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    1. Underserved: The Valdez at Barrel

      Washington City PaperJun 25 09:19 AM

      Underserved is a recurring Y&H feature highlighting the best cocktails you're not ordering.

    2. Oil seepage reported on Bolivar Peninsula

      San Antonio Express-NewsJun 20 01:41 PM

      Take a look at 15 of the worst man-made disasters in recent history. Over twenty five years ago the tanker Exxon Valdez ran aground in Alaska's Prince William Sound and spilled an estimated 260,000 to 750,000 barrels of crude oil, capturing the attention of the American public.

    3. Marine scientist Don Boesch on the fight to restore ecosystems damaged by the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

    4. Oil Spills

      CNNJun 04 10:51 AM

      Ten Largest Oil Spills: 1. January 1991 - During the Gulf War , Iraqi forces intentionally release 252-336 million gallons of oil into the Persian Gulf.

    5. The agreement addresses claims arising from the 2010 devastating oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

    6. With oil spills and the possibility of increased tanker traffic on the west coast top of mind, the term "world-class response" gets thrown around often, but is seldom clearly defined by those who use it. Ott believes that, in addition to strong local government-led planning, there should be citizen advisory councils for every geographic response area on the west coast.

    7. July 2, 2015

    8. Bloomberg the Company & Products

      BloombergJul 02 07:15 PM

      Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

    9. In a scathing report, the U.S.Department of Transportations Office of Pipeline Safety is requiring the owner of the Sand Island Tank Facility to inspect all 16 of their massive fuel tanks.

    10. Is the BP settlement enough for environmentalists?

      ABC 26 New OrleansJul 02 09:01 PM

      New Orleans (WGNO) – During the next 15 years, BP will pay out a record-breaking $18.7 billion dollars to the five Gulf States: Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.

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