Posts Tagged ‘oil’

I’ll be the first to admit that the media is one of the greatest problems with information gathering in this age of extreme left and right propaganda pumping.  However, this seems like a no brainer…This is a huge disaster!  Already it has gotten out of control, as BP appears to have been negligent, and our [...]

The corporate media have been tracking the disaster with front-page articles and nightly news headlines every day (if it bleeds, or spills, it leads!), but the under-reported aspects to this nightmarish tale paint the most chilling picture of the actors and actions behind the catastrophe. In no particular order, here are 10 things about the [...]

Tony Hayward cashed in about a third of his holding in the company one month before a well on the Deepwater Horizon rig burst, causing an environmental disaster. Mr Hayward, whose pay package is £4 million a year, then paid off the mortgage on his family’s mansion in Kent, which is estimated to be valued at [...]

British Petroleum (BP) rep Randy Prescott madea comment, “Louisiana isn’t the only place that has shrimp.” His office phone number is (713) 323-4093 (it’s his direct line). His email israndy.prescott@bp.com. Give him a call or send an email! Tell him “BP isn’t the only place that has fuel for my car!” Check out more from [...]

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For animal lovers, one of the most heartbreaking aspects of the Gulf spill is the oil-drenched wildlife washing up on shore. If you’re too horrified to look at any photos, you’re in luck — BP doesn’t want you to see them. As of Friday morning, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s tally of dead animals [...]

With the Gulf Coast dying of oil poisoning, there’s no space in the press for British Petroleum’s most recent spill. Just last week over 100,000 gallons were lost at its Alaska pipeline operation. A hundred thousand used to be a lot. It still is. Last Tuesday, Pump Station 9, at Delta Junction on the 800-mile [...]

Best Tuna…When Every Penny Counts

Posted: 1st August 2009 by Veritas in Lifestyle
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We taste tested 13 canned chunk light tunas, in water and oil, and reeled in a few winners Everyone has a preferred flavor enhancer for a “mean” tuna salad—celery, apples, relish, olives…the list goes on. But the key ingredient has got to be the tuna itself: Not even a whole jar of mayonnaise can salvage [...]

WASHINGTON – The U.S. climate bill would give states that are heavily reliant on greenhouse-gas emitting fuels, like coal, more carbon credits on a per capita basis than those that use clean fuels, according to an analysis of the legislation released on Wednesday.

SAN FRANCISCO – Solar panels in space. It sounds more like science fiction than a business, but one early stage company has raised money from investors to launch solar panels into space and use high-powered radio waves to beam back energy to earth.

Norwegian oil and gas group StatoilHydro is trying to reverse a ban on the sale of alcohol at petrol stations in Lithuania, claiming it may lead to massive lay-offs, daily Dagens Naeringsliv said on Wednesday. The ban on selling alcohol at night came into effect on January 1, after which the number of accidents linked [...]