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05-Feb-2012

  • Blue Dolphin Announces 2011 Annual Stockholders Meeting Results

    HOUSTON, Jan. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Dolphin Energy Company (Nasdaq:BDCO - News) ("Blue Dolphin"), an independent oil and gas company, today announced the results of its 2011 Annual Meeting of ...


  • Rare Maui's dolphin numbers still dropping

    The world's†rarest dolphin could be down to fewer than 80 individuals, with conservationists enraged after a female was killed last month.


  • Dead dolphin sparks call to extend set-net ban

    A rare dolphin found dead in a Taranaki fisherman's set net has politicians, environmentalists and commercial fishermen seeking law changes.


  • Dolphin Mystery Captivates Cape Cod

    A Cape Cod animal rescue team works to save about 116 dolphins stranded along Cape Cod.


  • Dolphin's death reignites calls for set net ban

    Conservationists angered by the death of a Maui's dolphin in a set net off the Taranaki coast want the practice banned to save the world's rarest dolphin. read more


  • Maui's Dolphin Mortality

    The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF) believes that a dolphin reported accidentally killed by a set net off the coast of Taranaki was likely a Maui's dolphin.


  • Research urged into ?troubling and tragic? Cape Cod dolphin strandings; 10 more believed in danger

    A Massachusetts congressman today called the recent string of more than 100 dolphin strandings on Cape Cod ‚troubling and tragic‚ and urged an investigation into the cause, even as an animal welfare group said another 10 dolphins were in danger.


  • Dolphin Tower reaches settlement with insurer

    The amount of the settlement ? and how far it will go to pay the hefty per-unit assessments involved in making the building habitable ? is unclear.


  • Dolphin group secures ?48,000 grant to refit former Haughey boat

    Celtic Mist.


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