On the two year anniversary TreeHugger takes a look at how well the Gulf ecosystem is recovering, where BP's civil damages stand, and at some shocking evidence that BP hid the true cause of a similar accident from Congress.
A mixed bag in energy headlines this morning: Renewables education for the next generation, doctors want a fracking moratorium on health grounds, oil refiners fined for not blending in cellulosic ethanol, more...
Hey everyone, remember the BP spill? Me neither. Well, a key federal report on whatever it was came out today, and it places blame for the disaster exactly where you'd expect: Most is reserved for BP, whose shoddy
Reports continue to emerge about another oil leak in the same field that the Deepwater Horizon was tapping when it caught fire and ultimately led to the largest oil spill in US history. Examiner.com has some aerial footage, taken by On Wings of Care,
Many of us sounded the alarm as soon as we learned of BP's plans to dump huge quantities of the chemical dispersant Corexit into the Gulf in an attempt to break up the oil slick. Experts were concerned, seeing as