Three offshore oil companies and three individuals have been charged for their roles in causing the November 2012 explosion of an oil production platform in the Gulf of Mexico that killed three workers, injured several others, and created an oil spill. Black Elk Energy Offshore Operations and Grand Isle Shipyards Inc. were charged with three counts of involuntary manslaughter, eight counts of failing to follow proper safety practices under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA), and one count of violating the Clean Water Act. Wood Group PSN Inc. and employees Don Moss, 46, of Texas; Curtis Dantin, 50, of ... Read More
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