About

The Gulf Oil Spill Remediation Conference is an International Citizens’ Initiative established in the wake of the BP Oil Spill that began after the sinking of the Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico on April 22th of 2010.

Much of what this conference does occurs under the radar, due to the sensitivity of information which it produces. It formed as a result of numerous interviews that were conducted with many whistleblowers within the Oil & Gas Industry, especially deep contacts who have worked for BP and other Oil Companies or their contractors. Likewise many insiders within various organs of the US Government Regulatory Apparatus stepped forward to share their knowledge of how this industry actually operates.

After hearing the description of BP’s MO – OPERATE TO FAILURE – several times, we realized it was time for someone to expose what is inarguably the most destructive inustry on the planet. Hence, the Gulf Oil Spill Remediation Conference was born.

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2 Responses to About

  1. William J. Connerty says:

    Please sent me an email. I live next door to the headquarters of NALCO in Naperville, Illinois. I also own a broadcast company. I would like to take matters to the next steps. It’s time to take it to NALCO! Let’s organize a grass roots campaign in Naperville, Illinois right now! I can help coordinate activities here locally. I am serious about this. Let’s get moving on this. We need to address the issues before the City Council of Naperville and all citizens of this community. A lot of people are going to get very sick in the gulf. If the gulf winds blow up here (and they will) it could get very ugly.

  2. William J. Connerty says:

    Can you please help me get a list of all the mayors of every community throughout the gulf that is being impacted by this event. I need to put together a joint “investigative” resolution signed by all these mayors to present to the City of Naperville mayor for his records.

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