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Black Tide Released for One-year Anniversary of BP Oil Spill & Earth Day
April 21st, 2011
Antonia Juhasz says Gulf Oil Disaster is Not Over and Warns it Could Happen Again. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 20, 2011 Contact: Juliette Beck, 530-902-8407, BlackTidebook@gmail.com

Gulf Coast Fishermen and Residents Denied Entry to BP Shareholder Meeting in London
Media Contact: Barbara Nonas Gulf Coast Fund for Community Renewal and Ecological Health www.gulfcoastfund.org barbara@gulfcoastfund.org

Statement of Antonia Juhasz in Response to BP Annual Shareholder Meeting
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 14, 2011 Contact: Juliette Beck, 530-902-8407, juliettegaia@yahoo.com

Statements from the Gulf to BP's Shareholders and Executives
Energy Program Director Antonia Juhasz has joined Gulf Coast residents in London this week to take on BP and hold the company to account for its crimes in the Gulf. They have collected statements from residents of the Gulf whose lives have been forever changed by the disaster. Some of the statements are collected here. Visit again for more.

Another great source of BP Disaster News - Save Our Gulf
Save our Gulf
June 11th, 2010
The Save Our Gulf website established by Waterkeeper Alliance.

Latest News on BP Disaster in the Gulf
Center for Biological Diversity
June 11th, 2010
Center for Biological Diversity

Pickens says U.S. firms 'entitled' to Iraqi oil.
by Tom DoggettReuters
October 22nd, 2009
Oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens told Congress on Wednesday that U.S. energy companies are "entitled" to some of Iraq's crude because of the large number of American troops that lost their lives fighting in the country and the U.S. taxpayer money spent.

Oil Troubles Wont Last Forever.
by Ben LandoIraq Oil Report
October 21st, 2009
Disputes over how to manage Iraq’s oil sector, and who gets to call the shots, have plateaued at a tense level for the past three years, but the top oil adviser to Iraq’s prime minister is optimistic agreements will be made after January’s national elections.

Iraq Eyes Gas Exports amid Project Talk Frenzy.
by Samuel CiszukPetroleumworld
October 21st, 2009
Buoyed by the vast oil projects making negotiation headway this week, Iraq is eyeing gas exports to Turkey and possibly beyond, while revelations over oil deals continue to cast a shadow over Iraqi Kurdistan's autonomous institutions.

Washington Plays Host to Iraqis In Search of Investment.
by Gina ChonWall Street Journal
October 20th, 2009
The Iraqi government, backed by the Obama administration, kicks off its biggest post-Saddam investment roadshow in Washington Tuesday, to convince American businesses to join the country's reconstruction efforts.

Big companies getting closer to big Iraq oil fields.
by Ben LandoIraq Oil Report
October 20th, 2009
A half dozen major international oil companies are close to deals with Iraq, on the heels of BP and the Chinese National Petroleum Corp., which are one step away from receiving the first new oil contract issued by Baghdad – for the largest oil field in the country.

Meetings move Iraq closer to next oil field auction.
by Ben LandoIraq Oil Report
October 20th, 2009
Representatives from 44 of the world’s largest oil companies have concluded two-day meetings here with the Iraqi Oil Ministry, hashing out a rough draft of the contract on which the companies will base their bids for 10 oil projects in December.

Iraqis Protest Poor Public Services.
Associated Press
October 10th, 2009
Hundreds took to the streets Saturday throughout Iraq to demand open elections and improved public services, revealing discontent among Iraqis that is overshadowing concerns about the ability of Iraqi forces to take over from withdrawing U.S. troops.

Watada Discharged.
by Gregg K. KakesakoHonolulu Star-Bulletin
September 26th, 2009
The Army grants the officer's resignation under "other than honorable conditions."

U.S. Government Provides $72 billion in subsidies to Fossil Fuels 2002-2008, study finds.
Environmental Law Institute
September 18th, 2009

Major Flaws Emerge in Chevron Bribery Story.
by Amazon Defense CoalitionPress Release
September 3rd, 2009
New Scrutiny of Chevron's Own Conduct In Possible "Dirty Tricks" Operation. Oil Giant Hiding Witnesses; DOJ Pressed to Investigate Role of Chevron Legal Team; Company Refusing to Turn Over Evidence.

Chevron Accused of Nixon-Style Dirty Tricks Operation in Ecuador, Amazon Defense Coalition.
by Amazon Defense CoalitionPress Release
September 1st, 2009
Chevron’s Video Transcripts Raise Questions About Oil Giant’s Misconduct to Delay $27 billion Environmental Trial In Ecuador. Department of Justice Asked to Focus on Chevron.

Chevron Offers Evidence of Bribery Scheme in Ecuador Lawsuit
September 1st, 2009
The oil giant Chevron said Monday that it had obtained video recordings of meetings in Ecuador this year that appear to reveal a bribery scheme connected to a $27 billion lawsuit the company faces over environmental damage at oil fields it operated in remote areas of the Amazon forest in Ecuador.

Chevron Calls for Investigation, Disqualification of Judge in Ecuador Case.
by Chevron Corp.Press Release
August 31st, 2009
Chevron's press release in Ecuador bribery case.

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