Tell the EPA What You Think of Its Deal With BP

Sign the Petition to Oppose the BP Deal

Last week, the EPA reached an agreement with BP that lifts the corporation’s suspension from acquiring new oil drilling leases and other lucrative federal contracts.

The president of BP America called the deal “fair and reasonable” — it is anything but!

Sign Your Name Below to Oppose the Unjust BP Deal


And then use the comment space to add your own words to describe the deal.



1-25 of 3389 signatures
Number Date Name What do you think of BP's ...
3389 2.8 years ago Patrick Stoffel
3388 2.9 years ago Christopher Dunham very bad
3387 3.2 years ago E B Terrible!
3386 3.2 years ago K. Arnone
3385 3.3 years ago Laura Horning
3384 3.3 years ago Edward Lewek
3383 3.3 years ago Christine Snyder
3382 3.4 years ago Carlos Echevarria
3381 3.4 years ago Dennis Yee
3380 3.5 years ago Diane LaMagdeleine twisted and dishonorable
3379 3.5 years ago Caolan Eder
3378 3.5 years ago Janis Todd
3377 3.5 years ago Janice Foss
3376 3.6 years ago Andreina Granado
3375 3.6 years ago Jeffery Wyatt
3374 3.6 years ago Mark Teig This deal is BS! It is absolute corporate welfare at its worst!
3373 3.6 years ago v l HELL NO! NO NEW LEASES FOR EVIL BP! PRISON TIME FOR ALL WHO CAUSED THE MASSIVE CATASTROPHE!
3372 3.6 years ago Anonymous Habitual. Untrustworthy. Wow let me go polluting our water= Jailtime and fines. BP polluting water=a kiss and make up and if it happens again, its okay. Business as usual. EPA= Weak and do not deser...
3371 3.6 years ago Larry Beane BP should have paid more and never be allowed into offshore oil. Their head employees and decision makers should be taxed at 45%+. They should also serve prison time til there is no more mess, a...
3370 3.6 years ago Connie Jones
3369 3.6 years ago Richard Houle
3368 3.6 years ago Kathy Kurutz
3367 3.6 years ago Helen Goldenberg
3366 3.6 years ago Theo Block
3365 3.6 years ago Daniel Woods
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