Open Line Fun Sunday with your calls and questions! Captain Mickey updates you on his nephew playing in the Shell Houston open and then switches gears for some fishing. He and Captain Bennie help you work your way through some rainy and windy conditions along the Gulf Coast.
Boy, it’s been windy! The wind has been effecting the fishing and now another storm system moving through over the next few days. Captain Mickey gets the latest reports and fishing input from the pros on the water.
Cannon booms reverberate across the Houston Ship Channel, a scare tactic to keep birds away from oil-slicked beaches. On a mainland shore near a line of refineries, crews scour the sand for quarter-sized tar balls that have washed ashore.
No Timetable Set To Reopen Major Shipping Channel After 170,000 Gallons Of Tar-Like Oil Spills Into Waterway
No timetable has been set to reopen a major U.S. shipping channel after nearly 170,000 gallons of tar-like oil spilled into the Texas waterway, but more help was being called in Monday to contain the spill and protect important shorebird habitat.
The cleanup of an unknown amount of thick, sticky oil that spilled into the Galveston Bay blocked the movement of about 60 ships, including three cruise ships, between the Gulf of Mexico and one of the world’s busiest petrochemical transportation waterways.
Cleanup efforts under way after a barge carrying a million gallons of crude oil collided with a ship.
A court had ruled against BP’s bid to require proof from those claiming losses from the 2010 Gulf oil spill.
A deadlocked jury has returned for a third day of deliberations in the case against a former BP engineer charged with deleting text messages to obstruct a probe of the company’s massive 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
A federal appeals court is wading into a high-stakes dispute over the terms of a multibillion-dollar settlement of claims arising from BP’s massive 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Nearly three years after a deadly rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico triggered the nation’s worst offshore oil spill, a federal judge in New Orleans is set to preside over a high-stakes trial for the raft of litigation spawned by the disaster.