Monitor the Environmental Aftermath of the Gulf Oil Spill With Expanded Media Services from EIN News

Jun 16, 2010, 10:20 ET from EIN News

WASHINGTON, June 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Even though the Gulf oil spill has yet to be stopped, the environmental aftermath of the catastrophe is already epic in scope.

Mounting environmental threats from the disaster will have far-reaching consequences, spanning several industries and business sectors.

EIN News, one of the Internet's oldest and most popular online news-monitoring services, has expanded its coverage to ensure environmental and business professionals get the latest Gulf oil spill news they need when they need it with the following publications:

Environmental News Today (http://environment.einnews.com)

BP Energy Daily Report (http://bpenergy.einnews.com)

Oil & Gas Industry Today (http://oilandgas.einnews.com)

Global Investing Today (http://investing.einnews.com)

Energy Industry Today (http://energy.einnews.com)

EIN News maintains one of the world's leading news indexes. Since 1995, the company has built a network of more than 100 industry-focused news portals, and its services are used by millions of online researchers, corporations, institutions and governments. With an annual readership exceeding 10 million users, the company is a worldwide leader in online news monitoring.

The entire portfolio of EIN News publications can be found at: http://www.einnews.com/media-monitoring.

About EIN News

EIN News is a pioneering innovator of proprietary news technology. Combining both intelligent search technologies and the human element, EIN News stands above the rest as the most efficient, yet personalized, news service available anywhere. Established in 1995, EIN News began by supplying business professionals and individuals with relevant and interesting news products. It has grown to become the largest digital news provider in Europe.

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