Still Not Over: Three years later
April 18, 2013 | Posted by Kevin Chandler in Latest News

Saturday, April 20 marks three years since the start of the BP oil disaster. Three years since the explosion that left 11 men dead and spewed 4.1 million barrels of oils into the Gulf of Mexico. Though time has passed, the spill's effects are still unfolding. Researchers continue to monitor conditions on the ground. The new science continuing to come out demonstrates that the disaster's effects won't be fully known for years. The legal proceedings continue, too. Just this week, first phase of BP's civil trial wrapped up in New Orleans. This phase will determine BP's level of responsibility in the spill.

The infographic below contains important dates and facts from the past three years. With impacts on such a large-scale as this, we can only hope that restoration will happen soon.

After reading this post, take action! Tell BP it's time to stop stalling and pay up. We'll make sure your message gets to them.

2 Responses to Still Not Over: Three years later

  1. Jeffrey Riney says:

    This irritates me to no end and I am so frustrated over this!!!! ARGH!!!!!!

  2. Tina jordan says:

    If there is anyone in the entire states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and select counties in Texas and Florida who need assistance in filing their damage claim in the Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill please do not hesitate to contact me. You can get started here: bp.claimscomp.com/tinajordan/

    Feel free to pass this information on to anyone you believe should file a claim.

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