BP settles with maker of failed blowout preventer
Cameron International, the maker of the Deepwater Horizon blowout preventer that failed to stop last year's massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, has agreed to pay $250 million to BP under a legal settlement, BP said Friday.
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#1 Dec 17, 2011
Cameron pays out CHUMP CHANGE
By Dwight Baker
Exxon Mobil under the direction of Rex Tillerson President CEO created MWCC a new way to bring about the cure for blowouts. Those involved with the creation of MWCC were some of the biggest names in BIG OIL. Chevron Conoco Phillips and BP were some that got involved in forming the Not profit MWCC group with people and equipment to answer blow out calls from around the world.
Yet all that MWCC did was put on a DOG and PONY show for BOMERE to help take the heat off so they could go back to drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.
Now, BIG OIL cards have changed and they must step out of their board rooms stop counting all their money and get down to solid good oil and gas engineering.
I have invented the TOTAL Fail Safe blowout Container for use in sub sea drilling and production ventures to bring about the first new invention in blow out preventors since 1920. After Cameron has spent $250 million to get off the hook, they well buy my new invention for sure.
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