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Crewboat Sinks in Gulf of Mexico After Alliding With Halliburton Liftboat [INCIDENT PHOTOS]

13 hours agoVehicles / Watercraft : gCaptain

The crewboat Diamond Edge, owned by Jewel Marine allided with the Halliburton-owned liftboat B.W. Haley this week off Freshwater Bayou in the Gulf of Mexico.  The incident has left the vessel [...] The post Crewboat Sinks in Gulf of Mexico After Alliding With Halliburton Liftboat [INCIDENT PHOTOS] appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

The People Behind the Places: A budding traveler and photographer

14 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Amber Larks, a West Hills resident who attends college in Washington, describes a recent trip to the Gulf of California and Mexico with her grandparents as one of her most memorable trips. The islands she saw on her two-week sailing adventure were unlike anything she had seen before, she said.

Oil Majors Balk At Mexican Offshore Proposals

The Mexican government has unveiled much-anticipated offers for offshore acreage in the Gulf of Mexico for oil exploration.

Florida surfcasters land great white shark on Gulf beach

Florida anglers are thought to have become the first to capture a great white shark while surfcasting in the Gulf of Mexico.

Gulf of Mexico Oil Production on the Rise

Because of the long timelines associated with Gulf of Mexico (GOM) projects, the recent downturn in oil prices is expected to have minimal direct impact on GOM crude oil production through 2016.

Florida beach angler lands 10-foot great white shark

By Pete Thomas/GrindTv A great white shark landed Sunday near Panama City, Florida, might be the first white shark caught from the beach in the Gulf of Mexico. The juvenile white shark, measuring almost 10 feet, was caught by Derrick Keeny of a club called Dark Side Sharkers. Show More Summary

LTE Deployment Launched in the Gulf of Mexico

Industrial LTE wireless broadband services provider Infrastructure Networks, Inc. (INET) is deploying a pilot LTE system in the Gulf of Mexico.   INET said

Aerial photos of the oil slick

James Duncan Davidson, TED’s conference photographer, is among a crew of five photographers and videographers reporting on the Gulf of Mexico for the TEDxOilSpill Expedition. His photos, taken aboard a plane above the Deepwater Horizon accident site, reveal the staggering extent of the oil slick. See the full photo set >> Burning oil on the [ … ]

TEDx organizers tackle the Gulf oil spill

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico may already be the worst environmental disaster the United States has ever faced — and with the severed riser pipe at the ocean floor still gushing tens of thousands of barrels of oil a day, it’s undoubtedly one whose effects will carry forward for many [ … ]

In Overturning Conviction, Supreme Court Says Fish Are Not Always Tangible

The Supreme Court decided that grouper thrown back into the Gulf of Mexico did not meet the definition of a tangible object specified in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

US oyster, clam farms face economic blow from acidification: study

OSLO (Reuters) – U.S. shellfish producers in the Northeast and the Gulf of Mexico will be most vulnerable to an acidification of the oceans linked to climate change that makes it harder for clams and oysters to build shells, a study said on Monday. The report said the two regions would be more at risk […]

WATCH: Life Aboard Chevron’s Jack St. Malo Platform in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico

Check out this video showing what life is like aboard the Jack/St. Malo platform in the deepwater U.S. Gulf of Mexico. The post WATCH: Life Aboard Chevron’s Jack St. Malo Platform in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

Presidential Hubris

From an environmental perspective, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is selling his state down the river, or more aptly into the Gulf of Mexico. It is a betrayal rooted in his determination to help protect the bottom line of his benefactor--the...Show More Summary

BP appeals U.S. judge's ruling on size of Gulf oil spill

NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - BP Plc on Monday appealed a federal judge's finding of the size of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, which leaves the company potentially liable to pay $13.7 billion in fines. In January, U.S. District JudgeShow More Summary

Freshwater Is Pouring Out Of Alaska Faster Than The Mississippi River

last weekGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Scientists have verified that the rate of freshwater being released into the Gulf of Alaska is approximately 1.5 times the amount being dumped into the Gulf of Mexico each year. Disturbingly, half of this water is coming from the melting of glaciers and snow. Read more...

Study: Ocean Acidification Threatens Shellfish Production

U.S. shellfish producers in the Northeast and the Gulf of Mexico will be most vulnerable to an acidification of the oceans linked to climate change that makes it

Melting glaciers mean more freshwater flows into the gulf of Alaska than the output of the Mississippi River

Satellite data has confirmed that the amount of freshwater released into the Gulf of Alaska from streams and rivers in Alaska and northern Canada is about 1.5 times what the Mississippi River dumps into the Gulf of Mexico each year. That astounding flow of water is from rainfalls that soak Southeast Alaska and the south side of the Alaska Range. Show More Summary

Wine & Weather: Arizona Style

Monsoon rains and desert warmth make great wine in Arizona. Yes, heavy rains can be common for early July to August. This Southwest Monsoon brings in warm humid air from the Gulf of Mexico and close to half of the annual rainfall for Arizona.

BP Bid to Cut Gulf Spill fine Denied

A U.S. judge on Thursday rejected BP Plc's attempt to reduce the maximum civil fine it could face for its role in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, leaving it potentially liable to pay $13.

Transocean CEO's exit linked to lack of vision in tough market

By Terry Wade and Anna Driver HOUSTON (Reuters) - Barely two months into his new job as the head of the world's largest offshore driller, Steven Newman was steering Transocean through the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, quickly earning a reputation as a CEO with a steady hand. Show More Summary

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