July 26, 2013
by MoreRecycling
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BP Oil Spill Update: Halliburton pleads guilty to destroying evidence, Transocean must turn over docs

On Thursday, Halliburton plead guilty to destroying evidence related to the BP oil spill. Meanwhile, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ordered Transocean to turn over subpoenaed documents. Continue reading

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November 2, 2010
by Peter Lehner
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BP and Halliburton Cut Corners, but Our Oil Addiction Doesn’t Help

In the past several days, investigators have issued new findings about what led to the BP oil disaster. These accounts of risky gambles and bad decisions shine a spotlight on something most of us rarely see: the gritty details of what it takes to provi… Continue reading

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September 27, 2010
by Eric Young
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Gulf Coast Disaster – Monday, September 27

Highlights in this issue- Feinberg promises bigger, faster payments- BP wants own estimate of oil spill- NOAA launches mission to solve BP oil mystery- BP gives excuses for its own flawed spill investigation- Does anyone envy BP CEO Bob Dudley?- Did cr… Continue reading

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September 8, 2010
by Eric Young
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Gulf Coast Disaster – Wednesday, September 8

Day 142Highlights in this issue- BP report points finger at own employees, other firms- Transocean slams BP’s report- Is BP’s $10 million enough to study ill health effects from spill?- Chevron exec urges end to oil moratorium- Feinberg ack… Continue reading

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