BP Settlement Claims

Evidence Release

A Study of the Economic Impact of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Part One - Fisheries
Prepared by IEM

A Study of the Economic Impact of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Part Two - Moratoria
Prepared by IEM

Plantiff's Memorandum in Response to the Court's Order of Sept 1st regarding the effect of the B1 Order on Other Claims (9/12/11)

GCCF Reports "Successes?"

While GCCF Reports "Successes" - State and Local governments strongly disagree, file major law suit.

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BP Not in Compliance

In 2009, OSHA and the Department of Labor found that BP was not in compliance with the original 2005 plea agreement put in effect after the Texas City Explosion. This document details OSHA's findings.

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BP's Refusal to Share Internal Documents

This letter from Transocean attorneys to BP documents BP’s refusal to share internal documents and data to assist all parties in the investigative process.

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Lessons Not Learned

At press conferences in the U.S. and overseas, BP spokespersons repeatedly say how “much they’ll learn.” This catchphrase also permeated their media messages five years ago in Texas City. The only problem is….they didn’t learn. And as they say it all again, history is destined to repeat itself until they actually do it.

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Lessons Learned - Broadribb - CCPS Conference
TCR Explosion- The Lessons Learned (Mogford speech in Orlando)
Fact_Sheet- BP_2009 Monitoring Inspection

The Cost of Human Life

When BP and Amoco merged, there were differences in each companies Risk Management Guidelines.  Of particular note, BP was not only willing, but “embraced the policy” of assigning a monetary value on the worth of human life for cost benefit analysis purposes. 

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The "Aircraft Carrier"

BP’s own personnel saying on March 23rd 2005 in a Texas refinery survey that if BP Texas City were an aircraft carrier, they’d be “at the bottom of the ocean” – hours later the refinery exploded and ironically, five years later, they ARE at the bottom of the ocean

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The "Schiavo" Document

An example of BP’s PR machine going into action less than three hours after the BP Texas City plant erupted in fire, saying that they thought the entire incident would be able to just "go away; due to the holiday weekend" and noting that Terry Schiavo was a big enough media issue to mask the tragedy.

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The "Schiavo" Document

Brent Coon discussing Oil Spill Settlement

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