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  1. the well is basicly a hole in the ground going far enough down so that it hits the oil underneath... that oil is under a LOT of pressure so it forces its way up the pipe and out into the platform on top.. which throttles the flow.. sending it to...

    10 Answers · Environment · 16/06/2010

  2. Everyone who knows the technology has known all along that the oil will stop flowing when the relief wells are finished in August. That's what happened with the Ixtoc1 well in 1979 and pretty much every other...

    5 Answers · Environment · 01/07/2010

  3. the worst scenario is people will make this the Three Mile Island of offshore drilling and stop drilling, just like Three Mile Island, even though no one died or even got ill, killed the nuclear industry in...

    6 Answers · Environment · 23/05/2010

  4. I was looking at one of the ROV feeds the other day and it showed a water depth of 4980 ft. The ROV was monitoring the cap which is 40 ft tall and is sitting atop the BOP stack that is about 30 or 40...

    3 Answers · Environment · 18/07/2010

  5. I am basically asking if this animation is accurate.

    2 Answers · Environment · 19/06/2012

  6. ... oil, there will be more news stories as the one unfolding in the Gulf of Mexico right now. We have plenty of coal and even more dirty coal, but if you think that...

    3 Answers · Environment · 08/05/2010

  7. Where are you getting your information? From engineering school dropouts? Do you think for one minute that BP would risk losing all the oil in that pocket by plugging the well?

    1 Answers · Environment · 04/06/2010

  8. ... are BIG. Even a small hurricane coming up the Gulf of Mexico could spread the oil from the west coast of Florida, across the coasts...

    4 Answers · Environment · 15/05/2010

  9. Sounds like a good plan. It's possible somebody is working on one now and it just isn't being reported in the media. But it would still take time to manufacture a valve that would work and get it out there. It's not the kind of thing they have...

    7 Answers · Environment · 06/06/2010

  10. Initially, yes, I believed BP's estimates. The big dome was engineered properly for a 5,000 bbl/day leak. When it immediately froze up, it was apparent the flowrate of hydrates was dramatically...

    4 Answers · Environment · 22/05/2010

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