill has been dispersed or contained.
the report (pdf) released yesterday attempts to clear up a mystery surrounding the fate
Aug 5th, 2010 – CNN
new orleans, louisiana (cnn) — bp began pouring cement into its undersea well in the gulf of mexico at 9:15 a.m. as part of the “static kill” procedure to permanently seal it, the company said thursday.
retired coast guard adm. thad allen
Aug 4th, 2010 – USA Today
new orleans – long after the cleanup crews and bp paychecks are gone, gulf coast fishermen will be dealing with dead oysters and a perception problem.
salt marshes will struggle to regrow grasses raked by oil and digest stray pools of crude