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July 20 2012

11:36

Piecing the Puzzle Together on Dolphin Deaths

Researchers suggest that several factors -- a cold winter, the gulf oil spill, and an influx of cold freshwater -- could have led to a surge in dolphin deaths in the gulf.

December 14 2011

16:04

Report Seeks Far Tighter Safety System for Oil Drilling

A panel investigating the 2010 gulf oil spill says that safety had not been a focus of the oil industry or its regulators, a problem that became more grave over the years as the complexity of offshore drilling deepened.
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October 26 2011

19:05

BP to Drill Again in the Gulf of Mexico

Federal regulators gave BP a permit to drill a new well in the Gulf of Mexico, the first time the oil company will be allowed to drill there since the Deepwater Horizon disaster in April 2010.
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June 02 2011

18:22

House Panel Faults Administration Spill Response

A Republican committee chairman says the administration appeared more concerned about protecting its own media profile and avoiding responsibility for recovery efforts than protecting gulf jobs and livelihoods.

April 20 2011

17:27

Obama Marks Anniversary of BP Disaster

The Deepwater Horizon drill rig exploded one year ago in the Gulf of Mexico. The resulting oil spill has had lingering consequences.

April 18 2011

16:37

Frustration and Hope as Oil Drilling Regulator Remakes Itself

As the one-year anniversary of the BP oil spill approaches, both the oil industry and its top regulator say that reinventing the agency that oversees offshore drilling will require more time, money and people.

April 04 2011

18:14

On Our Radar: Salazar Slams Transocean Over Bonuses

"In my own view, 2010 was probably the greatest year of pain in terms of oil and gas development in the deep water all across the world, especially in the Gulf of Mexico," the interior secretary says.

March 31 2011

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February 08 2011

15:57

Does a Drilling Boom Beckon?

Ensco's acquisition of Pride International creates a global behemoth, and stock shares of other oil drillers are rising in anticipation of an industrywide consolidation that will enable several companies to invest vast amounts of money in deepwater prospecting.

February 04 2011

12:47

Oil Spill, Redux: Revisiting a Mystery

In the early weeks of the gulf spill, the flow rate -- the single most important piece of information needed in the response effort -- was badly off-base. A researcher has a theory about how federal scientists erred, and the implications are haunting.

February 03 2011

21:30

Oyster Reefs Are Vanishing From Overharvesting

Roughly 85 percent of the world's wild oyster reefs have disappeared over the last century, largely as a result of destructive overharvesting and other manufactured causes, a study finds.

January 26 2011

21:49

Oil Dispersants Lingered in Deep Ocean, Scientists Say

Levels found in the gulf in September -- some five months after the oil spill -- were extremely low, however, and past studies suggest that such concentrations do not pose a significant threat to sea life.

January 19 2011

19:53
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