Hurricane Ivan, Taylor Energy, and the 16-Year Spill That’s Still Leaking

Originally published at https://fossilfuel.com on January 18, 2020.

Hurricane Ivan was the strongest storm since Hurricane Andrew 12 years before. And while hurricanes are a regular occurrence in the Gulf of Mexico — to be expected and prepared for by every producer operating in the Gulf — Ivan’s wave heights blew through the 100-year…

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