BP Spreads The Worst Company Love Around, Sues Deepwater Horizon Partners For Billions

BP Spreads The Worst Company Love Around, Sues Deepwater Horizon Partners For Billions

As many readers mentioned in the comments leading up to BP’s hairline thin victory over Bank of America in this year’s Worst Company in America tournament, the oil company wasn’t the only one involved in the disaster on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. Now, a year on from that horrible incident, BP has filed suits against Halliburton, Transocean and Cameron International. [More]

Worst Company Winner BP Commits Up To $1 Billion To Speed Up Gulf Restoration

Worst Company Winner BP Commits Up To $1 Billion To Speed Up Gulf Restoration

A day after the one-year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which killed 11 offshore rig workers, released millions of barrels of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico, and earned BP the title of Worst Company In America, the Golden Poo winners announced that it has reached an agreement to pony up another $1 billion toward Gulf restoration efforts. [More]

BP's CEO Is Super Sorry About That Oil Spill

BP's CEO Is Super Sorry About That Oil Spill

BP Chief Executive Robert Dudley inherited quite a bit of a mess from former CEO Tony Hayward, he of the loose lips, in the the form of last year’s terrible oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. But Dudley wants everyone to know that he’s totally sorry. [More]

Post-Spill, Gulf Coast Residents Vomit Brown, Bleed From Ears

Post-Spill, Gulf Coast Residents Vomit Brown, Bleed From Ears

Some Gulf Coast residents are suffering from grim maladies months after they were exposed to the chemical oil dispersants sprayed by BP. “I started to vomit brown, and my pee was brown also,” one man told Al Jazeera. The chemicals that break up oil seem to also be good at breaking up human red blood cells, according to eyewitness reporters by local health care providers. “We have dolphins that are hemorrhaging,” said an EPA whistleblower. [More]