BP’s clean-up refusal: thanks for the metaphor…

When Tropical Storm Lee created a storm surge over Labor Day weekend, the surf brought in a new array of tar balls to some Gulf Coast Beaches. The Alabama communities of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, still cleaning up this new oil from the Macondo Well, have requested British Petroleum bring in more beach cleaning machinery to ensure the clean-up is done right. British Petroleum … Continue reading BP’s clean-up refusal: thanks for the metaphor…

More of the missing oil found…on Fourchon Beach

The aftermath of Tropical Storm Lee continues to demonstrate to people like the Coast Guard, British Petroleum, Ken Feinberg and various members of the Obama administration just what happened to all the missing oil…apparently it’s still below the surface of the water, waiting for the opportunities presented by hurricanes and tropical storms to come up on the beach and say, “Hey guys!” “”In some locations, … Continue reading More of the missing oil found…on Fourchon Beach

Tropical Storm Lee brings more tar balls…

Over the past year, there’s been much speculation about where the oil from the Deepwater Horizon went. Maybe it got disappeared by magical microbes. Maybe it’s all on the sea floor, and maybe more important, if it is on the sea floor (which several studies suggest), what happens if the area gets hit by a hurricane, will the oil resurface? Well, no hurricanes yet, but … Continue reading Tropical Storm Lee brings more tar balls…