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Two BP Employees, Including Lafayette Man, To Face Manslaughter Charges

Robert Kaluza of Henderson, Nevada, and Donald Vidrine of Lafayette, will face 11 counts each of seaman's manslaughter.

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BP Sells US Assets To Offset Losses From 2010 Gulf Spill

BP announced today an agreement to sell its refinery in Carson, California and Arco retail outlets in southern California, Arizona and Nevada to Tesoro Corp.


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Federal Report Blames BP For Gulf Oil Spill

A federal panel has issued a report on it's invsetigation into the Deepwater Horizon Diasater. AP reports the panel places the blame squarely on the shoulders of decision makers with BP

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BP’s Arctic Deal Falls Through

Just over a year after the Gulf Oil Spill, BP's attempts to move forward have been dealt a major setback. The company had announced a $16 billion share swap with the Russian Rosneft back in January.  

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One Year Later, How Is BP Doing?

'BP has never done anything other than send flowers and three people to Jason's memorial service'  - Shelley Anderson,  widow of rig worker Jason Anderson.

'I'd like my life back.' - Former BP CEO Tony Hayward

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A Year After the BP Spill, How are We Doing?

'I was exposed to those chemicals, which I questioned, and they told me it was just as safe as Dawn dishwashing liquid and there was nothing for me to worry about'      - Jamie Simon

Wednesday will mark one year since Transocean's Deepwater Horizon exploded off the Louisiana Coast, causing the worst oil spill in U.S. history and killing 11 people.  A Year After The Spill, How Are We Doing?

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BP Wants To Resume Drilling

In a recent survey, most KTDY facebook fans say DRILL!

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Shell To Acquire BP?

(From The Associated Press)

Shares in BP PLC have jumped after a report published Tuesday saying Royal Dutch Shell PLC is interested in a tie-up with the London-based company.

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New Deepwater Explosion Article

The worst of the explosions gutted the Deepwater Horizon stem to stern.

Crew members were cut down by shrapnel, hurled across rooms and buried under smoking wreckage. Some were swallowed by fireballs that raced through the oil rig’s shattered interior. Dazed and battered survivors, half-naked and dripping in highly combustible gas, crawled inch by inch in pitch darkness, willing themselves to the lifeboat deck.

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Feds File Suit Against BP, Transocean & 7 Other Companies

The Department of Justice announced Wednesday that it is filing suit against BP and eight other companies for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. The DOJ is seeking civil penalties under the Clean Water Act—which could add up to as much as $21 billion—and wants to declare eight of those companies "liable without limitation" for the costs of clean up and damage caused by the disaster.

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