22-mile oil plume under Gulf nears ri...

22-mile oil plume under Gulf nears rich waters

There are 1 comment on the WWL-TV New Orleans story from May 28, 2010, titled 22-mile oil plume under Gulf nears rich waters. In it, WWL-TV New Orleans reports that:

A thick, 22-mile plume of oil discovered by researchers off the BP spill site was nearing an underwater canyon, where it could poison the foodchain for sealife in the waters off Florida.

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Robert

Canada

#1 May 28, 2010
Wee need a couple of empty crude-oil supertankers with large pumps and centrifuges temporarily installed on the deck. Suck up the oil plumes as much as possible and separate the water with centrifuges. store the separated oil in the tankers and treat the water discharge with dispersants before dumping back into the ocean.

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