Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘BP oil spill’

BP Fails to Meet E10 Bio-fuel Quota: Passes the Fail On to Customers

BP Fails to Meet E10 Bio-fuel Quota: Passes the Fail On to Customers

The presence of ethanol/biofuel additives to pump gas percentage of bioethanol in fuelhas been a hotly debated topic in recent months – particularly so for the petroleum giant BP, which is facing down fines in excess of $500 million for having failed to meet its EU sale quota for E10 gasoline. E10, of course, is [...]

We May Never Know The Full Damage Of The Gulf Oil Rig Disaster

We May Never Know The Full Damage Of The Gulf Oil Rig Disaster

In April of 2010, a tragedy struck the world that we continue to be reeling from: the Deep Horizons oil spill located in the Gulf of Mexico. The event was the result of a leak from a British Petroleum (BP) oil rig that experienced a breakdown which caused it to stream oil into the Gulf [...]

BP Oil Spill Creates Opportunity for Environmental Reforms

BP Oil Spill Creates Opportunity for Environmental Reforms

As the BP oil spill is halfway through the its third month questions remain about the aftermath, both short and long term.   At what point will the oil spill be contained?  When will the full extent of the damage be known?   Will off-shore oil drilling have a future?   At the moment the priority is stopping [...]


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