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An FBI agent has testified that some of the text messages that a former BP engineer deleted from his cellphone contained information that could have been evidence in the Justice Department's investigation of the company's 2010 oil spill in the Gulf
Britain has formally backed BP's effort to overturn a US ban on the oil giant from government contracts due to the disastrous 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill . In a filing on Monday to a US court in Texas, the British government suggested the law may
Researchers are deploying drones and sensors off the Florida coast to predict the impact of the next Deepwater Horizon...This story first appeared on the Atlantic website and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.
Media playback is unsupported on your device 'Avenue created' for overseas BP shareholders to litigate 3 December 2013 Last updated at 11:53 GMT A ruling in a Texas district court means that, for the first time, overseas shareholders will now be
U.S. prosecutors charged Kurt Mix with two counts of obstruction of justice last year, alleging he deleted from his mobile phone text messages and voice mails related to the company's effort to estimate the size of the spill...Jury selection started
ET A federal-appeals-court ruling late Monday might spare BP PLC from making hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation payments stemming from its 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill...Circuit Court of Appeals said a lower-court judge in New Orleans
Watch The Globe and Mail Watch Watch Last May, the International Energy Agency reported that shipping of crude by rail is more expensive than by pipe, but it has some advantages, including few regulatory hurdles in hindsight, an ominous observation.
It took nearly two weeks for North Dakota officials to tell the public about an autumn pipeline rupture that caused more than 20,000 barrels of crude to ooze across a northwestern wheat field. In response to extensive media coverage and criticism
The referendum paper that New Zealand's 3m enrolled voters received on November 22nd asked whether they supported the government selling up to 49% of its shares in four energy companies and the national airline. The electricity companies have been
Federal Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said that he believed the trade restrictions against Iran would be lifted, following an agreement with world powers on its nuclear programme, Dawn News reports. Khaqan said