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Oil Giant Hedging Its Oil Slick Bets
Oil Giant Hedging Its Oil Slick Bets

Oil giant BP is already shifting emphasis on staving off disaster by reportedly pushing commercial fishermen to sign settlement agreements capping any claims against the oil giant at $5,000. Last week, the Alabama attorney general reportedly ordered BP to stop distributing ...

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Blog posts in Oil Spills

  • Offshore Drilling Affected By Gulf Coast Oil Spill

    As the BP oil spill moves onto the shore of the Gulf Coast, it's clear that there is one victim bigger than all the rest: new drilling operators. With ...

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  • Five State Attorneys General Ask for Federal Help with Spill Damage Assessments

    Top Attorneys from Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana and Texas reportedly sent a letter Thursday to the president and Attorney General Eric ...

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  • BP Pledges To Pay Full Cost of Cleanup

    BP has publicly pledged to pay for the cleanup of the oil spill that's still pumping some 200,000 gallons a day into the Gulf of Mexico, just south of ...

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  • SBA Offers Loans to Gulf Coast Spill Victims

    Low-interest economic injury loans have reportedly been made available to small firms via the Small Business Administration for Louisiana coast ...

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  • Few Options Available to Slick Victims

    Volunteers and rescue crews are finding that remedies for oil spill cleanup are limited, but one simple household product seems to be helping. The ...

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  • Bad Weather Threatens to Hasten Oil Flow and Hamper Collection Efforts

    Although National Weather Service reports predicted strong winds, high tides and high waves through Sunday that might delay the arrival of the bulk of ...

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  • First Oil Washes Up In Louisiana

    The first known patch of oil washed up on Freemason Island, in the Chandeleur Islands chain off Louisiana's St. Bernard Parish, Coast Guard officials ...

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  • First Spill Lawsuits Filed

    Louisiana and Alabama shrimpers have filed several class-action lawsuits against BP as owners of the drilling platform that exploded in the Gulf of ...

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  • Gulf Coast Oil Spill Could Have Lasting Consequences

    With reports of globs of what appears to be roofing tar washing up on the Chandeleur Islands off Louisiana, fresh questions about the actual cost - of ...

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