BP oil scandal continues


This video from the USA is called Louisiana residents and fishermen denounce oil spill response.

The volume of oil spilled from BP’s collapsed Deepwater Horizon oil rig is likely at least ten times greater than the estimates promoted by BP and the Obama administration, independent scientific analysis has revealed: here.

See also here.

Giant Plumes of Oil Found Forming Under Gulf of Mexico: here.

BP stonewalls as massive plumes of oil discovered under Gulf: here.

A research vessel in the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday discovered up to four underwater “plumes” of oil trailing from the BP disaster, strengthening claims that the spill is leaking far more oil than reported by the government: here.

Oil spills: what to do when all else fails: here.

Top GOP senators say: In BP we trust: here.

United States: Oil giants linked to interior department: here.

Chevron’s “Crude” Attempt to Suppress Free Speech: Bill Moyers and Michael Winship: here.

An Oil Spill Grows in Brooklyn: here.

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    Obama’s Crude Awakening: Offshore Oil Drilling Is Ecologically Devastating and Must End

    By ClimateArk Climate Change Portal http://www.climateark.org/ – a project of Ecological Internet
    May 15, 2010

    U.S. oil addiction is killing American and global ecology. An international wake-up call must be delivered to both the administration and Congress, to focus more effort upon reducing the demand for oil. The risks and costs of offshore oil exploration far outweigh their benefits, and the U.S. would be better off focusing upon promoting alternative energy sources. Will virtually every remaining intact ecosystem be razed to access every last bit of oil before we transition to lower energy use, a low carbon economy and renewable energy?

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    New estimates are the Gulf Oil Spill is leaking at least 10 times the amount of oil as previous estimates of 5,000 barrels (210,000 gallons, or 795,000 liters) a day, meaning the ongoing spill already far exceeds the Exxon Valdez accident. BP has shown it lacks the necessary capacity to handle the spill, as capping the leak has taken too long, and the cleanup will be massive. Given the extent of the ongoing spill, and the potential for the spill to spread more widely during the hurricane season, the federal government must immediately nationalize the spill response and take the lead in capping the leak and containing the spill.

    The Gulf Oil Spill is a clarion call to implement comprehensive climate and energy policies that address U.S. oil addiction. The first step is to ensure offshore drilling does not accelerate. Obama and his top deputies have yet to talk about reducing the nation’s dependence on fossil fuels in connection with the oil spill. The underlying cause of this disaster is our dangerous and dirty addiction to oil. This addiction is killing American and global ecology. An international wake-up call must be delivered to both the administration and Congress, to focus more effort upon reducing the demand for oil, and end offshore oil drilling.

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