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Scientists seek truth on BP impact on Gulf

The St. Pete Times covered a meeting at the University of Central Florida on how scientists across the Gulf region are trying to determine the…

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BP loves tourism stories

BP wants to show how the its oil disaster hasn’t hurt the Gulf Coast. Note there are no negative articles.0 Press Release: As part of…

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Don’t cry for BP

Moex Offshore, one of BP’s partners in the oil well (part of Japan’s Mitsui) that leaked into the Gulf of Mexico last year, has agreed…

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BP told to break up

The Guardian reports that BP chief executive Bob Dudley has been warned that he must break up his huge oil business into three separate parts…

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Haliburton Engineer refuses to testify

Bloomberg is reporting that Jesse Gagliano, a technical adviser who was Halliburton’s cementing engineer on the Deepwater Horizon rig, evoked the Fifth Amendment when he…

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Escambia Co. governments lead state in BP claims paid

As of May 12, the local governments and agencies in Escambia County have been paid more in BP claims than any other county in Florida:…

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Conflicting reports on Gulf fish

Mobile Press Register reports” Despite the reports of diseased fish that are circulating among some commercial anglers and within scientific circles, Alabama researchers fishing within…

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BP has private meeting with city and county officials

According to Escambia County Attorney Alison Rogers, the meeting was to be private so that BP and officials could confidentially talk about outstanding claims regarding…

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BP asks judge to dismiss investors’ claims

Bloomberg: BP asked a judge to throw out investor claims that management downplayed safety risks before and after its Macondo oil well blew out in…

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