Posted in BP Disaster Escambia County

Outtakes #5: How Do You Like Us Now

Last year, Escambia County Commissioner Wilson Robertson blasted the local media declaring we were the worst enemy of the county. Most of his ire was…

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Posted in BP Disaster News

Cleanup crews picked up 4.6 million lbs. of BP oil and tar balls this year

Gulf Coast Cleanup In Numbers 4.6 million pounds — oily material collected from Gulf Coast shoreline in 2013 106,465 tons — total oily material collected…

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Posted in BP Disaster Environment

Hatchery one step closer to reality

Florida Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Herschel Vinyard announced yesterday in Panama City that several Florida Panhandle counties are slated for about $90 million worth…

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Posted in BP Disaster Business

No fraud at BP claim center in Mobile, Ala.

BP charged last month that it had evidence of fraud at the claims office in Mobile, Ala. David Welker, a former FBI supervisor hired by…

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Posted in BP Disaster Environment

RESTORE meeting theme: environmental and economic sustainability

By Jessica Forbes During Monday’s meeting of the Escambia County RESTORE Act Advisory Committee, the committee heard from three experts in cultural and environmental specialties…

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Posted in BP Disaster Entertainment News

Australian version of 60 Minutes looks at the health catastrophe caused by BP using dispersants in 2010 (Video)

In the summer of 2010, BP used Corexit oil dispersants to make the catastrophe look less severe, but little was known at the time about…

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Posted in BP Disaster News Protests

The Endless List of BP Crimes (VIDEO)

Last weekend, I did an interview for Ring of Fire on the BP spin machine. The corporate-controlled media has let BP off the hook, not…

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Posted in BP Disaster Environment Protests

BP fraud toll-free number hijacked

The fraud hotline that BP has been advertising in the Pensacola News Journal and other daily newspapers along the Gulf Coast has been hijacked by…

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Posted in BP Disaster Business Environment

BP CEO wants to get back to business as usual. Not so fast, Dudley

BP CEO Robert Dudley laments what he sees as public hatred for oil companies in the United States and claims other nations love the oil…

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