Showing posts with label Gulf Coast Oil Spill. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Gulf Coast Oil Spill. Show all posts

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Oilspill Cleanup - Audubon Nature Institute to Step In

Beach Condominium Oil Spill, Class Action, Gulf Coast Oil Spill, Louisiana Oil Spill

Attorney notes that the Audubon Nature Institute is stepping in to assist with the massive cleanup expected from the Gulf Coast Oil Spill. "At Audubon Nature Institute, we are heartbroken to learn of the loss of life and the potential for ecological disaster to Louisiana's coastline in the wake of the oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico. So much remains unknown and inexplicable. What we do know is that Audubon Nature Institute has expertise and resources we can mobilize to do our part to lessen the impact of this tragedy on our area's precious wildlife." The Institute is affilated with Audubon Aquarium of the Americas in Louisiana.


Oil Spill Cleanup - Audubon Nature Institute

Oil Spill - Breaking News - Who Pays for This?

Oil Spill Video: Reporters give Friday update

The News Orleans media is providing some excellent video coverage of the massive cleanup from the Gulf Coast Oil Spill. "The Times-Picayune's Bob Marshall and Mark Schleifstein explain who will end up paying for the damage caused by the massive oil leak"


Oil Spill Damage - Who Pays?

Gulf Coast Oil Disaster Video - International Coverage

Gulf Coast Oil Spill Disaster Video - International Coverage

Gulf Coast Oil Spill

Gulf Coast Oil Spill - Attorney Update

Florida Attorney following Gulf coast oil spill litigation issues notes that in a BP (British Petroleum) "52-page exploration plan and environmental impact analysis, BP repeatedly suggested it was unlikely, or virtually impossible, for an accident to occur that would lead to a giant crude oil spill and serious damage to beaches, fish, mammals and fisheries." According to,  BP claimed that the Deepwater Horizon oil rig was located 48 miles from shore and if there were problems, the distance from shore would limit damage to coastal areas, So says BP in their exploration plan.

Condominium owners and Condominium Associations are set to make claims for loss of income, as reservations for rentals of the gulf front properties are being canceled in light of the pending landfall of this mass of crude oil.

Beach Condominium Oil Spill