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Trump administration facing lawsuit for allowing fracking companies to dump waste in Gulf of Mexico

Donald Trump's administration is facing a lawsuit for permitting oil companies to dump fracking waste into the Gulf of Mexico. The Centre for Biological Diversity (CBD) filed a formal notice of intent against the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), arguing the practice endangers sea turtles, whales and other marine life. Show More Summary

America’s Next Crude Export Boom May Start at this Floating Buoy Offshore Louisiana

By Sheela Tobben (Bloomberg) — A 1,000-foot ship will likely pull up to a buoy floating in the Gulf of Mexico next year, hook up its hoses and usher the U.S. into a new era as a major oil exporter. The Louisiana Offshore Oil Port, which...Show More Summary

BSEE: Worker Killed Aboard Petrobras 10000 Drillship in U.S. Gulf of Mexico

A drillship worker was killed last week in an accident on the rig floor of a Petrobras-contracted drillship in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico about 172 miles south of Port Fourchon, Louisiana, the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) has confirmed. Show More Summary

Where to Find the Best Oyster Happy Hours in New Orleans

Cheap enough to order another dozen Each season is a fine time to enjoy Gulf oysters, but fall means that they are inching towards their prime. With a majority of the nation’s oysters harvested from the Gulf of Mexico, oysters are more than just a food in south Louisiana but a way of life and a matter of civic pride. Show More Summary

In a Year of Extreme Weather, Diesel and Gas Microgrids Keep the Lights On

Reliability and resilience became buzz words this year following three successive hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico and the Southeastern United States, and the release of the Department of Energy’s high-profile grid study that named reliability...Show More Summary

Blue Jays to honour former pitcher Roy Halladay in ceremony at 2018 home opener

Halladay died Nov. 7 at age 40 when the private plane he was piloting crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida.

WE WON’T HAVE TO SAIL SO FAR TO SINK THEM: Iran Deploying Warships to Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico

WE WON’T HAVE TO SAIL SO FAR TO SINK THEM: Iran Deploying Warships to Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico.

New Cold War? Iran Sends Warships to Gulf of Mexico

Iranian warships are set to leave the waters of the Persian Gulf to sail across the world and tour another gulf—the one that lies between the U.S. and Mexico. At a time when Iran is looking to expand and modernize its military in the face of what is seen as a growing U.S. threat, its […]

An energy bill that's bad for marine mammals and most everything else on the planet

For decades, environmental activists in California have battled to keep the oil and gas industries from turning the state’s coastline into a West Coast version of the Gulf of Mexico oil fields. Their allies in Congress and, occasionally, the White House have helped their cause by placing (temporary)...

New Cold War? Iran Sends Warships to Gulf of Mexico

Iran is looking to project its military power and establish ties abroad at a time when the U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia have tried to isolate it.

Gulf of Mexico Oil Companies Talos and Stone Energy Planning $2.5 Billion Merger

NEW YORK, Nov 21 (Reuters) – Talos Energy LLC and Stone Energy Corp, two U.S. exploration and production companies focused on the Gulf of Mexico, announced on Tuesday plans to merge and create a new company valued around $2.5 billion including debt, sending Stone’s shares down nearly 13 percent. Show More Summary

NTSB report details dangerous maneuvers by Roy Halladay before deadly crash

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Roy Halladay skimmed the Gulf of Mexico and flew his aircraft within 75 feet of beach-adjacent homes before his crash earlier this month, according to a preliminary report released Monday by the National Transportation Safety Board. The agency did not provide a specific cause of the fatal incident that occurred earlier this month, but it used data […]

BSEE Director: Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Critical to U.S. Energy Dominance

drilling rig " data-medium-file="http://gcaptain.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/14991553180_3f8f61644b_k-2-300x199.jpg" data-large-file="http://gcaptain.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/14991553180_3f8f61644b_k-2-800x531.jpg" />Oil and gas production from deepwater projects in the U.S. Show More Summary

Zetas-Gulf Cartel fight continues in northeast

Reprinted from InSight Crime The ongoing decline of the Gulf Cartel and the Zetas has left northeastern Mexico without a single dominant criminal force. But the crime groups’ longstanding rivalry has continued to see FULL STORY The post Zetas-Gulf Cartel fight continues in northeast appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Roy Halladay Shows Why Leaders Matter

There’s a lot to be written about the on-the-field legacy of Blue Jays and Phillies pitching ace Roy Halladay, who died last week at age 40 when he crashed his plane into the Gulf of Mexico. Halladay should and will go into the HallShow More Summary

Roy Halladay’s family releases ‘heartbroken’ statement, announces a celebration of his life in Florida

The former Major League pitcher died suddenly earlier in the week. In the wake of Roy Halladay’s sudden passing earlier this week at 40 years old, when his plane went down in shallow water in the Gulf of Mexico, memories have been pouring...Show More Summary

Radio Host Goes Off on Baseball Star Roy Halladay One Day After His Death — With Some Unkind Words for Dale Earnhardt, Too

A radio host shocked some of his listeners with a tirade targeting former big league pitcher Roy Halladay one day after the baseball star died in a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico. Autoweek reports that the rant by...

Efforts to capture, save Mexico's endangered porpoise end

Experts say they have suspended effort to capture the few remaining vaquita porpoises in Mexico's Gulf of California after the one they managed to catch died quickly in captivity.

Shell’s Enchilada Platform Evacuated Due to Fire

A Shell platform in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico had to be evacuated early Wednesday morning after a fire broke out on board. Coast Guard Sector New Orleans watchstanders received a report at 1:20 a.m. that Shell’s Enchilada platform was on fire approximately 112 nautical miles south of Vermilion Bay, Louisiana. Show More Summary

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