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Corporate watchdogs call for ouster of BP CEO   |   September 30, 2013
Corporate watchdogs are pressuring BP to fire CEO Bob Dudley, who they accuse of trying to keep the oil giant from honoring its obligations to the Gulf Coast in the wake of the...

 

The BP spin doctor is in   |   May 8, 2013
By Cherri Foytlin, Bridge the Gulf The last few weeks in the media world have been particularly damaging to BP. Despite their best efforts to muffle the continuing effects of the...

 

BP challenges official estimate of oil spilled in Gulf   |   January 14, 2013
Trying to reduce civil liabilities it faces under the federal Clean Water Act, BP filed a legal motion last week to establish that the number of barrels of oil spilled as a result...

 

Transocean settlement deal a boost for Gulf restoration efforts   |   January 4, 2013
The Swiss corporation that owned the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig that BP was leasing when its Macondo well blew up off the Louisiana coast in April 2010 has pleaded guilty to...

 

Feds slam BP for gross negligence as oil washes up on storm-wracked Gulf beaches   |   September 6, 2012
With weathered oil believed to be from BP's Deepwater Horizon disaster washing up across the Gulf in the wake of Hurricane Isaac and leading to the emergency closure of...

 

BP recognizes health concerns in settlement   |   March 5, 2012
By Brentin Mock, Bridge the Gulf As Midwest and Midsouth communities mourned and regathered from tornados that claimed at least 30 lives and billions in destruction Friday night...

 

VOICES: Considering BP's history of violence   |   February 20, 2012
By Brentin Mock, Bridge the Gulf Earlier this month, U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier decided that in the civil trial against BP for their oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, the...