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Originally posted by 5senses
Looking at Achiever 1 just now - maybe I'm going loopy but does anyone else notice an increase of bubble activity compared with earlier shots...?
Originally posted by Ektar
reply to post by lasertaglover
Interesting how I just posted a report from Bob Bea re
survey taken of the sea bed prior to BP drilling
nothing indicated the
presence of such a seep.
From Florida Oil Spill Law
Originally posted by lasertaglover
From the associated Press:
Published July 20, 2010
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WASHINGTON -- The federal government's oil spill chief said Tuesday that seepage detected two miles from BP's oil cap is coming from another well.
There are two wells within two miles of BP's blowout, one that has been abandoned and another that is not in production.
"It's actually closer to that facility than it is to the Macondo well," the one that blew out, Retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen said at a Tuesday afternoon briefing. "The combination of that and the fact that it's not uncommon to have seepage around these" abandoned wells is what convinced engineers that BP's well wasn't the source of the seepage, he said.
There around 27,000 abandoned wells in the Gulf, and an Associated