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  1. Baker Institute: Drilling in gulf evolves after Macondo spill

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    Fri, 11 Feb 2011

  2. Rising US production may stimulate more OPA scrutiny, ELI forum told

    Federal requirements under the 1990 Oil Pollution Act (OPA), which came into question following the 2010 Macondo deepwater well blowout and crude oil spill, appear likely to get a fresh look as US onshore crude production climbs and producers scramble to get it to market, suggested some ...

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    Mon, 23 Jun 2014

  3. OGJ Newsletter

    International news for oil and gas professionals

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    Mon, 26 Jan 2015

  4. Cuba drilling continues as US groups press spill response need

    Repsol SA continues drilling Cuba's first offshore oil well as some US government agencies, oil and gas organizations, and environmental groups press to ease restrictions that would keep US companies from responding if the well blows out and creates a spill, experts at a Center for International ...

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    Mon, 21 May 2012

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    Mon, 5 Dec 2011

  6. BP provides post-Isaac update for Gulf Coast operations

    Hurricane Isaac uncovered limited amounts of residual oil associated with the 2010 Macondo deepwater Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP PLC said Sept. 11, adding that the Macondo oil had been buried in isolated stretches of shoreline where BP had been cleaning before Isaac made landfall.

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    Mon, 17 Sep 2012

  7. US on brink of strong oil, gas growth, Senate panel told

    Higher crude oil prices, breakthroughs in technology, and more access to prospective acreage are creating a US oil production revival that is a major break from nearly 40 years of declining production, two experts told the US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on Jan. 31.

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    Tue, 31 Jan 2012

  8. MARKET WATCH: Cyprus bailout agreement pressures oil prices

    Oil and natural gas prices continued climbing Mar. 15, but oil was under pressure from a strong dollar in early trading Mar. 18 after the government of Cyprus agreed over the weekend to seize 10% of residents’ bank accounts as part of a $20.4 billion bailout. This inflamed fear over the sovereign ...

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    Mon, 18 Mar 2013

  9. BP provides post-Isaac update for Gulf Coast operations

    Hurricane Isaac uncovered limited amounts of residual oil associated with the 2010 Macondo deepwater Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP PLC said Sept. 11, adding that the Macondo oil had been buried in isolated stretches of shoreline where BP had been cleaning before Isaac made landfall.

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    Tue, 11 Sep 2012

  10. Cuba drilling continues as US groups press spill response need

    Repsol SA continues drilling Cuba’s first offshore oil well as some US government agencies, oil and gas organizations, and environmental groups press to ease restrictions that would keep US companies from responding if the well blows out and sets off a spill, experts at a Center for International ...

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    Fri, 11 May 2012

  11. BP's bill for oil spill response in gulf tops $3 billion

    BP PLC, operator of the runaway Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico, said it has spent $3.12 billion on oil spill response efforts since an Apr. 20 blowout. BP continues drilling two relief wells while expanding collection systems to divert more leaking oil and natural gas from spilling into the ...

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    Tue, 6 Jul 2010

  12. Executives braced for Oval Office speech

    Executives of BP PLC and other firms involved in deepwater drilling in the US Gulf of Mexico were bracing June 15 for President Barack Obama's televised Oval Office speech that evening on US energy and the Macondo blowout.

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    Mon, 21 Jun 2010

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