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So in reviewing Deepwater Horizon, I have to admit that I have a particular bias – I work in the oil industry (Surprise! Most movie critics don't review full time for a living. Those bribery checks from the studios don't cover all the bills). Not only do I work in the oil industry, I work for a major oil company (not BP) ...
'The Great Invisible' movie review: Deepwater Horizon doc focus on the human toll of the BP oil spill ... And we meet people like Deepwater Horizon chief mechanic Doug Brown (no relation to the director), who cheated death on the rig that day and whose amateur video provides some of the most ...

Before the explosion, the neck surgeries and the suicidal depression, Doug Brown would fly every six weeks from Portland to New Orleans, then helicopter out to the steel island in the Gulf. And each time he closed on the Deepwater Horizon, Brown realized how much he loved the job and his sense of ...
These “impacts” (one of the most Orwellian euphemisms since the Pentagon came up with “collateral damage”) include the spilling of an estimated 176 million gallons into the Gulf of Mexico for 57 days after the April 20, 2010 explosion aboard the Deepwater Horizon offshore oil-drilling rig operated by BP ...
Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Margaret Brown returns to her Alabama home to film the aftermath of the BP oil spill that transfixed the nation in the spring of ... Doug Brown, who was working on Deep Water Horizon and survived the explosion, really opened up to you and your cameras, sharing the ...
“The Great Invisible” tells the story of the BP spill through the eyes of men still haunted by it. .... Doug Brown was chief engineer on the Deepwater Horizon when the rig exploded in 2010. ... [Rig hand] Stephen Stone and Doug Brown were absolutely the hardest people to get to agree to be in the film.

Above all, they tell of their betrayal by Transocean, the rig's owner, and BP, its operator—companies to which they gave their best years, and which they now blame for systematically walking back basic ... Doug Brown was chief engineer on the Deepwater Horizon when the rig exploded in 2010. Courtesy ...
According to medical records provided to CNN, Doug Brown has been diagnosed with a litany of mental issues from the injuries he sustained and the horrors he saw onboard the Deepwater Horizon including post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, and depression and anxiety. His wife ...
(CNN) -- The morning the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, a BP executive and a Transocean official argued over how to proceed with the drilling, rig survivors told CNN's Anderson Cooper in an exclusive interview. The survivors' ... BP won the argument, said Doug Brown, the rig's chief mechanic.
So in reviewing Deepwater Horizon, I have to admit that I have a particular bias – I work in the oil industry (Surprise! Most movie critics don't review full time for a living. Those bribery checks from the studios don't cover all the bills). Not only do I work in the oil industry, I work for a major oil company (not BP) ...

Doug Brown, the chief engineer on the Deepwater Horizon in 2010, and his wife, Meccah Boynton-Brown. (Steve Duin) .... In September, a federal judge in New Orleans ruled that BP acted with gross negligence on Deepwater Horizon, and Brown says that wouldn't surprise anyone who was there: "I saw.
These “impacts” (one of the most Orwellian euphemisms since the Pentagon came up with “collateral damage”) include the spilling of an estimated 176 million gallons into the Gulf of Mexico for 57 days after the April 20, 2010 explosion aboard the Deepwater Horizon offshore oil-drilling rig operated by BP ...
Doug Brown, who was working on Deep Water Horizon and survived the explosion, really opened up to you and your cameras, sharing the tremendous physical and emotional trauma he's experiencing. Considering the gross negligence that led to this disaster, which you detail in the film, why is Doug not ...
“The Great Invisible” tells the story of the BP spill through the eyes of men still haunted by it. .... Doug Brown was chief engineer on the Deepwater Horizon when the rig exploded in 2010. ... [Rig hand] Stephen Stone and Doug Brown were absolutely the hardest people to get to agree to be in the film.
According to medical records provided to CNN, Doug Brown has been diagnosed with a litany of mental issues from the injuries he sustained and the horrors he saw onboard the Deepwater Horizon including post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, and depression and anxiety. His wife ...
(CNN) -- The morning the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, a BP executive and a Transocean official argued over how to proceed with the drilling, rig survivors told CNN's Anderson Cooper in an exclusive interview. The survivors' ... BP won the argument, said Doug Brown, the rig's chief mechanic.
Once all fuel pumps have been made "more addressable," FIS and others will be free to build a variety of apps and mobile wallets that interact with the pumps, said Doug Brown, the head of FIS Mobile. Some consumers may be loyal to BP, for instance, and ...


 

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