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Renergie created “field-to-pump," a unique strategy to locally produce and market advanced biofuel (“non-corn fuel ethanol”) via a network of small advanced biofuel manufacturing facilities. The purpose of “field-to-pump” is to maximize rural de



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Comment on BP’s Strategy to Limit Liability in Regard to Its Gulf Oil Gusher by BP Oil Spill Victims: Kenneth Feinberg Should Not be the Sole Focus of Anger « The Donovan Law Group

Thu, 30 Dec 2010 14:06:51 +0000

[...] use an excessive and unprecedented amount of dispersant both on the surface and underwater. This toxic “out-of-sight, out-of-mind” strategy resulted in tiny dispersed droplets of oil sinking or remaining suspended in deep water rather than [...]















Comment on BP’s Strategy to Limit Liability in Regard to Its Gulf Oil Gusher by BP is Not the Only Responsible Party « Renergie's Weblog

Tue, 03 Aug 2010 17:39:56 +0000

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Comment on BP’s Strategy to Limit Liability in Regard to Its Gulf Oil Gusher by Is The BP Oil Spill Victim Compensation Fund Legitimate? « The Donovan Law Group

Mon, 02 Aug 2010 14:43:16 +0000

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Comment on BP’s Strategy to Limit Liability in Regard to Its Gulf Oil Gusher by Will Victims of the BP Oil Gusher Also Be Victims of Class Action Lawsuits and the BP Oil Spill Victim Compensation Fund? « The Donovan Law Group

Mon, 19 Jul 2010 11:53:07 +0000

[...] Under the CWA alone, gross negligence penalties based upon 3,768,934 barrels of oil spilled would equal $16,206,416,200. Unfortunately, the federal government has no intention of holding BP accountable under either OPA 90 or CWA. Pursuant to OPA Section 4201, and given that the BP oil spill is a “discharge posing substantial threat to public health or welfare,” President Obama should have federalized the collection of the oil that is in the sea and the restoration of the coastal areas impacted by the oil. Both of these activities could be done without having to federalize the operational priority of stopping the flow of oil from the well. To date, the federal government has allowed BP to use more than 1,840,000 gallons of oil dispersant. Once the well is capped and the oil is dispersed throughout the oceans of the world, who’s to say for certain whether BP’s oil well blowout gushed an average of 1,000 or 100,000 bbl... [...]



Comment on BP is Not the Only Responsible Party by The Donovan Law Group

Mon, 19 Jul 2010 11:31:42 +0000

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