IAN in the Media

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The Baton Rouge (LA) Advocate (Tue 22 Feb, 2011)
Around Acadiana
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise will host a series of lectures for the University of Louisiana at Lafayette during the spring semester. The lecture series will kick off at 4:30 p.m. Thursday with Donald F. Boesch presenting "The Gulf Oil Disaster and the Future of Offshore Drilling."


The Baton Rouge (LA) Advocate (Sat 12 Feb, 2011)
Allen: Wait on oil leak inquiries
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON — Retired U.S. Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen cautioned Congress members Friday not to rush to pass oil spill legislation until all investigations into the BP rig explosion are complete.


The New Orleans Times-Picayune (Fri 11 Feb, 2011)
National Oil Spill Commission members say new safety regime would cost oil industry about 7 to 12 cents a barrel of oil
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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It would cost the oil and gas industry about 7 to 12 cents a barrel of oil to pay for an augmented federal regulatory regime that might help avoid a repeat of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, two members of the National Oil Spill Commission told Congress Friday.


The New York Times (Fri 11 Feb, 2011)
Spill Commissioners Call for Review of Energy Policy
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Two members of President Obama's commission on the Deepwater Horizon explosion and spill said at a Congressional hearing on Friday that regulatory failures and industry overconfidence helped lead to the catastrophe and called for an overhaul of federal oversight of offshore drilling and a transition to safer, cleaner forms of energy.
The blazing Deepwater Horizon rig.Reuters The blazing Deepwater Horizon rig.


Bloomberg Business Wire (Fri 11 Feb, 2011)
Oil Industry Urged to Pay $200 Million for Drilling Oversight
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The U.S. oil industry should pay about $200 million a year to support stricter and more efficient oversight of drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, a member of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill said.


Politico (Fri 11 Feb, 2011)
Thad Allen: Spill bills should wait
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The former head of the Obama administration's effort to address last year's BP Gulf of Mexico spill says Congress should wait until ongoing probes into the spill are completed before lawmakers rush forward with comprehensive oil spill legislation.


Politico (Thu 27 Jan, 2011)
Critics: SOTU passed by Gulf Coast
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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When President Barack Obama visited the Gulf Coast last spring at the height of the BP oil disaster, he promised the region and its problems - tar-stained beaches, oil-soaked wildlife, sidelined fishermen and idle tourism workers - would stay high on his agenda, even if others lost interest.


The Huffington Post (Wed 26 Jan, 2011)
Spill Commission Concludes Dispersants Are an Acceptable 'Tradeoff'
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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If one were to judge by the amount of media attention and press recently the BP blowout at the Macondo site in the Gulf of Mexico nine months ago is a wrap. The report given to President Obama from the National Oil Spill Commission, which was completed on a very tight timeline, provides an overview of the spill and recommendations for ensuring such an incident does not happen again in the future. Unfortunately, due to time constraints, the report did not include or consider a sufficient amount of independent data regarding the short- and long-term impacts of the spill on the ecosystems, marine life, and human health. Independent studies on all aspects of the spill have been hampered by both a lack of funding and the withholding of critical data from researchers by government agencies and BP. Even as the report was released and commissioners holding forums and press briefings along the Gulf Coast, record amounts of crude continue to roll in with the tides. On Thursday, January 13, a record 17,000 lbs of crude was collected from the surf on one small section of beach in the Ft. Morgan area of Alabama.


The Baton Rouge (LA) Advocate (Tue 25 Jan, 2011)
Environmentalists, oil industry seek mention of Gulf
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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WASHINGTON — Both oil drilling supporters and environmental groups said Monday that they are hoping President Barack Obama makes some reference to the BP oil leak in his State of the Union Address on Tuesday night.


Chemical and Engineering News (Mon 24 Jan, 2011)
Transforming Deep-Sea Drilling
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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A cornerstone of U.S. energy policy—domestic offshore oil and natural gas drilling and production—is likely to be transformed with enactment of recommendations of the presidentially appointed National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill & Offshore Drilling.



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