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Aegean Marine Begins Gulf of Mexico Operations

Aegean Marine to commence operations in the Gulf of Mexico; assumes charter agreements for two vessels. Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc. will commence immediate

GOP Denialism to Sink Capital: 150 Tidal Floods a Year for Washington DC by 2045

Link TV | — “The eastern coast of the United States– from the Gulf of Mexico to New England — has one of the highest rates of sea level rise in the…

Day Before Tornado, Wily Songbirds Knew

Days after five tiny golden-winged warblers finished their seasonal migration, flying 3,100 miles from Colombia to Tennessee, they vacated their new home to travel 400 miles south to the Gulf of Mexico. Some 24 hours later, on April 27, 2014, at least 84 tornadoes left a path of death...

Sea boundary talks between US, Mexico, Cuba could take years

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Joint talks among the United States, Cuba and Mexico to fix the maritime boundaries of the three countries in the Gulf of Mexico are likely to be complex and stretch beyond 2018, a senior Mexican official said on Wednesday. The United States said earlier in the day the nations would begin...

Massive Mako Shark Caught In Gulf Of Mexico

A huge mako shark was caught in the Gulf of Mexico after an hour long fight last week, and the animal weighed in at over 500 pounds, large enough to rank fourth in Louisiana’s record books. A group of men from North Dakota set out on a charter with Captain Kevin Beach from Venice, Louisiana, Massive Mako Shark Caught In Gulf Of Mexico is an article from: The Inquisitr News

18K Tons of Concrete Head for Bottom of Gulf of Mexico

Workers are about to pour 18,000 tons of concrete into the Gulf of Mexico—for a good reason. Hurricanes and changing currents have destroyed the reef system in Gulf waters around Florida's Collier County, according to the Community Foundation of Collier County, so the county, along with the cities...

World’s rarest cetacean could be extinct by 2018 due to illegal gillnetting

The vaquita is the rarest, smallest and most endangered cetacean in the world. It's estimated that fewer than 100 of the small porpoises remain in their wild habitat in Mexico's northern Gulf of California. To make matters worse, a surge in illegal gillnetting

Technip Closes Sale Of U.S. Diving Assets

Technip announced today that as of 5 December, the Paris-based company has completed the previously announced sale of its diving Assets in the US Gulf of Mexico to Ranger Offshore [...] The post Technip Closes Sale Of U.S. Diving Assets appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

Breeding Protections for Giant Bluefin Tuna

This post was co-authored with Elizabeth Brown. Starting January 1, fishing within two bluefin tuna breeding hotspots in the Gulf of Mexico with a particularly destructive kind of fishing gear during their peak breeding months (April-May) will be prohibited by federal rule. Show More Summary

Coast Guard searches for sailor who fell into Gulf

The U.S. Coast Guard has joined the crew of a Chinese freighter in the search for a crew member who fell into the Gulf of Mexico.

BP Hit With Another Loss After US Supreme Court Rejects Oil Spill Appeal

The US Supreme Court refused oil giant BP’s challenge to a settlement deal to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to business damaged by the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. BP argued that the losses claimed by the businesses after the...Show More Summary

Dolphin cruelly shot with hunting arrow and left for dead in Gulf of Mexico

A dead dolphin has washed up on the shores of Orange Beach, Alabama after being fatally shot with a hunting arrow. The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports that the dolphin appears to have survived for around five days before

Who are the sick bastards violently killing dolphins in the Northern Gulf of Mexico?

2 weeks agoOdd : Boing Boing

Dolphin found washed up on Orange Beach after being shot by an arrow is the second dolphin to be killed violently by humans in the past two weeks. Photo: NOAA. Federal agents are hoping you can help them investigate the deaths of two dolphins violently killed by humans in the Northern Gulf of Mexico in the past two weeks. Read the rest

Saving Louisiana

Louisiana is disappearing. Every year, land mass equal to the size of Manhattan is lost--simply washed out to sea off the continental shelf in the Gulf of Mexico. Louisiana's crisis is out of sight and out of mind. When Katrina roared...Show More Summary

BP loses Supreme Court appeal to reduce Gulf Spill payments

BP has been busy scrambling to limit the amount of money it must pay out as a result of the 2010 disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, but yesterday the gas and oil giant had a serious set back. The US Supreme Court denied BP’s challenge to the multibillion dollar

“Sock it, to me?”

You can be sure, they have not yet begun to litigate. The US Supreme Court has rejected oil giant BP’s legal challenge to a compensation deal over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. It means BP will have to make the payments that stem from the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. BP [...]

The Supreme Court ends BP's campaign to kill its own gulf oil spill deal

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

For almost a year, we've been chronicling BP's efforts to undercut a damage settlement deal its own lawyers helped craft for victims of its record-setting 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico

Supreme Court rejects BP challenge to Gulf spill settlement

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected BP’s challenge to its multibillion-dollar settlement agreement over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, which the oil giant complained has allowed payouts to some businesses that are unable to trace their losses to the disaster. The court’s...

U.S. Supreme Court rejects BP challenge to Gulf spill settlement

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected BP'sattempt to halt payouts to certain businesses that say they are owed money because of losses stemming from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. The court’s refusal to...Show More Summary

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