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Effective monitoring to evaluate ecological restoration in the Gulf of Mexico -- New report

WASHINGTON - To improve and ensure the efficacy of restoration efforts in the Gulf of Mexico following Deepwater Horizon - the largest oil spill in U.S. history - a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine recommends a set of best practices for monitoring and evaluating ecological restoration activities. read more

Effective monitoring to evaluate ecological restoration in the Gulf of Mexico

To improve and ensure the efficacy of restoration efforts in the Gulf of Mexico following Deepwater Horizon -- the largest oil spill in US history -- a new report recommends a set of best practices for monitoring and evaluating ecological restoration activities.

?BP's loss narrows as the 2010 Gulf spill hit fades

It took another $5.2 billion charge for the Deepwater Horizon disaster but says its years of retrenchment are over

Volkswagen To Go From ‘Clean Diesel’ Pusher to ‘Barely Any Diesel’ Brand: CEO

It won’t come as a surprise that Volkswagen’s U.S. arm is eager to put all that happy-go-lucky “clean diesel” stuff behind it. Once the diesel emissions scandal sinks from the headlines like the Deepwater Horizon, the automaker plans...Show More Summary

BP Announces Final Estimate Of Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, But Are They Being Honest?

On July 14 th, oil giant BP announced that they had finally finished their calculations and the final estimate for costs of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill would likely hit $62 billion. This cost includes all of the settlementsShow More Summary

BP Missed The Shale Boom; Here's Its Plan To Catch Up

Distracted by its Deepwater Horizon disaster, BP missed out on the heyday of America’s shale boom. Or did it?

BP Puts Tab for Gulf Disaster at $62 Bln

BP announced today that following significant progress in resolving outstanding claims arising from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon accident and oil spill, it can now

BP Raises Deepwater Horizon Spill Liability to $61.6 Billion

By David Wethe and Rakteem Katakey (Bloomberg) — BP Plc has raised the total liability from the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster, which triggered the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history, by $5.2 billion to $61.6 billion before tax. Show More Summary

BP books $5.2bn more over spill

BP raises the total liability from the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster by $5.2 billion to $61.6 billion before tax. ||| Houston - BP has raised the total liability from the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster, which triggered the worst offshore oil spill in US history, by $5.2 billion to $61.6 billion before tax. Show More Summary

BP’s Total Costs for Deadly Oil Spill Hit $62 Billion

BP’s total costs for the deadly Deepwater Horizon disaster is approaching $62 billion. The oil giant today said it expects a pre-tax non-operating charge associated with the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill of around $5.2 billion, bringing the total bill for the environmental disaster to $61.6 billion. BP said it believes that any further […]

BP's Expenses Related to Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill to Reach $61.6Bln

A total sum of oil and gas giant British Petroleum's (BP) expenses that are connected with the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico are estimated at $61.6 billion, company's press service said in a statement Thursday.

Weathered oil in Gulf of Mexico may threaten development of fish embryos and larvae

The Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil spill, in which nearly three million barrels of crude oil got released in 2010 into the northern Gulf of Mexico, contaminated the spawning habitats for many fishes. A research team has now found that ultraviolet...Show More Summary

Weathered oil in Gulf of Mexico may threaten development of fish embryos and larvae

RIVERSIDE, Calif. - The Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil spill, in which nearly three million barrels of crude oil got released in 2010 into the northern Gulf of Mexico, is the worst oil disaster in US history, contaminating the spawning habitats for many fishes. Show More Summary

Deepwater Horizon’ Pushes for Academy Nod

Add “Deepwater Horizon” to the list of 2016 films based on true events. Mark Wahlberg is teaming up with “Lone Survivor” director Peter Berg again to star in this action-packed story chronicling the devastating aftermath of the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Show More Summary

New 'DEEPWATER HORIZON' Poster Revealed

Summit Entertainment has released a new poster for their upcoming oil rig disaster film DEEPWATER HORIZON, starring Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, John Malkovich, Gina Rodriguez, Dylan O’Brien and Kate Hudson. Peter Berg directed the film...Show More Summary

Exclusive Deepwater Horizon Poster Depicts the Crew’s Darkest Hour

The Peter Berg film stars Mark Wahlberg as real-life hero Mike Williams The post Exclusive Deepwater Horizon Poster Depicts the Crew’s Darkest Hour appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

U.S. offshore regulator to unveil tougher environmental safeguards

CHICAGO (Reuters) - The U.S. government agency created after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill plans in coming weeks to unveil tougher financial requirements for offshore oil producers aimed at protecting taxpayers from the risk of cleaning up abandoned oil rigs, an agency executive told Reuters.

Orlando Shooter Appeared in BP Oil Spill Documentary

Orlando nightclub gunman Omar Mateen cursed and flippantly discussed the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in a clip from a documentary about the Deepwater Horizon disaster that emerged on Wednesday. Mateen was filmed secretly byShow More Summary

Tech File: Fire Boom for the US' Worst Oil Spill

On April 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon mobile offshore drilling platform was destroyed as a result of a catastrophic blowout of the Macondo 252 well in the Gulf of Mexico.

BP to Pay $175 Million to Settle Deepwater Horizon-Related Lawsuit

Oil and gas giant British Petroleum (BP) has agreed to pay $175 million to settle a lawsuit in which investors claim that they were misled about the extent of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, The Wall Street Journal reports.

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