Thursday, August 12, 2010


With the spill contained, starting with this entry and going forward, updates will be posted under the Daily Dozen designation. They will appear whenever there is major news or quarterly, whichever comes first. (Reminder: Click on graphs and images for larger view.)

1. BP oil spill response leader reaffirms company's long-term commitment. [The Times-Picayune]
2. Oil spill calculations stir debate on damage. [The New York Times]
3. Gulf oil spill victims applaud choice of New Orleans court. [Los Angeles Times]
4. BP's spill clean-up now shifts to the lawyers. [Reuters]

5. Spill claims to test limits of BP’s liability. [Financial Times]
6. Is the well already killed? [Time]
7. BP resumes work on relief well after storm. [Xinhua News]
8. Officials testing seal at BP's busted Gulf well. [The Associated Press]

9. Portion of waters off Florida reopens to fishing . [USA Today]
10. Enterprise Gulf operations normal after storm fears. [Reuters]
11. Attention turns from BP well to coastal restoration. [Houston Chronicle]
12. An Ixtoc vs. Gulf oil spill comparison. [USA Today]

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