BP Oil Spill Sickness Wrecking Lives Along Gulf

“I have critically high levels of chemicals in my body,” 33-year-old Steven Aguinaga of Hazlehurst, Mississippi told Al Jazeera. “Yesterday I went to see another doctor to get my blood test results and the nurse said she didn’t know how I even got there.” Read more of this post

Toxic Cloud May Be Responsible For Fish And Bird Deaths

It is alarming the number of excuses being given for the animals that have been dropping dead since New Year’s Eve; washing ashore; and falling from the skies. Read more of this post

Illness Plagues Gulf Residents In BP’s Aftermath

Increasing numbers of U.S. Gulf Coast residents attribute ongoing sicknesses to BP’s oil disaster and use of toxic dispersants. Read more of this post

Ecopetrol To Buyout BP Colombian Business

BP has agreed to sell its oil and gas exploration business in Colombia. Read more of this post

BP To Drill Off Coast Of Libya

The oil giant BP will start drilling off the Libyan coast soon, amid intense pressure over the company’s involvement with the Lockerbie case. Read more of this post

Nigeria ‘World Oil Pollution Capital’

15th June 2010

Visitors to the Nigerian village of Kpor, deep in the Niger Delta, are greeted by strange sights: silver frogs blink from gleaming puddles, sunlight bounces from an eerie black lake, and dragonflies hover over cauldrons of tar. Read more of this post

BP Fish Oil Plus (puppet satire)

Created by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, this puppet satire skit feature “Bob” from BP, pitching a new product “PB Fish Oil Plus” made with 100% natural crude oil. Read more of this post

Storm Over Caribbean Of Growing Concern In Oil Spill Efforts

A weather system over the Caribbean Sea is being watched closely by US officials hoping to soon permanently close the ruptured oil well in the Gulf of Mexico. Read more of this post

Abandon Ship! BP ‘accelerating’ Asset Sales (in anticipation of bankruptcy?)

British energy giant BP is speeding up the sale of up to 20 billion dollars (15.5 billion euros) of assets in a bid to boost funds after the Gulf oil spill, the Financial Times reported Friday.

The company is finalising details of the sales, including the disposal of American assets to Apache Corporation worth up to 12 billion dollars, said the paper, citing people close to the situation. Announcements are expected in the next few weeks and an unnamed senior BP figure said the company could “easily” raise 20 billion dollars from the asset sales, according to the report. This is double the amount the oil giant originally said it wanted to sell off when it announced plans to offload assets last month.

BP is seeking to build up a disaster fund of 20 billion dollars to cover the clean-up costs for the disastrous oil spill. The news came as BP said Thursday it had stopped oil flowing into the Gulf for the first time in three months and was beginning key tests hoping to stem the spill for good.

A sale to US oil and gas firm Apache would include a stake in Prudhoe Bay, the largest oil field in North America, according to reports. Apache has done smaller deals with its British rival in the past but acquiring a stake in Prudhoe Bay would be a major coup.

BP also wants to sell some or all of its 60-percent share in Pan American Energy of Argentina, valued at nine billion dollars, said the FT. A deal with Royal Dutch Shell to buy BP’s minority stake in the Mars field in the Gulf of Mexico is also on the cards, added the paper.

The Gulf oil spill, the worst environmental disaster in US history, started on April 20, with an explosion on the BP-leased Deepwater Horizon rig which sank two days later.

It has so far cost the company some 3.5 billion dollars and compensation claims from devastated residents of the region could reach 10 times that.


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‘Super Weapon’ Readying to Avert Escalating Gulf Nightmare?

In a desperate attempt to stop a huge area of the Gulf ocean floor from possibly rupturing due to subterranean methane gas (leading to a calamity no human has ever seen) BP has ripped a page from science fiction books. Read more of this post

BP Oil Spill Costs Reach $3.5 Billion

Oil giant BP said today that the cost of the Gulf of Mexico spill had hit 3.5 billion US dollars (£2.3 billion), but added that its latest efforts to contain the disaster were on track. Read more of this post

Caribbean States Prepare For Oil Spill Effects

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) says it has put measures in place to tackle the effects of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, should some countries become directly affected by it. Read more of this post

US Warships Cause Anger In Costa Rica

Costa Rica has allowed 46 US warships and 7,000 Marines to enter the country despite objection by the opposition parties, which describe the move as “illegal.” Read more of this post

Journalists Seen As Criminals Keep Away Or Else!!!

As CNN is now reporting, the U.S. government has issued a new rule that would make it a felony crime for any journalist, reporter, blogger or photographer to approach any oil cleanup operation, equipment or vessel in the Gulf of Mexico. Read more of this post

Government Insiders: Get Ready for the Gulf “Dead Zone”

Bad news concerning the Gulf oil disaster continues to come from WMR’s federal government sources in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the US Army Corps of Engineers. Read more of this post

True Picture Of Gulf Oil Spill Reveal 80,000 Barrels A Day Inside of 5,000!!!

Mainstream news are now reporting a massive environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico than previously perceived. Read more of this post

Is Gulf Oil Rig Disaster Far Worse Than We’re Being Told?

Reports about the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill have been largely underestimated, according to commentators, including Paul Noel, a Software Engineer for the U.S. Army at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. Read more of this post

Deepwater Gulf Oil Spill: Will BP Take Nuclear Option?

Despite today’s success in plugging one hole, a pipe damaged by the sinking of BP’s Deepwater Horizon rig two weeks ago continues to leak 760,000 litres of oil daily into the Gulf of Mexico from two breaches. Read more of this post

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