Date Company Accusation City / Area / Country Source Tags Media
19/09/2013HalliburtonPleads guilty to destroying 2010 Gulf spill evidence - $200.000 & 3-year probation.New Orleans, LA, United StatesReuters, US Department of JusticeFraud
Drilling rig 'Deepwater Horizon' on lease to BP explodes and catches fire - 11 killed, 17 injured; 4.9 million oil barrels leaked; local wildlife, fishing and tourism immensely damaged; potential health hazards for clean-up workers and coastal residents; multiple lawsuits for companies involved; BP pleaded guilty to criminal charges; reparations and damages - over £20 billion.Gulf of MexicoUS Department of Justice, Business & Human Rights Resource Center, Financial TimesDeaths, Injuries & Diseases, Occupational Hazard, Pollution
Companies ordered to clean up Santa Fe Springs superfund site from year-long dumping of metal wastes, PAHs and VOCs. Cleanup costs - $9.08 million.CA, United StatesUS Environmental Protection AgencyPollution