The only way to tell whether ethanol is present in gasoline is to look at the gasoline pump. If it contains ethanol, there should be a large sticker on it stating what percent…age of ethanol is in the gasoline. (MORE)
this is what ive found very briefly. it dose not represent all dead animals but gives a good outline .
Diving birds constituted the majority of the nearly 20,000 dead birds …that were recovered. The oyster mortality from the spill was estimated at 9,000 tons. Fishermen in the area caught fish with skin ulcerations and tumors..
Some of the fish caught in the area reportedly had a strong taste of petroleum. Although echinoderm and small crustacean populations almost completely disappeared, the populations of many species recovered within a year. Cleanup activities on rocky shores, such as pressure-washing, also caused habitat impacts. (MORE)
\nStandard Oil of Indiana, which became the American Oil Company, is now part of BP.\n.
\nI am reading the Wikipedia page on Amoco, and they seem to be a great innovator in p…etroleum, inventing the drive-through gas station, the gas truck and well fracturing. (MORE)
AMOCO became part of BP (formerly known as British Petroleum) when they merged in 1998. Its ticker symbol was AN prior to the merger. BP continues to market products under the… AMOCO brand. The ticker symbol of BP is BP. (MORE)
Amoco is a brand owned by BP. BP bought Amoco Corporation in 1998. The merged company was known as "BP Amoco" until 2001, then changed its name to BP p.l.c. The letters BP …do not stand for British Petroleum any more. The company is a global supermajor, headquartered in London, traded in New York and London, with operations on all continents. Most of its U.S. workforce are former employees or Amoco and Arco (Atlantic Richfield). Under CEO Sir John Browne, BP used the slogan 'Beyond Petroleum', implying an effort to become an "energy company" rather than strictly an oil and gas company. Other brands owned by BP include Castrol (engine oils), Aral (German network of gas stations), ARCO. (MORE)