Rayola Dougher

Senior Economic Advisor, American Petroleum Institute

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Senior economic advisor for the American Petroleum Institute, a trade association representing oil and natural gas companies

Rayola Dougher on KCRW

BP, the Coast Guard and thousands of local fisermen are trying to control the oil slick moving toward the shores of 4 Gulf-coast states.

The Race Against the Great Oil Spill

BP, the Coast Guard and thousands of local fisermen are trying to control the oil slick moving toward the shores of 4 Gulf-coast states.

from Which Way, L.A.?

BP, the Coast Guard and thousands of local fisermen are trying to control the oil slick moving toward the shores of 4 Gulf-coast states.

Environmental Disaster in the Gulf of Mexico

BP, the Coast Guard and thousands of local fisermen are trying to control the oil slick moving toward the shores of 4 Gulf-coast states.

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For almost two weeks, the Gulf Coast has been in a state of high anxiety, as the oil slick gets closer and closer to shore and grows larger and larger.

The Gulf Oil Spill: The Environment, the Economy and the Politics

For almost two weeks, the Gulf Coast has been in a state of high anxiety, as the oil slick gets closer and closer to shore and grows larger and larger.

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