March 2007: Eva Rowe in Washington, D.C., meeting U.S. Rep. Also killed in the trailer that day were Morris King, who died only a few feet away from where Leining was pinned. March 2007: Eva Rowe, with portrait of her deceased parents, offering testimony at Congressional hearing on the BP Texas City disaster.
James was 44, and Linda 43. They had married when they were young and settled near James’s family, in Hornbeck, Louisiana, a tiny town with 500 or so residents not far from the Texas border. Merritt: Twenty-five percent of their fixed costs were cut. And in that section of the refinery, there was a lot of equipment running. All in all a short, sweet, sexy and utterly delicious story. …more.
Every day of the week and twice on Sundays.True, the sexual repression puts a damper on things, but he’s a Duke! Bradley: So, as the Texas refinery got older, and needed more maintenance, more attention to safety, BP cut the budget in those areas?
Warning signs of a possible disaster were present for several years, but company officials did not intervene effectively to prevent it. But what could the Duke’s driver want with a dishonest cheat like him, beyond a bit of rough sex? It takes the gamble of Will’s life to find out if he can win Jack’s heart.
Back in Hornbeck, Eva arranged the double funeral for her parents, and there was also the matter of her parents’ modest estate, over which there came to be some differences and infighting. Max tries to resist the lure of Tristan’s affable and intoxicating personality, and he does a good job of maintaining his stoicism much longer than most would’ve lasted against Tristan’s considerable charms. About two weeks before jurors were to be selected, the two sides appeared to be making some progress in their talks. Regency London – where polite manners and spotless reputations reign supreme.
When reporters asked Rowe in a news conference if she could ever forgive BP for what happened to her parents, she replied: “I’ll probably never say BP is a good company. The refinery that day was re-starting a unit that had been down for repairs. It was a tower processing unit being filled with gasoline. They killed my parents to save money.” Eva Rowe thereafter became an advocate for worker safety issues, having designated a portion of the settlement money to oil refinery workplace safety research and education. Then on the morning of November 9th, 2006, when jury selection was about to begin, BP decided to settle and meet Eva Rowe’s terms.
The result was the worst workplace catastrophe in more than a decade.” When the final CSB report was issues on March 2007 it also noted: “The Texas City disaster was caused by organizational and safety deficiencies at all levels of the BP Corporation. Brent Coon, attorney, Beaumont, TX.Eva Rowe, still in a grieving state, losing weight, and having some sleepless nights, was hearing stories from survivors of the blast about lack of maintenance at the BP plant and malfunctioning alarms. And some, you know, bones and stuff that were… protruding from his chin.” Rodriguez died in the ambulance.
After her frantic efforts trying to locate her parents following the explosion – calling the plant, hospitals, relatives, and visiting a neighboring worker – she was told unofficially at 4 am that her parents were presumed to be among those killed. Max gives Tristan the confidence to rise above his appointed station in life.This is my first encounter with Ms. March and I went straight into Sharp Love (book 2 of this series); that’s how much I loved this story. Still, he continued to crank the truck’s engine, not knowing what was happening, as co-workers frantically tried to stop him, but it was too late. A spark from the engine touched off the gas cloud and ignited a firestorm.
The story did lull for me a bit in the middle, but it didn’t last long and in the grand scheme of things it didn’t detract from my loving this book to pieces. …more. Texas City Explosion Library. “Texas City Refinery Explosion,” Wikipedia . March 2010. OSHA cited the BP-Husky oil refinery near Toledo, Ohio for workplace safety violations and proposed fines of more than $3 million. BP then operated and jointly owned the refinery with Canadian-based Husky Energy. Brent Coon is seated behind her at right.
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