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    1. French street artist Zevs is bringing his signature style indoors with an exhibition playing on the dominance of oil, which opens Friday in London. The 38-year-old former graffiti artist has taken his trademark "liquidation" technique -- where colours drip from the logos of big corporations -- from walls to canvas. It would be too easy to perceive this as an attack on oil.

    2. Gov. Bill Walker speaks with public at Republican luncheon

      Fairbanks Daily News-MinerJul 09 09:18 AM

      FAIRBANKS — Shadowed by protesters upset with his veto of half the money for this year’s permanent fund dividend, Gov. Bill Walker remained resolute during a Friday visit to Fairbanks.

    3. French street artist Zevs is bringing his signature style indoors with an exhibition playing on the dominance of oil, which opens Friday in London.

    4. BP shells out $61.2 billion for 2010 Gulf oil spill

      The Christian Science MonitorJul 17 02:57 PM

      The company is paying record fines. What will they achieve?

    5. BP pays the $61.2 billion price for 2010 Gulf oil spill

      The Christian Science MonitorJul 18 05:48 AM

      The company is paying record fines. What will they achieve?

    6. BP's Gulf-Spill Tab Hits $62 Billion -- WSJ

      BP Puts $62 Billion Tab on Gulf Diaster - The Wall Street Journal

      BP puts Gulf of Mexico oil spill costs at $62bn - International Business Times UK

    7. Oil pollution a threat to haddock

      Science DailyJul 28 09:23 AM

      Haddock is an important fish species that has its most important spawning ground in and around Norway’s northern Lofoten archipelago, where oil production is being planned. However, research now reveals that the roe and larvae of haddock are more susceptible to oil pollution than previously thought.

    8. Real estate appraiser Don Paul Shearer testified before the Penn Forest Township zoning hearing board about his theory of “damaged goods” in real estate appraisals.

    9. "Who went to jail?" asked one fisherman. "Nobody."

    10. BP Puts $62 Billion Tab on Gulf Diaster

      The Wall Street JournalJul 14 08:27 PM

      BP PLC on Thursday said its quarterly profits would take another $5.2 billion hit from the deadly Gulf of Mexico oil spill, estimating a total bill of $61.6 billion for one of the worst environmental disasters in American history.

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