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Obama to re-open deep water drilling

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posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 12:58 AM

I am very very sorry for disaster but people like me are new breed and this will never ever ever happen again. This was reality check for all of us!!!

read my posting &stuff i'm very inflicted about this whole thing as a lowly mud logger I will kill a BP suit whoever tries a bad pressure reading! I am not joking with this

I also will be helping with clean-up effort in GOM and attending hazmat course for this=no more marijuana and parties for me because of drug testing,

It will be a long time before anyone will trust us but you can trust me= this whole thing broke my heart.

posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 01:23 AM
Maybe I missed something. I read the source twice, though. Shallow water drilling: Good. Deep water drilling, still off the table according to President Obama. Yes, some people are trying to lift the moratorium concerning deep water drilling. So far the POTUS is saying no to that.

For sure, though, deep water drilling will eventually continue, at least that is my opinion.

If' I've missed where Obama calls for resuming deep water drilling, please let me know. Thanks.

posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 01:37 AM
Thunderhorse region well region two(2) hug production wells now having go ahead for relief wells (acoustic sensor) local now open....ONLY RW (relief wells)

These will take time so NO oil will be derived from DW wells my estimate is30 days minimum probably 45 day for RW even with acoustic sensor.

Things look better now

we need this oil obviously we need green tech but no one is doing this and America still have SUV as national vehicle same as Louisiana have Pelican as State bird......I would rather have job on wind farm or solar but $$$ is in oil

I travel toward the money I see no $$$ in solar and wind/hydro I need to live also,,,


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