BP may drill again in oil spill reser...

BP may drill again in oil spill reservoir - Green House - USATODAY.com

There are 3 comments on the Detroit Free Press story from Aug 6, 2010, titled BP may drill again in oil spill reservoir - Green House - USATODAY.com. In it, Detroit Free Press reports that:

BP may drill again in the same undersea oil reservoir that spewed millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, a company official said Friday.

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Voittaa

Houston, TX

#1 Aug 6, 2010
That's right BP, kick that sleeping monster again.
Anon

AOL

#2 Aug 6, 2010
They never had any responsible motivation to seal off the run-away blowout--and they likely have no real intention to even sell their production interest to the Macondo oil field from hell.

Several billions of dollars in crude oil value still remain--and, our "weaponized (against the American people) federal government" is only too happy to oblige globalist BP.

Mission accomplished--their substitute "A" well has been capped.

Although--there's a recent 12,000 square mile extent, of satellite-visible polluted surface area (as re-emerging tell-tale extensive sheens and pollution streaks).

Although--there's a massive tar-like carpet covering a horrifically huge area of the Gulf of Mexico's ocean bottom (and perhaps lasting most of this century).

Official reality established--and now back to "business as usual".
Anon

AOL

#3 Aug 7, 2010
Anon wrote:
They never had any responsible motivation to seal off the run-away blowout--and they likely have no real intention to even sell their production interest to the Macondo oil field from hell.
Several billions of dollars in crude oil value still remain--and, our "weaponized (against the American people) federal government" is only too happy to oblige globalist BP.
Mission accomplished--their substitute "A" well has been capped.
Although--there's a recent 12,000 square mile extent, of satellite-visible polluted surface area (as re-emerging tell-tale extensive sheens and pollution streaks).
Although--there's a massive tar-like carpet covering a horrifically huge area of the Gulf of Mexico's ocean bottom (and perhaps lasting most of this century).
Official reality established--and now back to "business as usual".
I have heard commentary to the effect that the sub-surface deposition of the Macondo prospect blowout could be (in some areas)--200 to 400 feet deep.

In my mind I wonder also if succeeding storms and currents will not only disperse some of the settled crude/tar deposits--but also help to (conveniently) hide them by the continual coverage by salt-water sedimentation.

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