With BP’s one-year anniversary of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster nearly upon us, that can only mean one thing. The time is …
Gulf of Mexico
The former BP CEO watched his credibility burn alongside the Deepwater Horizon, as his leadership flagged in the face of an unprecedented environmental disaster.
NewsFeed is hardly an expert, but when the amount of dead fish floating in a river makes it look like a gravel road, there might be a problem.
“Has it hit the sweet spot? Yes. Was it by design? Partly,”
— STEVE MURAWSKI, Senior Scientist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, on the chemical dispersant used by BP to break up the Gulf of Mexico oil …
After an oil and gas production platform in the Gulf of Mexico caught fire Thursday, media outlets (including us) were quick to jump to conclusions. If you were watching cable news at the time, you would have thought it was the …
With a rubber stamp of disapproval in the Gulf of Mexico, the oil company is reportedly having difficulty convincing other countries to partake in an offshore handshake.
Forget the ‘static kill.’ A new study shows that bacteria, not brains, are helping accelerate the oil spill recovery.
For weeks, there’s been talk about BP finally completing the relief well at the bottom of the ocean. But now there’s news that the final stages of the relief effort may not happen until September. So why the multi-month delay? …
Maybe the biggest lesson to be learned from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is that things like these almost always have an anti-climactic ending.
According to federal scientists, the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is the largest accidental release of oil into marine waters.
Starting as early as tonight, engineers are planning a two-part strategy that could plug the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, once and for all.
Michigan and the Gulf Coast don’t have much in common — except a battle against oil-infused waters.