I'm still curious as to what group allowed an oil pipeline to be built so close
to a major waterway. Seems like that's a big NO NO.
Chevron will absorb the expense which means Chevron customers will absorb the
expense. Since petroleum products are fungible - everyone will absorb the
Re: Pagen | 9:00 a.m. Aug. 11, 2011 Oil isn't evil, waiting to
pounce on you when you're not looking. Oil is, however, indispensable. Without
it farmers would have no way of planting, harvesting and transporting their
products to the market.The liberals decry oil while they enjoy all
the benefits it brings.
I'm glad the oil company had enough money to clean up the spill. Imagine if
this were the federal governments problem, who would be able to pay for it?
'The liberals decry oil while they enjoy all the benefits it brings.' - Rifleman
| 11:56 a.m. Aug. 11, 2011 And conservatives sing the benifits of
dirty energy, while 11 men died on the BP oil platform. 'I'm glad
the oil company had enough money to clean up the spill.' - IDC | 1:19 p.m. Aug.
11, 2011 Why WOULDN'T they clean up their own mess?
*'Exxon earns nearly $11 billion in 1Q, best since '08' - By Chris Kahn - AP -
Published by DSnews - 04/28/11 *'Exxon profit up 53 pct, best
quarter since 3Q '08' - By Chris Kahn - AP - 01/31/11 *'BP reporting
profits despite growing costs for oil spill' - By Brian Skoloff and Jane Wardell
- AP - Published by DSNews - 11/02/10 *'Chevron profit rises 36
percent on high oil prices' - AP - Published by DSNews - 04/29/11
when they are making RECORD profit...that we are paying? $75 million
dollar mess up... and I'm the 'liberal bad guy?'
My feeling is that the company is not spending 75 million of their own money. It
will not come from the stock holders but from all of us at the gas pumps.
Oil companies are spending millions and in the case of BP billions on oil
spills, when there is a tried and trued technology, they have successfully
tested and utilized in a small way that will save them enormous amounts of money
and time associated with spill response. OSE II is the worlds only first
response bioremediation clean up product that will actually address 100% of a
spill, prevent oil from sinking into the water column where 60% of marine
species live, (like toxic dispersants) prevent oil from sinking to the seabed
destroying bottom dwellers as well as sea plants. OSE II causes oil to float
preventing secondary impacts, and allowing natural bacteria to digest the oil to
CO 2 and water preventing oxygen depletion to the water column. OSE II could
have saved BP billions in clean up costs and natural resource damages, and
litigation. The oil companies are still using outdated oil spill response
techniques that are running up costs needlessly.