Travel Environment Watch - Latin America / Caribbean.
New York, West Palm Beach (AirGuide - Travel Environment Watch Latin America / Caribbean) Aug 8, 2010
Scientists see hope for full Gulf of Mexico recovery. Environmental scientists are hopeful that the Gulf of Mexico will recover from the BP oil spill. Several experts describe the Gulf as "resilient," noting that the body of water has long suffered pollution and contamination and yet ecosystems have survived. Studies show that the Gulf has self-cleaned, eliminating some 84 million gallons of oil so far. Aug 6, 2010
TAM Brazil's TAM Empreendimentos e Participaes is negotiating with Petroleum Helicopters the final details of a joint venture helicopter enterprise dedicated to the flourishing Brazilian offshore market. While details are scant, market sources indicated that the intention is to start operations at the end of this year with three Sikorsky S-76++ helicopters leased from Louisiana-based PHI, although mid-term plans envisage a larger fleet that would include Sikorsky S-92s. Aug 2, 2010
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|Title Annotation:||Gulf of Mexico; TAM Brazil; Petroleum Helicopters Inc.|
|Comment:||Travel Environment Watch - Latin America / Caribbean.(Gulf of Mexico)(TAM Brazil)(Petroleum Helicopters Inc.)|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Aug 9, 2010|
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