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Oil Spill Newscast Lesson, 4th Grade, Social Studies
 
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http://POWERONTEXAS.COM LESSON LAUNCH: -- Oil Spill Newscast Lesson 4th Grade Decker Elementary, Manor ISD In this POWER ON TEXAS Lesson Launch we observe Ms. Ruth Burrell utilizing her knowledge of Project Based Learning, much of which was gleaned from Manor New Tech's Think Forward Institute, and available technology to guide her students through this Social Studies project revolving around the Gulf Oil Spill. To find the lesson plan or more about how Manor ISD joined the digital learning revolution, go to http://POWERONTEXAS.com. The Texas Education Agency http://www.tea.state.tx.us/ In partnership with AMS Pictures http://pi.amspictures.com/ Present WWW.POWERONTEXAS.COM Copyright © 2011. Texas Education Agency. All Rights Reserved.
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Oil Spill Project
 
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My group and I test various methods to clean up an oil spill. we try the sponge/corn meal/cotton ball technique. --------------------------------------------------------------- This is related to the Bp oil spill Lasalle Academy providence rhode island
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Oil spill cleanups: finding the right chemistry  - Science Nation
 
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Sunlight plays a key role in the natural degradation of oil after a spill, oxygenating the oil so it dissolves in seawater and comes in contact with microbes that will break it down. But, under certain conditions, sunlight can have negative effects, too. With continued exposure, the energy in sunlight drives chemical reactions that transform liquid oil into a sludge that has a consistency similar to peanut butter: thick, pasty and sticky. Supported by funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), analytical chemist Matthew Tarr and his team at the University of New Orleans are using samples from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill to learn more about how crude oil breaks down in seawater when it's exposed to sunlight and dispersants. The researchers' goal is to help refine the computer models that responders use to make cleanup plans. The research also adds to everyone's overall understanding and helps mitigate environmental damage from future oil spills. The research in this episode was supported by NSF award #1111525, Photochemistry of Petroleum from the Deepwater Horizon: Products, Mechanisms and Toxicity. NSF Grant URL: Grant #/URL: http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1111525&HistoricalAwards=false Miles O'Brien, Science Nation Correspondent Kate Tobin, Science Nation Producer
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Spill Response Training | 7 Steps to Spill Cleanup
 
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Spill response training video: Follow this 7-step approach to help workers prepare for spill clean up in your facility. This 16-minute Spill Drill video can be used as part of a spill response training program and annual training for hazmat spill responders. The video covers the most effective methods for spill control in industrial environments, and details seven steps to practice during a Spill Drill. In order to prepare for a spill, practice is essential. Go through training drills to help protect yourself, your employees, and the environment. Be aware of the potential for spills in your plant or factory. Protect yourself when a spill occurs, stop the source of a leak, and have the right equipment to have on hand when a spill occurs. After a spill site has been cleaned up, people and equipment need to be decontaminated and proper reports filed. This video was produced and distributed by New Pig Corporation, the world leader in leak and spill response. Learn more about our new upcoming online training course: http://bit.ly/newpigtraining
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EiE - A Slick Solution: Cleaning an Oil Spill Lesson 4 in Lauderhill, FL
 
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Students apply their knowledge of ecosystems and environmental engineering as they imagine, plan, create, test, and improve their own process for cleaning an oil spill.
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PAM by IME! Natural solution for oil pollution!
 
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Introducing the RECOVER Virtual Lab
 
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The University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science-led science consortium RECOVER launched the RECOVER Virtual Lab, a free online learning program for budding scientists ages 8+ through college to conduct their own ‘fish treadmill’ experiments in the classroom or at home. The virtual fish experimentation laboratory, which is available online and in the iTunes store for tablets, currently has one lesson plan led by University of North Texas (UNT) Ph.D. student Derek Nelson to measure the effects oil spills have on the physiology of two economically important fish in the Gulf of Mexico—red drum and mahi-mahi. The web- and app-based lab includes a downloadable lesson plan and quizzes for teachers and students to conduct similar experiments as university scientists using real data. Recent studies by the RECOVER consortium members showed that fish embryos and larvae exposed to crude oil during early development results in malformation of hearts, which likely results in mortality or reduced cardiac performance in surviving individuals. The RECOVER team also recently published a study that showed that such surviving individuals display reduced swimming capabilities. The Deepwater Horizon oil spill, in which more than three million barrels of crude oil got released in 2010 into the northern Gulf of Mexico, was the worst oil disaster in U.S. history, contaminating the spawning habitats for many fishes. Researchers continue to investigate the impacts of the oil spill to advance scientific understanding of the impacts of the incident and the potential associated impact of this and similar incidents on the environment and public health.
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25th Anniversary of Exxon Valdez oil spill March 24, 1989
 
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Originally published on March 16, 2014 On March 24, 1989, the oil tanker Exxon Valdez struck Bligh Reef in Prince William Sound, Alaska, shortly after midnight. The accident caused the oil tanker to spill more than 11 million gallons of crude oil. which equals roughly 1,264,155 barrels, or 17 olympic-sized swimming pools. The Exxon Valdez departed from the Trans Alaska Pipeline terminal at 9:12 pm March 23, 1989. The ship ran aground on Bligh Reef at 12:04 a.m., threatening the delicate food chain that supports Prince William Sound's commercial fishing industry. Also in danger were ten million migratory shore birds and waterfowl, hundreds of sea otters, dozens of other species, such as harbor porpoises and sea lions, and several varieties of whales. Many factors complicated the cleanup efforts following the spill, including the size of the spill and its remote location, which was accessible only by helicopter and boat. The spill affected the area region from Bligh Reef 460 miles to the tiny village of Chignik on the Alaska Peninsula. A U.S. Coast Guard at USCG investigator, along with a representative from the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, visited the scene of the incident to assess the damage. By noon on Friday, March 25, the Alaska Regional Response Team was brought together by teleconference, and the National Response Team was activated soon thereafter. Alyeska, the association that represents seven oil companies who operate in Valdez, including Exxon, first assumed responsibility for the cleanup, in accordance with the area's contingency planning. Alyeska opened an emergency communications center in Valdez shortly after the spill was reported and set up a second operations center in Anchorage, Alaska. Three methods were tried in the effort to clean up the spill: burning, mechanical cleanup, and chemical dispersants. A trial burn was conducted during the early stages of the spill. A fire-resistant boom was placed on tow lines, and two ends of the boom were each attached to a ship. The two ships with the boom between them moved slowly throughout the main portion of the slick until the boom was full of oil. The two ships then towed the boom away from the slick and the oil was ignited. The fire did not endanger the main slick or the Exxon Valdez because of the distance separating them. Because of unfavorable weather, however, no additional burning was attempted in this cleanup effort. Mechanical cleanup was started using booms and skimmers. However, skimmers were not readily available during the first 24 hours following the spill. Thick oil and heavy kelp tended to clog the equipment. Repairs to damaged skimmers were time consuming. Transferring oil from temporary storage vessels into more permanent containers was also difficult because of the oil's weight and thickness. Continued bad weather slowed down the recovery efforts. A trial application of dispersants was performed. The use of dispersants proved to be controversial. Alyeska had less than 4,000 gallons of dispersant available in its terminal in Valdez, and no application equipment or aircraft. A private company applied dispersants on March 24, with a helicopter and dispersant bucket. Because there was not enough wave action to mix the dispersant with the oil in the water, the Coast Guard representatives at the site concluded that the dispersants were not working and so their use was discontinued. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration was involved in providing weather forecasts for Prince William Sound, allowing the cleanup team to adapt their methods to changing weather conditions. Meanwhile, specialists from the Hubbs Marine Institute in San Diego, California, set up a facility to clean oil from otters, and the International Bird Research Center of Berkeley, California, established a center to clean and rehabilitate oiled waterfowl. High pressure cold water treatment and hot water treatment involved dozens of people holding fire hoses and spraying the beaches. Hot water treatment was popular until it was determined that the treatment could be causing more damage than the oil. Small organisms were being cooked by the hot water. The water, with floating oil, would trickle down to the shore. The oil would be trapped within several layers of boom and either be scooped up, sucked up or absorbed using special oil-absorbent materials. In the aftermath of the Exxon Valdez incident, Congress passed the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, which required the Coast Guard to strengthen its regulations on oil tank vessels and oil tank owners and operators. Today, tank hulls provide better protection against spills resulting from a similar accident, and communications between vessel captains and vessel traffic centers have improved to make for safer sailing. The name of the Exxon Valdez was later changed to the Sea River Mediterranean, but was prohibited by law from returning to Prince William Sound.
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OIL SPILL PBL IN THE 8TH GRADE SCIENCE CLASS
 
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8 th Grade Students did oil spill PBL project in science class.
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Working on Fire News- Oil Spill Clean up, Buffels Bay. Southern Cape
 
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Working on Fire Southern Cape Teams assist with the Oil spill Clean up off the Coast of Knysna
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Oil spill cleanup material , In Sutu Bioremediation
 
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ACT Terra Firma has been widely used by the oil, gas and petrochemical industries. It provides a new and innovative way to decontaminate harmful waste from soil. Our safe and effective cleaning product helps companies avoid warnings and fines from the EPA while supporting them in their efforts to become a GREENER force in our world. Go to http://www.actcleaners.com or http://www.actindustrial.com for more information.
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Shell Accused of Failing to Clean Up Nigeria Oil Spills
 
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Amnesty International and the Center for Environment, Human Rights and Development in Nigeria say multinational oil company Shell has not cleaned up four oil spill sites in the Niger Delta, as the company claims.
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Oil Companies Plead Guilty to Burnaby Oil Spill
 
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The Burnaby oil spill in 2007 was a reminder for many people in BC of the danger of oil exports. Unfortunately at the very same time this spill was taking place Kinder Morgan and their partners were in the midst of expanding oil exports through the Burrard Inlet from the terminal in Burnaby. Four years later the big oil companies plead guilty to causing this spill but it doesn't seem like they learned their lesson. Plans are under way for further expansions to the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker traffic through the inlet. If you want to get involved in the campaign to stop it visit http://WildernessCommittee.org/tankers.
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[91VOA]Oil Spill Puts Financial Pressure on BP
 
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English language lessons from the audio and transcript of the Voice of America. VOA Special English helps you learn English with lesson plans, grammar lessons, news and activities.
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Technology Failures, Perils of Deepwater Drilling Among Gulf Oil Spill's Lessons
 
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Read the transcript: http://to.pbs.org/fjegAi In his new book, "A Hole at the Bottom of the Sea," Washington Post reporter Joel Achenbach chronicles the 2010 struggle to stop what would become the nation's worst off-shore oil spill. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Achenbach about the battle to plug the BP Macondo well, the lessons learned and the future of deepwater drilling.
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Chevron Bioremediation Lesson Plan
 
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TEDxOilSpill - Jim Geringer - Mapping the Oil Spill Damage
 
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Jim Geringer was elected as Wyoming's 30th governor in 1994 and completed his second term in January 2003. His advocacy for technology in government has centered on the end result of using technology to enhance citizen services. That advocacy has led Jim to join in a full-time capacity with Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) the top provider of geographic information systems software. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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[91VOA]Oil Spill Puts Fisheries  Birds at Risk Along US Gulf Coast
 
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English language lessons from the audio and transcript of the Voice of America. VOA Special English helps you learn English with lesson plans, grammar lessons, news and activities.
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BP oil spill case study   David Allman
 
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David Allman - EMA 3310-70 - Fall 2014 - West Texas A&M University
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BP Oil Spill In Gulf Of Mexico - Cleanup With Hay, Why Use Toxic Dispersants?
 
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"...offshore oil extraction should be phased out because of the threat of catastrophic subsidence, in favor of the shale oil deposits of Utah, Wyoming, and Colorado.The smallest estimate of the amount of shale oil in the deposits is 400 billion barrels. With our present oil consumption at 22 million barrels per day, 400 billion barrels theoretically provides 25 million bpd for forty years, enough to provide a bridge fuel to a presumably more technically advanced future, and incidentally to crush OPEC. Given that this so completely dwarfs the several tens of billions of barrels potential of offshore extraction, offshore drilling might as well be phased out, the subsidence threat avoided, and investment capital put to other uses." "Drilling in deeper and deeper water on the continental shelves means drilling closer and closer to the inflection point where the relatively gradual slope of the shelves plunges much more steeply to the oceanic abyss. In other words, the undisturbed strata that buttress the coastlines are getting thinner and thinner. This can only lead to disaster. Should shelf subsidence cause the loose alluvial burden on the shelves to start to slide, what engineering marvel could prevent this moving silt from plunging into the abyss and generating a tsunami? Note that both sides of the Florida Strait, narrow and steep, are being actively considered for oil and gas extraction. I (a layman) agree that each case is different, but subsidence in general due to mineral/fluid extraction is already so commonplace that alarm bells should be ringing loudly and clearly. Instead we get this fatuous "Drill, baby, drill!" political sloganeering, and the subsidence issue seems totally ignored in the rush to oil riches. Again, this can only lead to disaster." http://clasticdetritus.com/2007/11/11/sea-floor-sunday-3-gulf-of-mexico-continental-slope/ FAIR USE NOTICE: These pages may contain copyrighted (©) material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. Such material is made available to advance understanding of ecological, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, moral, ethical, and social justice issues, etc. It is believed that this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, this material is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior general interest in receiving similar information for research and educational purposes. For more information go to: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/... If you wish to use copyrighted material for purposes of your own that go beyond 'fair use', you must obtain permission from the copyright owner.
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Oil Spill in US Puts Attention on Pipelines, Waterways
 
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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish In early July, an oil pipeline broke under the Yellowstone River in the western state of Montana. The Yellowstone is America's longest undammed river. The spill happened downstream from Yellowstone National Park. The burst pipe spilled as much as one thousand barrels of crude oil -- more than one hundred sixty thousand liters -- into the river. Workers shut off the Exxon Mobil pipeline, and the company continued to clean up the spill. But the river was at flood levels and flowing quickly, carrying oil downstream into wetlands, fields and yards. Exxon Mobil spokeswoman Claire Hassett said local officials had ordered a temporary shutdown of the pipeline in May to check on its condition. They were concerned with heavy rains and rising waters. But, she said, "we determined that it was safe to operate and ... we don't know what has caused this leak."Susan Casey-Lefkowitz is with the Natural Resources Defense Council, an environmental group. She says the spill shows the dangers of mixing pipelines and waterways, "especially when they are running under some of our most precious river systems that are important not just for wildlife, but also for our communities. The Yellowstone River is critical for irrigation, for example, and so it serves the needs of a lot of farmers and communities along its path."Andy Black heads the Association of Oil Pipe Lines, an industry group whose members include pipeline owners and operators. He says, "We have processes both within companies and at the associations to share learning and best practices and pursue the goal which is zero accidents."Mr. Black says the industry does not need more federal and state rules. "The regulations cover the major causes of pipeline failures, and we do not see any gaps." Susan Casey-Lefkowitz disagrees. One concern, she says, is the future of the Ogallala aquifer, a major source of water for America's central plains. A proposed pipeline called Keystone XL would cross the Ogallala to carry oil produced from tar sands in Canada for processing in Texas. Ms. Casey-Lefkowitz says, "Ironically it would actually cross the Yellowstone River where the spill just happened." For VOA Special English, I'm Mario Ritter. For more programs and activities for learning English, go to voaspecialenglish.com. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 08Jul2011)
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Environmental friendly cure for the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico
 
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See in the video the oil spill shrink by 80% for yourself: We filled water in white plastic pool. We added 1 liter crude oil on the water surface. Then, we added less than 0.5ml vegetarian formula, developed by Hanan Elraz from Green-Tec. Within few seconds the oil spill shrunk by 80% from its original size. Being 80% smaller in size, the oil spill can be pumped and recollected much easier. The water around the shrunk spill remains clear and clean and water pH remains the same (as was measured by the orange pH meter you can see in the video). With this formula, the Gulf of Mexico can be cleaned better and faster of the oil spill caused by the accident in the BP off-shore drilling rig, and so does other oil spills around the world. Contact us: office@b-greensol.com ; hanan@b-greensol.com; hanan@sam-com.co.il; rgstav@gmail.com
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Oil Spill Responsibility & Risk Assessment | Prof Mark Schwartz | LA&PS | York U
 
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Liberal Arts & Professional Studies | http://www.yorku.ca/laps | York U -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Leading researchers in risk, disaster management, ethics and the environment provided insight into the murky world of oil and the need to prepare for a potential disaster in the symposium "At the Oil: Slick Suits and Sinister Scenarios" held on March 10, 2011. York law, governance and ethics Professor Mark Schwartz discusses the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, which caused the largest off shore spill in the history of the United States. Schwartz presents an ethical critique of BP and speaks about the importance of ethical crisis management and the lessons for Canadian oil producers.
Biologists Sampling Coast to Prepare for Oil Spill - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]
 
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Texas Parks and Wildlife biologists are working their way down the state's coastline collecting environmental samples so that a baseline record is available to gauge any impact in Texas from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. The effort is part of a plan developed by multiple natural resource trustee agencies in coordination with BP. More oil spill info. at http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/site/emergency/oil_spill/
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Gulf Coast Oil Spill Could Eclipse Exxon Valdez
 
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Concerns are growing that an oil spill drifting toward the Gulf Coast could eclipse the Exxon Valdez disaster. The spill is bigger and closer than imagined, five times larger than first estimated, just a few miles from the Louisiana shore. (April 29)
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[91VOA]Oil Spill in US Puts Attention on Pipelines_ Waterways
 
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English language lessons from the audio and transcript of the Voice of America. VOA Special English helps you learn English with lesson plans, grammar lessons, news and activities.
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Clean-up continues after oil spill
 
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1. Wide of Ukraine Environment Ministry ship "Ecology" 2. Close of Ecology 3. Bridge of Ecology 4. Pan along Ecology 5. Wide of ship's deck with barriers to control spilled oil from spreading 6. Various of two crew on bridge of ship 7. Wide of tanker in distance 9. Shoreline covered with piles of spilled oil 10. Dead bird 11. Wide of man with plastic bucket approaching a bird covered in tar 12. Bird in shallow water 13. Man carrying a dying bird 14. Hands laying bird on sand and trying to scrape some oil off 15. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Vitali Sokolov, Ukraine Ministry of Emergency Situations: "All this is oil mixed with sand, and sea-weeds." Q. For how long will it last? A. For quite long Q. What do you think of all this? A. All this is bad, very bad, bad and unpleasant." 16. Wide man with plastic bucket on beach 16. Oil mixed with seaweed on shoreline 17. Helicopter from the Ukraine Ministry of Emergency Situations 18. Waves breaking on shoreline 19. Birds in flight over water STORYLINE: Environment workers are battling to contain thousands of gallons of oil following a killer storm that sank at least 11 ships and split an oil tanker in two, in the waters of the Kerch Strait between Russia and Ukraine. Officials from Ukraine's Environment Ministry moved into the area to assess the extent of the damage. Vitali Sokolov from the Ukraine Ministry of Emergency Situations said the effects of the pollution would be long lasting. "All this is bad, very bad, bad and unpleasant," he said. Officials called the break up of the tanker an environmental disaster for the region and warned that the 560,000 gallons of spilled fuel oil, which has killed an estimated 30,000 birds, could cause long-lasting damage to marine life. Leading Russian environmentalists, meanwhile, said the oil spill was triggered by years of official negligence that allowed oil transport ships to use outdated and inadequate equipment. Sunday's storm battered vessels plying the waters of the narrow Kerch Strait, connecting the Sea of Azov with the Black Sea. Russia ships almost one-quarter of its oil exports through Black Sea ports through the Bosphorus and beyond. The Russian state environmental safety watchdog, Rosprirodnadzor, said the most important task now is to build a dam to prevent the slick from floating into the Sea of Azov. However, Russia and Ukraine have a long-running argument over which country controls the waterway. Ukraine has objected in the past to Russian plans to build a similar dam. Russian Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov headed to the Black Sea region on Tuesday to assess the damage and discuss the clean up with Ukrainian officials. Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych said he would meet with Zubkov and called for a review of bilateral relations. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c2c39ad4782cdda529b7c8bf55f2ef05 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Persian Gulf Oil Spill
 
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An animated infographic on the bioremediation of the oil spill in the Persian Gulf in 1991. SBI3U3
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Cuba and US sign accord to clean up oil spills
 
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(9 Jan 2017) Cuba and the United States signed an accord Monday agreeing on cooperation for cleaning up oil spills and other contamination in the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Straits. The agreement is another step in the Obama Administration's efforts to solidify its legacy of normalization with the island nation before a Republican administration takes over later this month. The agreement calls on both countries to establish a bilateral operations plan in the event of a spill or other pollution in waters shared by the two nations. The Cuban and the U.S. Coast Guard already cooperate over migration and drug enforcement in the Caribbean, coordinating interdiction and control efforts and sharing information over activity in the waters of the Florida Straits. Both sides say the coordination over controlling potential pollution in the Caribbean is crucial to minimizing the effects of oil or other contaminants in waters off coastal communities in both countries. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5cc75e8a78bc42e7160f6a3235d4be77 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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OSPRAG Summit: Oil Spill Response - Macondo Lessons for the UK - Craig Bunyan, DECC
 
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Oil & Gas UK's OSPRAG Summit provided delegates the opportunity to find out from experts about the range of projects undertaken to bolster the industry's prevention of blowouts and in the unlikely event that such an incident occurs, the sector's response to it. The summit was chaired by Malcolm Webb, chief executive of Oil & Gas UK and provided an opportunity for the work of OSPRAG to be explored by an expert line-up of speakers including the group's project leaders, regulators and lawyers. http://www.oilandgasuk.co.uk/knowledgecentre/OSPRAG.cfm
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The BP Disaster - Lessons from the Niger Delta
 
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Host Harry Kreisler welcomes human rights lawyer Oronto Douglas, advisor to the President of Nigeria, to discuss the impact of major oil companies on the ecology and politics of Nigeria. Drawing on his experience as a native of the Niger Delta and a leader of the environmental movement there, Douglas traces the struggle for environmental justice in his homeland and analyzes the problems facing the new President of Nigeria. He also analyzes the BP disaster in the American Gulf Coast and the impact it has had on global consciousness. Series: Conversations with History [9/2010] [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 19602]
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Oil Spill Response in Chenega Bay
 
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SERVS is Alyeska Pipeline's oil spill prevention and response plan. One tragedy of the Exxon Valdez spill was that not enough materials were on hand to quickly contain the oil. Today Alyeska has the ability to recover 300,000 barrels of oil in 72 hours in Prince William Sound - that's approx. 12,600,000 gallons.
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Enbridge oil spills draw scrutiny from Congress
 
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Enbridge oil spills draw scrutiny from Congress
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On anniversary of Exxon Valdez oil spill, activists fear new disaster
 
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This week marks the 26th anniversary of the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill that dumped over 11 million gallons of crude oil into the sea, destroying hundreds miles of Alaska's coastline and killing thousands of seabirds and hundreds of sea otters, seals, bald eagles and orca whales. Environmental activists are concerned about permits that Shell Oil now has to drill in the Arctic Ocean. They cite a study indicating a 75% chance that a large spill could occur there. Despite potential risks the Department of the Interior is expected to approve exploration plans this week. Alexandra Hall reports from Washington for teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/on-anniversary-of-exxon-valdez-oil-spill-activists-fear-new-disaster/
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Lamma Oil Spill 2013
 
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June 21st 2013 an oil spill started in Lamma Island. One month later, clean up effort seems over, but the oil is still here. We need more RESEARCH and more CLEAN UP work to be done on the Lamma Island Oil Spill 2014. I propose 4 methods to study the oil spill : 1. Biological analysis 2. Aerial Photography & Mapping with visible and infrared spectrum 3. Underwater photography and mapping with visible and infrared spectrum 4. Water sample Spectrography to detect traces of oil in water All research would be done using Open Source technology and the findings published as we go. I am looking for Hong Kong residents to collaborate, get in touch : contact@protei.org -- Filming : Nadege Nguyen Editing : Cesar Harada For Protei.org Thanks to Louisiana Bucket Brigade, Public Laboratory, Lamma.com.hk, ONTV. Creative Commons 3.0 Sharealike, Attribution 2013. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/Cnx6/
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Oil Spill Puts Financial Pressure on BP
 
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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish BP is one of the world's largest energy companies. It reported a profit of about six billion dollars in the first three months of this year. That was more than double compared to a year ago. Now, BP faces growing political pressure over the worst oil spill in American history. Oil has been flowing from its damaged well in the Gulf of Mexico since April. But the company formerly called British Petroleum also faces growing financial pressure. Investors fear the long-term costs for cleanup, recovery and fines. BP's market value fell more than sixty billion dollars as its share price fell by as much as a third. On June third, BP was finally able to cut a damaged pipe at the well using robotic vehicles. The cut was not exactly as hoped, but it was progress. Crews then turned to placing a cap over the pipe -- not to stop it, but to direct at least some of the oil to ships on the surface. The leak is about one thousand five hundred meters under the sea. Yet it may not be fully controlled before August. Workers are drilling two relief wells in an effort to ease pressure on the damaged well. President Obama returned to the Gulf for his third visit since the disaster began. The Deepwater Horizon, an oil and gas drilling rig, exploded on April twentieth. In June, Attorney General Eric Holder announced criminal as well as civil investigations. He said: "The Department of Justice will ensure the American people do not foot the bill for this disaster and that our laws will be enforced as much as possible." By some estimates, the cost of the cleanup could reach thirty-seven billion dollars. The owner of the rig, the Swiss company Transocean, has asked to have its responsibility limited to twenty-seven million dollars. The request is based on a law from eighteen fifty-one. But the Justice Department says that is not enough. The government could also use violations of other federal laws such as the Clean Water Act to collect money for the spill. Oil has already reached more than one hundred kilometers of coastline in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. And it threatens the west coast of Florida. Areas of the Gulf have been closed to fishing. But job losses in the fishing industry are not the only worry. The Atlantic hurricane season officially began June first. Some people worry that officials could take their land if it becomes polluted by oil in a storm. And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 04June2010)
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BP oil spill disaster  relief plan.wmv
 
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This proposals priority is to save this disaster. Experts in related fields should decide on the detail specification and equipment structure. I hope my proposal could be considered and used to stop this crisis. Johnny J Ye CA
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BP Oil Spill One Year Later
 
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Lest we forget. After nearly a year it seems to be business as usual with the oil barons. Have any lessons really been learned, yet?
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Oil to flow into Mexican Gulf again as BP changes cap
 
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The oil giant BP is planning to install a new cap on the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico by Monday. However, oil will once again temporarily gush into the sea as engineers begin the process of replacing the existing containment device. The Deepwater Horizon rig exploded in late April killing 11 people. Considered the worst spill in U.S. history, the ecological disaster has caused damage to marine life and vast coastal areas.
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Oil Spill Trajectory
 
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What is an oil spill trajectory? A map that shows where spilled oil is likely to travel and which shorelines and other environmentally or culturally sensitive areas might be at risk. Original video source: http://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/oil-spill-trajectory.html
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Seven Years and Counting: The Kalamazoo River Oil Spill Disaster
 
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Seven years after an Enbridge pipeline spilled between 840,000 and 1.1 million gallons of oil into Talmage Creek and the Kalamazoo River, cleanup efforts are still ongoing. We talked with Paul Makoski, director of environmental health for Calhoun County; Dr. Kenneth Kornheiser, acting director for the Kalamazoo River Watershed Council; and former Congressman Mark Schauer to learn about the long-term effects of the spill. Visit http://blog.nwf.org/2017/05/line-5-oil-pipeline-a-threat-to-the-great-lakes/ for more information.
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Frontline, ProPublica Examine BP's Dismal Safety Record and Gulf Oil Spill
 
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The past decade was one of rapid growth for BP, a company that now dominates the oil industry. Mergers expanded the BP empire and cost-cutting helped keep shareholders happy. The newest collaboration between Frontline and ProPublica is an hour-long documentary called "The Spill". It looks into whether that profits-first kind of corporate culture contributed to the explosion on the Deepwater Horizon last spring. Correspondent Martin Smith and investigator Abrahm Lustgarten have joined forces to report on BP's poor safety record and the signals missed by the company and government along the way leading up to the Gulf oil disaster. From a Texas plant explosion in 2005 that killed 15 workers to the 2006 oil spill on Alaska's North Slope, BP's recent track record may have warned of a deeper problem. Smith spoke with Hari Sreenivasan about the documentary airing tonight on most PBS stations.
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The BP Crisis
 
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David Grayson and David Denyer consider how BP has managed the Gulf of Mexico oil spill crisis and the important lessons that arise out of it. For a fuller discussion watch our Debate: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQqTRFRyDg4
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Keystone Pipeline spills 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota
 
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Visit http://archive.nextanimationstudio.com or contact inquiries@nextanimation.com.tw to license this or any News Direct video. For story suggestions please contact tips@nextanimation.com.tw The Keystone Pipeline leaked 210,000 gallons, or 5,000 barrels, of oil Thursday in Marshall County, South Dakota near Amherst. Officials are currently investigating the cause of the leak, CNN reported. TransCanada, the company that owns the pipeline, said it detected a drop in pressure around 6 a.m. on Thursday morning and shut down the pipeline. The pipeline runs from Hardesty, Alberta to Cushing, Oklahoma and Wood River/Pakota, Illinois. The company said in a statement, "the section of pipe along a right-of-way approximately 35 miles (56 km) south of the Ludden pump station in Marshall County, South Dakota was completely isolated within 15 minutes and emergency procedures were activated." TransCanada said it received permission from the landowner to investigate the spill and plan cleanup, the Washington Post reported. This would be the largest Keystone oil spill to date in South Dakota, said state spokesman for the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Brian Walsh, CNN reported. ----------------------------------------­­---------------------------------------­-­---------------- Next Animation Studio’s News Direct service provides daily, high-quality, informative 3D news animations that fill in for missing footage and help viewers understand breaking news stories or in-depth features on science, technology, and health. Sign up for a free trial of News Direct's news animations at http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com/trial/ To subscribe to News Direct or for more info, please visit: http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com
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Exxon Valdez Oil Spill vs. Gulf Oil Spill
 
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A Strategic Review of the Gulf Oil Spill
 
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The CSIS Homeland Security and Counterterrorism and Energy and National Security Programs, along with LSU?s Stephenson Disaster Management Institute (SDMI), hosts the inaugural session of the CSIS-LSU Series on Disaster Management and Emergency Response Hosted in conjunction with the CSIS Impacts of the Gulf Oil Spill Series with Admiral Thad Allen, U.S. Coast Guard (Ret.) National Incident Commander, Deepwater Horizon Response
Buchanan Intros "Oil Spill Prevention Act"
 
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U.S. Congressman Vern Buchanan (FL-13) announces his new bill, the "Oil Spill Prevention Act". For more information, please visit: http://buchanan.house.gov/
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HOW TO MAKE REAL NUTELLA AT HOME
 
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Slime Sam and Sue's morning routines are very simple and include homemade breakfast and fighting over Nutella. Every single time! It was an early morning and Sue was really excited to sleep in on her day off. But obviously, Sam had other plans. He woke up early and tried to wake up Sue. That wasn't possible at the moment so he decided to find his friends and have something to eat because he was so hungry. To his deepest disappointment, no friends nor candy were to be found. No matter how hard he looked he couldn't find any candy, Ducky, T-Rex, Wonder Woman or anybody at all! Well, this is just ridiculous, Sam thought. He headed back to Sue and made another attempt to wake her up. But this time he has a secret weapon disguised as a water blaster. Very quietly and carefully he approached Sue and sprinkled her fingers. But alas, all he got was a splash back from Sue who took away his brilliant wakeup tool. I can't take it anymore, Sam said, and he reached out to the last resort, the alarm clock. After being yelled at, splashed water at and rang at Sue got up to show the mischievous slime the time of his life. He ran away, found Sue's Nutella jar and ate it all! When Sue found out she was furious as Sam just took away her breakfast! What do you do when you have nothing to eat? Well, a regular person would probably go out and eat or buy groceries but not DIY-cooking-crafting master Sue! She set her mind on making Nutella at home and got right to it. INGREDIENTS FOR HOMEMADE NUTELLA: 🍉A half-glass of sugar 🍉a half-glass of whole milk 🍉3 tablespoons of powdered milk 🍉2 tablespoons of cocoa powder, 🍉any nuts 🍉150 grams of butter 🍉a bit of vanilla sugar HOW TO MAKE NUTELLA AT HOME EASY COOKING INSTRUCTIONS: 🍋First, let's have the nuts lightly roasted. But only a little bit, that'll get this thin husk off. 🍋Now let's grind the nut in a blender. 🍋Put the nuts in a blender and see what happens. The nuts release their oil and turn into a paste! 🍋Now let's combine milk powder, sugar, cocoa and vanilla sugar. 🍋And stir it really well. 🍋Now let's add warm milk to the mixture. 🍋Stir it until there are no lumps. 🍋Warm the mixture on a hot plate and keep stirring it. 🍋Now, when it's hot, add the nut paste. 🍋And stirring, stirring, stirring... 🍋Add the butter next and keep stirring. Don't let it boil though! 🍋When the mixture becomes thicker you can remove it from the heat. 🍋Pour it in a Nutella jar very carefully. 🍋Leave to cool. 🍋Make your own Nutella label and surprise your friends with this customized jar! This sweet recipe will make a great breakfast! You can use it as spread and eat it with bread. Or use it as a dip and cover your cookies, fruits and other snacks in this chocolate deliciousness! You can also take this chocolate hazelnut spread as a to-go snack. Just pour it in a smaller container, get some breadsticks and you are all set. Mix things up a little and substitute peanut butter on your PB&jelly sandwich with this nutty paste. Eat it as a dessert after any meal or turn it into a party snack, this yummy Nutella made from scratch is definitely healthier and just as tasty as the store bought one. If you liked this episode give us a thumbs up! And if you want to see more signature recipes for kids from famous Slime Chef Sam check out his other videos! You will find out how to make gummy food, shock your friends with food pranks, learn the basics of cooking home alone, learn how to make colorful rainbow meals, different kinds of pizzas, the most bizarre milkshakes, get your mind blown off by incredible fruit animals and so much more! Simple and delicious recipes from Slime Sam are easy to follow, always include detailed instructions and tutorials and use ingredients you most likely already have, so very affordable too! Slime Sam and Sue recommend always using your parents or any adult's help when cooking. Safety comes first! What are your favorite cooking recipes? Please, share with us in the comments below! We love exploring new useful things and recipes and will be happy to make a video with your cooking ideas! Credit will be given and shoutout will be shout;) PREVIOUS EPISODE: How to Make Flipbook Animation Machine at Home https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOAuy4pdLmY&t=29s COOL SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND BACK TO SCHOOL HACKS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXnkTPt2jEc&list=PLYsskVzwBG4qfjwbbPuQuCjRfYuoulOXk This video has English subtitles for your convenience! Check out Slime Sam's Community Tab and see his best pictures, funny GIFs, new episode announcements and much more! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw5VDXH8up3pKUppIvcstNQ/community Subscribe to Sam's channel and give a thumbs up to motivate him to make more videos for you! https://goo.gl/zarVZo - - - All music is licensed under MUSIC STANDARD LICENSE: OPENING THEME Title: Cuckoo Source: https://audiojungle.net/item/cuckoo/20801073
Admiral Thad Allen Discusses Anniversary of Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
 
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RAND Corporation Senior Fellow Adm. Thad Allen, the former commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard who served as national incident commander for the federal government's response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, shares lessons learned on the one-year anniversary of the spill. He spoke with Media Relations Officer Joseph Dougherty.
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Drilling for oil & gas: Commingled Production
 
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Commingling is an efficient way of producing oil and gas. It is not an entirely new concept – OMV Austria has been using it for years after reviving it. Applying this technique, two reservoirs will produce at the same time instead of producing one after the other. The advantage and main goal is accelerating production. -------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the OMV Channel: http://www.youtube.com/OMV Follow our Blog: http://www.omv.com/blog Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/omv Follow us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/omv Follow us on XING: http://www.xing.com/company/omv Follow us on Facebook: http://www.omv.com/portal/01/com/facebook
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