Moratorium Won't Stop Unprecedented BP Project in the Arctic
- Oil and Gas Lobby, Unfazed by Gulf Disaster, Defends Regulators and Status Quo. Wang, Marian // Pro Publica;6/13/2010, p24
A blog related to the offshore drilling regulators in the U.S. is presented.
- Did BP's Sunken Oil Rig Sink Future Drilling? Van Milligen, Dennis // Processing (08968659);May2010, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p4
The article focuses on the willingness of U.S. President Barack Obama to grant new offshore drilling leases due to the disaster encountered by BP Plc in the U.S.
- Libya going ahead with BP drilling deal. Gavlak, Dale // Chicago Citizen;6/30/2010, Vol. 45 Issue 14, p3
The article reports that BP PLC will start to drill in July 2010, despite the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill, at the offshore deepwater region in Libya.
- Read: BP's Plan For Controversial Arctic Drilling Project. Wang, Marian // Pro Publica;6/20/2010, p16
A blog related to BP PLC's offshore drilling project at miles off the coast of Alaska not being subjected to the government's moratorium off-shore drilling is discussed.
- Miller confident House will consider his plan to block new BP drilling leases. Geman, Ben // Hill;7/23/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 87, p13
The article reports on the confidence of California Representative George Miller that his plan to deny new offshore drilling leases to embattled oil company BP PLC will be considered by the U.S. House in 2010.
- BP successfully completes flow test of Itaipu-1A Well, offshore Brazil. // World Energy News;3/25/2013, p6
The article reports on the successful completion of flow test of the Itaipu-1A discovery well offshore Brazil by oil and gas company BP PLC which indicates that commercially viable flow rates can be achieved from the said Pre-Salt carbonate reservoir.
- BP OKs First Platform in Gulf Since 2010 Macondo Oil Spill. Russell, Pam Radtke // ENR: Engineering News-Record;12/12/2016, Vol. 277 Issue 17, p13
The article reports on the decision of British multinational oil and gas company BP PLC to push through its first Gulf of Mexico offshore platform since the 2010 Gulf oil spill after reducing the costs of its proposed Mad Dog 2 offshore platform by more than 60%.
- The ProPublica Blog: Does Administration's Proposed Break-up of Offshore Oil Regulator Go Far Enough? Wang, Marian // Pro Publica;5/ 9/2010, p4
The article presents a blog related to a proposal to break up Minerals Management Service, the agency that oversees offshore drilling.
- Further setback for Foinaven startup. Beckman, Jeremy // Offshore;Jul97, Vol. 57 Issue 7, p16
Reports on British Petroleum PLC's extraction of a drilling manifold from the seabed on the Foinaven Field off Scotland. Occurrence of seepage from the seals on the Cooper Cameron valves; Greenpeace's attacks on Conoco Incorporated.