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Only the Brave review "One of the year's best films"

Films based on true events are ten-a-penny these days. From 2015s stunning American Sniper and 2016s breath-taking Deepwater Horizon to the critically acclaimed Patriots Day, 519 more words

Entertainment

New Artwork at VUE Irish Contemporary Art Fair at RHA until Sunday 5th November

2° C, a group show on climate change at Vue Art Fair 2017, RHA (2-5 Nov) & at Olivier Cornet Gallery (16 Dec-15 Feb 2018)

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Claire Halpin

Deepwater Horizon: EpiLLOG

By David Middleton – Re-Blogged From http://www.WattsUpWithThat.com

The movie Deepwater Horizon is probably the only movie ever made that actually tried to realistically depict oil drilling operations.  4,783 more words

Energy Policy

Five things you should know before you start your work day on Oct. 24

Good morning! Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. There’s an innovative solution to fill empty labour camps in the oil patch, the man at the centre of the Deepwater Horizon disaster shares some lessons and the exit of the Bay’s CEO is likely to do little to ease investors’ retail worries. 668 more words

Executive

Deepwater Horizon: EpiLLOG

Guest post by David Middleton

The movie Deepwater Horizon is probably the only movie ever made that actually tried to realistically depict oil drilling operations.  While it didn’t get every detail right, it was compellingly realistic (too realistic for me watching it on IMAX) and told the story of how ordinary people, just doing their jobs, can become heroes when everything goes wrong.  2,521 more words

Petroleum

BP Chairman Who Presided Over Gulf Spill Announces Retirement

LONDON (AP) – Energy firm BP announced Thursday that Carl-Henric Svanberg, the chairman who presided over the company during the Deepwater Horizon spill, has decided to retire. 276 more words

News

"Deepwater Horizon" Review

Deepwater Horizon is not an in-depth look at one of the worst oil spills in U.S. history; it’s a disaster picture that drapes itself in the American flag as it runs around the explosions. 957 more words

Jagger Czajka