2010-06-11 / General Stories
Halting Offshore Drilling Would Threaten U.S.
Lessons Learned from Oil Spill Must Spur Greater Safety and Oversight
For nearly forty years, oil rigs have been safely drawing natural resources from the depths of the earth’s crust in the Gulf of Mexico. Up until the tragic explosion on the Deepwater Horizon in April, oil and gas development off the Gulf Coast has been conducted without major incident.
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