Don't Mind Pictures Of Icky Fish: FDA Declares Gulf Seafood Safe To Eat

Don't Mind Pictures Of Icky Fish: FDA Declares Gulf Seafood Safe To Eat

Despite photos of fish with sores or other unappetizing marks on them from the Gulf of Mexico, the Food and Drug Administration’s Gulf Coast Seafood Laboratory says seafood is safe to eat, two years after the BP oil spill. [More]

Probe: BP Cost-Cutting Led To Spill

Probe: BP Cost-Cutting Led To Spill

BP’s infamous oil spill last year in the Gulf of Mexico might have been prevented had the company not offered incentives to workers to cut costs rather than improve safety. A 16-months-in-the-making government report concluded that there were five instances in which BP either cut costs, decreased drilling time or increased risks. [More]

Transocean Apologizes For Calling 2010 "Best Year" Ever In Safety

Transocean Apologizes For Calling 2010 "Best Year" Ever In Safety

The owner of the oil rig that exploded in the Gulf issued an apology after calling 2010 its “best year” ever in safety. Transocean did not comment on the safety bonuses it awarded top execs for meeting and exceeding internal safety goals, even considering the disaster at the rig run by BP resulting in 11 workers dead and 200 million gallons of oil spilled. [More]

Spill Leaves Gulf Of Mexico Floor Covered By Layer Of Oil, Dead Animals

Spill Leaves Gulf Of Mexico Floor Covered By Layer Of Oil, Dead Animals

Although BP has projected the Gulf of Mexico will recover from last year’s oil spill by the end of next year, a University of Georgia professor says a layer of oil and dead animals at the bottom of the gulf could devastate wildlife for years to come. [More]

Officials: Massive Fish Kill Hits Louisiana Bayou, But BP Ain't To Blame

Officials: Massive Fish Kill Hits Louisiana Bayou, But BP Ain't To Blame

A whole mess of fish just up and died at Bayou Chaland in Louisiana. What you’re looking at is a jambalaya of different kinds of lifeless fish, crabs, stingray and eel. You might think BP is to blame, but Louisiana’s Department of Wildlife and Fisheries has a different suspect in mind. [More]