Tell the EPA Not to Cut a Deal With BP

Sign the Petition Urging the EPA Not to Lift BP’s Suspension

For the past 15 months, BP — the corporation responsible for the Gulf oil disaster and numerous other safety, environmental and ethics violations — has been prohibited from receiving new oil drilling leases or other federal contracts.

But just this week, the president of BP America Inc. told an oil and gas association that “the company is getting closer to an agreement that would let it participate in federal oil lease sales and get other federal contracts.”

Sign Below to Support EPA’s Suspension of BP from Federal Contracts.


We the undersigned, urge the EPA not to reach an agreement with BP that would reward the corporation with lucrative contracts and access to natural resources extracted from public land and waters. We believe that the government's case in defense of its decision to maintain BP's suspension from federal contracts is strong, and we want the case to go forward so the court can rule against BP.



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Number Date Name Add a comment to the ...
4655 3.7 years ago Honathan Weidman
4654 3.7 years ago Michelle Stern
4653 3.7 years ago wayne gray BP has not fulfilled their cleanup obligations and has demonstrated a complete lack of concern for rules and regulations in the gulf, in their Texas refinery or in Alaska and therefor they should no...
4652 3.7 years ago Margaret Goodman BP has not shown that it will be responsible.
4651 3.7 years ago james tevis
4650 3.7 years ago Stephanie Goldbach
4649 3.7 years ago Bruce Braley BP got off lightly enough as it is--and continues to renege and attempt to renege on its obligations.
4648 3.7 years ago Jerry Bolick
4647 3.7 years ago Natasha Brenner
4646 3.7 years ago Terence Travis
4645 3.7 years ago Anne Lorenzo
4644 3.7 years ago Remy Gessinger
4643 3.7 years ago Mike M
4642 3.7 years ago Richard Robinson
4641 3.7 years ago Anonymous
4640 3.7 years ago Gerald & Holly Phillips
4639 3.7 years ago Roxanna Morgado
4638 3.7 years ago Barbara Suruga
4637 3.7 years ago Dave Wiig
4636 3.7 years ago Matthew Downs
4635 3.7 years ago Judith Rosenbaum
4634 3.7 years ago Pam Lynn
4633 3.7 years ago Mark Haasis
4632 3.7 years ago Laurence Leighton
4631 3.7 years ago Sally Picciotto
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