Greg Palast Exxon Valdez
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- Death Came by Water, Then by Oil
- What the celebrants did not know was that that very night another tsunami would head toward them, a wave of oil from the Exxon Valdez. As the oil slick spread from the grounded tanker through Chugach waters, Exxon made the Old Chenega area what the ...
- A quarter-century later, recalling the widespread woe of Exxon Valdez
- Last year marked the 25th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound, the results of which still reverberate across Alaska.
- Oil industry whistleblower Hamel, subject of industry spy campaign, dead at 84
- Mike Gravel in the 1970s, became a conduit for industry workers and contractors who saw rule-breaking and environmental contamination on the North Slope and Valdez but would not complain to supervisors for fear of retaliation. Hamel would present the ...
- 5 years after Deepwater Horizon: How the secrets were spilled
- The engineer said a worst-case release from such a well would probably mean 2 million to 4 million gallons a day flowing into the Gulf. That would be unprecedented, the equivalent of an Exxon Valdez spill every three days.
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