As the fourth anniversary of BP’s devastating Deepwater Horizon spill nears, new research reveals that many species of wildlife are still struggling to recover.
Crude by Rail Spills Increased 10 Times from 2008-2013
An analysis of oil spilled in the transportation process by Oil Change International using data from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration Office reveals that the number of spills from crude by rail increased by almost 10 times from 2008-2013.
Exxon Valdez: 25 Years on, the “Dead Zone” Remains
Today is the 25th Anniversary of the Exxon Valdez disaster and although a quarter of a century has passed since the disaster, its effects are still being felt today.
Shell’s Guilty Silence
Yesterday was the eighteen anniversary of the murder of Ken Saro-Wiwa. The charismatic, pipe-smoking activist was murdered by the brutal military junta for his campaign against Shell in the Niger Delta.
Colorado Floods ‘Completely Overwhelm’ Oil Inspectors
Oil and gas inspectors are said to be “completely overwhelmed” by the size and scale of the destruction caused by the floods in Colorado.
Cancer Risk to BP Clean Up Workers
Yesterday the American Journal of Medicine published a new scientific study which found that the clean up workers from BP’s Deepwater Horizon disaster are at risk of developing cancer, leukaemia and a host of other illnesses.
KXL’s Outdated Oil Spill Technology
TransCanada has no plans to use cutting edge anti-pollution technology on the KXL, despite 12 spills on the Southern leg of the pipeline.
BC Opposes Northern Gateway pipeline
The government of British Colombia has officially expressed its opposition to Enbridge’s controversial $6 billion Northern Gateway pipeline project, saying it fails to address the province’s environmental concerns.
Two Spills in Two Days
In the raging Keystone XL debate in the US, there is an ongoing discussion as to whether it is better and safer to transport oil by rail or road. The State Department has argued that if the KXL pipeline does not go ahead, it will not stop the tar sands from being developed, as the … Read More
Oops: Shell’s Spill Dome “Crushed like a Beer Can”
Documents reveal that Shell’s oil spill containment dome is “crushed like a beer can,” in tests.