Taylor "Not In a Position to Discuss Investment Advice"

 

“We’re really not in a position to discuss investment advice,” Mr. Pecue, sole employee of Taylor Energy. 

During a coastal chat on 91.5fm, James Hartwell and Scott Eustis renewable energy and the Taylor Energy leak and the company's reluctance to disclose any information about environmental impact.

James Hartwell reveals the secret of the eternal leak in the Gulf of Mexico, the Taylor Energy disaster. Although the company was forced to present information on its 11-year leak in the Gulf of Mexico, the meeting spurred more questions than answers. Lt Gen Russel Honore of the GreenArmy, a statewide environmental movement in Louisiana, excused himself after a Taylor representative threatened to shut down the meeting after the General asked questions concerning the environmental impacts of the oil.  [program starts at 3min]

Scott Eustis is GRN's Coastal Wetland Specialist

 

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