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BP, the oil giant whose exploding well dumped more than 200 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, has sued the Environmental Protection Agency, challenging the government's temporary ban on BP obtaining new U.S. leases or government contracts.
An EPA spokesman referred HuffPost's request for comment to the Department of Justice, where a spokesman declined to comment
Of an estimated 40,000 Vietnamese living in these three Gulf states -- including 30,000 in Louisiana -- one in three works in the seafood industry. Why didn't BP want to hire Asian Americans?
Gulf Oil Spill DOJ Complaint Throughout the spill, BP consistently provided flow estimates to the government and public that
Daniel Becnel Jr, another attorney with clients who have not received payments from the Feinberg-administered fund, also
Even as the platform burned, technicians with BP and Transocean, the rig's owner and operator, used undersea robots called
(Reporting by Tom Bergin; Editing by Dan Lalor) "The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the U.S. Commodity
Emphasis mine, because: wow! Fortunately, for a wide variety of reasons, some of the scientists BP is approaching are balking
David Perry, the lawyer suing BP over the safety of its Atlantis deepwater oil drilling platform, says that there is a double