8) You will never seal this well. Even if you cap it, the oil is gushing up though the sea floor next to the casing and the Blow out Preventer. It will come up forever.9) Drill 8 vertical relief wells that do not intersect with this blown out well to relieve the oil and gas pressure. Space them 1000 to 1500 feet apart.
10) Enough is enough, B.P. You have fed us too much B.S.
11) One last small point. Is this oil, old oil or new oil? Is it being renewed today? Have you dated the oil? Not the formation. Have you dated the oil? How quickly is it being regenerated? If it is being regenerated quickly, you can not seal this area ever. All that you can do is reduce the amount coming up through the sea floor. The Gulf of Mexico now has an oily problem forever. As your company does not have the intelligence to map out a solution, quit and hand responsibility over to people that do.12) Publish the mudlogs. They are vital and are our maps to finding the solutions. We need to see how many layers of oil and gas there are in this well.
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June 10, 2010
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