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2010 Texas City BP Refinery(29 images)

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Texas City BP Refinery
  • A Texas City 'Welcome' sign is displayed on a public road near the Texas City BP refinery. Taking up nearly two square miles, the refinery is one of the largest in the United States and is the largest employer in Texas City.  The plant has had numerous environmental and safety problems.
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  • Dr. R. L. Calhoun, the Pastor of New Life Fellowship in Texas City, Texas, stands with his bible. Dr. Calhoun was one of the local religeous leaders to lead the memorial service at the BP refinery after the 2005 explosion that killed fifteen workers.
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  • A Texas City 'Welcome' sign is displayed on a public road near the Texas City BP refinery. Taking up nearly two square miles, the refinery is one of the largest in the United States and is the largest employer in Texas City.  The plant has had numerous environmental and safety problems.
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  • The massive BP refinery sits on the horizon from many vantage points in Texas City.
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  • The BP Texas City Office is located in an old KMart building in a shopping center. The nearby BP refinery is one of the largest in the United States, taking up nearly two square miles, and is the largest employer in Texas City. The refinery has had environmental and safety problems, including a 2005 explosion that killed 15 workers, and numerous toxic leaks.
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  • Dr. R. L. Calhoun, the Pastor of New Life Fellowship in Texas City, Texas, stands with his bible. Dr. Calhoun was one of the local religeous leaders to lead the memorial service at the BP refinery after the 2005 explosion that killed fifteen workers.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, talks about the March 23, 2005 blast that killed fifteen people, eleven of whom worked for him. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • Dr. R. L. Calhoun, the Pastor of New Life Fellowship in Texas City, Texas, stands in his church office. Dr. Calhoun was one of the local religeous leaders to lead the memorial service at the BP refinery after the 2005 explosion that killed fifteen workers.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, visits the grave of Art Ramos in Pearland, Texas. Mr. Ramos worked for Mr. Senko along with ten others that were killed in the March 23, 2005 explosion. Fifteen people were killed that day. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • Dr. R. L. Calhoun, the Pastor of New Life Fellowship in Texas City, Texas, stands in his church office. Dr. Calhoun was one of the local religeous leaders to lead the memorial service at the BP refinery after the 2005 explosion that killed fifteen workers.
    Rosenfield_...jpg
  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, visits the grave of Art Ramos in Pearland, Texas. Mr. Ramos worked for Mr. Senko along with ten others that were killed in the March 23, 2005 explosion. Fifteen people were killed that day. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, visits the grave of Art Ramos in Pearland, Texas. Mr. Ramos worked for Mr. Senko along with ten others that were killed in the March 23, 2005 explosion. Fifteen people were killed that day. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, visits the grave of Art Ramos in Pearland, Texas. Mr. Ramos worked for Mr. Senko along with ten others that were killed in the March 23, 2005 explosion. Fifteen people were killed that day. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, visits the grave of Art Ramos in Pearland, Texas. Mr. Ramos worked for Mr. Senko along with ten others that were killed in the March 23, 2005 explosion. Fifteen people were killed that day. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, visits the grave of Art Ramos in Pearland, Texas. Mr. Ramos worked for Mr. Senko along with ten others that were killed in the March 23, 2005 explosion. Fifteen people were killed that day. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, visits the grave of Art Ramos in Pearland, Texas. Mr. Ramos worked for Mr. Senko along with ten others that were killed in the March 23, 2005 explosion. Fifteen people were killed that day. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, at his home in Houston, Texas.  Eleven of the fifteen people killed in the blast on March 23, 2005, were working for Mr. Senko. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, at his home in Houston, Texas.  Eleven of the fifteen people killed in the blast on March 23, 2005, were working for Mr. Senko. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, at his home in Houston, Texas.  Eleven of the fifteen people killed in the blast on March 23, 2005, were working for Mr. Senko. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
    Rosenfield_...jpg
  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, at his home in Houston, Texas.  Eleven of the fifteen people killed in the blast on March 23, 2005, were working for Mr. Senko. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
    Rosenfield_...jpg
  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, at his home in Houston, Texas.  Eleven of the fifteen people killed in the blast on March 23, 2005, were working for Mr. Senko. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • David Senko, a former construction manager at BP's Texas City refinery, at his home in Houston, Texas.  Eleven of the fifteen people killed in the blast on March 23, 2005, were working for Mr. Senko. Mr. Senko crusades for stronger safety measures for workers, and feels that BP has not been held accountable for the 2005 catastrophe.
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  • The coastal town of Texas City is surrounded by industrial parks and refineries.
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  • Nessler Park in Texas City, Texas after heavy rains. Texas City is home to a massive BP refinery.
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  • Kenneth Minor and his dog Nicky go for a walk in Nessler Park in Texas City, Texas after heavy rains. Texas City is home to a massive BP refinery.
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