Dozens of workers were evacuated from a natural gas rig in the Gulf of Mexico Jan. 30 after it began spewing methane gas into the air and continued out of control into the next day. Although no workers were reportedly injured, the ocean conservation group Oceana says that the incident underscores a much bigger threat, one posed by allowing energy companies to drill in deeper, more remote regions of the globe at a time when rigs in the relatively shallow and accessible Gulf are spilling pollution with alarming regularity. On Jan. 30, Metairie, Louisiana-based EvVen Energy Ventures was operating a ... Read More
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