Archive for the ‘Oil Spills’ Category

Greenland’s ban underscores Scout’s potential

Scout Exploration Inc. www.scoutexploration.com Greenland’s ban underscores Scout’s potential   April 24, 2013                                                                     […]

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Scout rapid response system addresses growing oil spill concerns

Scout Exploration Inc. www.scoutexploration.com Scout rapid response system addresses growing oil spill concerns   April 22, 2013                                                              […]

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Scout Exploration Acquires Oil Spill Technology

Scout Exploration Inc. 609 475 Howe St. Vancouver, BC V6C 2B3 www.scoutexploration.com SCXN – OTCBB Scout Exploration Acquires Oil Spill Technology Feb 5, 2013 Scout Exploration Inc. (SCXN) has acquired the rights to an airborne, oil spill response system currently under development at IDS Offshore Inc., of […]

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BP oil spill cleanup toxic to key species

Using oil-dispersing chemicals during the massive 2010 spill in the Gulf of Mexico likely did far more damage than good to a crucial aquatic animal, according to new research that wades into the hotly contested question of whether and when to use the chemicals following an oil […]

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Billions Add Up in BP oil spill settlment

http://www.nola.com/business/index.ssf/2012/11/thousands_of_opt-outs_not_expe.html

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Billions at Stake on a Single Spill

Nigerian regulators have told parliament that Royal Dutch Shell should be fined $5bn (£3.2bn) for environmental damage caused by an oil spill at its offshore Bonga field, one of the biggest in the history of Africa’s largest energy industry. More here…

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Shell Spending Billions in the Arctic

http://www.shell.com/home/content/future_energy/meeting_demand/arctic/

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Tanker Grounded in New York (Video)

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/news-video/video-grounded-tanker-attracts-curious-in-new-york/article4789287/

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Offshore oil worth $9.6B to B.C. says Fraser Institute Benefits of drilling Hecate Strait reserves outweigh risks says report A high-profile conservative think tank says B.C. could make billions of dollars if the ban on oil exploration off the province’s coast was lifted. The Fraser institute issued […]

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Producers Face Growing Protests

On October 22, 2012 thousands of people gathered on the legislature lawn to protest two proposed pipelines carrying oil across B.C. from Alberta. “Our government is not standing behind us the people that, we here, are saying ‘no more’,” Chief Ruben George of the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation […]

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