As we all know, the BP oil spill in 2010 was good for absolutely nobody. This slick substance now sits on the surface of the scene of the crime.
Category : Oil spill
Oil spills are considered one of the major forms of pollution, which clearly says a lot about their effect on the environment, particularly on marine life. Oil tankers can spill crude oil, while vessels, vehicles and pipelines can release liquid…
Despite being a naturally occurring substance, oil spills can pose significant threats to environmental and socioeconomic resources.
Wind-Driven Surface Currents – The Death Knell for Conventional Oil Booms
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By teaming up a DESMI Speed-Sweep boom and a suitable in-line skimmer (DESMI Ro-Skim or DESMI Octopus Inline Skimmer) in one product, Ro-Vane completely eliminates the need for a second clean-up vessel.
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The latest addition to ELASTEC’S arsenal of oil spill response equipment is the 1.5 meter ELASTEC BoomVane™.
The Supreme Court rejected BP’s attempt at appealing its own settlement with businesses and individuals that lost money due to the massive 2010 oil spill.
Oil tanker, carrying 200,000 tons of crude oil collided with a Maltese freightship, causing oiled wildlife crisis.
A campaign launched by ReThink Marketing seeks to demonstrate the aftermath of an oil slick.
An estimated 80,000 to 620,000 barrels of oil still coating the bottom of the Gulf after the massive oil spill 4 years ago.
Having been found grossly negligent” for its role in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP is currently seeking to appeal the verdict.
The request for appeal of last month’s verdict which was filed by the oil giant in an attempt to exculpate itself from liabilities in the amount of approximately $18bn (£11.1bn).