Media Releases

BP Go Home: BP Investment in Equinor’s Bay du Nord oil project - Media Statement

For Immediate Release: June 13, 2022

BP was found to be reckless and responsible for the Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The 2010 spill resulted in the deaths of 11 oil workers and 30 million gallons of oil from the BP spill remain in the Gulf — the equivalent of nearly three Exxon Valdez spills. Oil from the spill continues to coat the ocean floor, and the disaster continues to affect fish and wildlife in the area over a decade later. 

Media Release: Enbridge admits Line 5 has little effect on gasoline prices

Bombshell statement comes in court filing from company’s expert consultant

In sharp contrast to what Canadian pipeline company Enbridge has been telling consumers and policymakers, one of the company’s experts has filed a court document that says gasoline prices will rise less than a penny in Michigan if the Line 5 oil pipeline shuts down. 

Press Release: Video Projection at Equinor’s AGM in Norway highlighted risks of Bay du Nord to marine life and global warming

Equinor, Norway, Stop Bay du Nord
Also today: Concerned Newfoundlanders and Labradorians protest at Equinor’s office in St. John’s, and Equinor’s AGM hears directly from a Canadian on the risks of Bay du Nord.

A striking projection appeared on buildings and other local landmarks in Stavanger on the eve of Equinor’s AGM. The videos featured testimony from Canadians opposing Equinor’s proposed offshore oil project, Bay du Nord, highlighting the risks to marine habitat and the climate.