reply to post by Nogard2012
Below is a brief summary I submitted to www.nexus.fr at the request of their journalist.
The first direct proof for the 3rd well is the Deepwater Horizon wreckage. The first article that explains this is
Basically, the main DWH wreck is either too far (1000ft if the riser is broken) or too near (if the riser is intact ie approx 4,000 - 5000ft) from
well A. For the riser wreck to be standing 1500ft above the seafloor, it could have only occurred as analysed in the CSI forensic of the DWH wreckage,
see diagrams in
The first few ROV videos in May also showed the gas/oil gushing from a broken pipe in a seabed crater, which matched the coastguard log of 714 ft NW
of Well A. My forensic analysis estimated 720ft. BP accidentally exposed the truth when they lied that burning DWH had drifted. DWH could not have
drifted in calm weather and because there was no slack in the steel riser. The accurate distance of 714 ft could have only been calculated using
coordinates obtained from the ROV. But the coordinates were measured close to BOP at seabed not at the burning DWH on the sea surface. So BP was
caught lying - bklim.newsvine.com...
The broken pipe dips into the ground towards the north with the open gushing end facing south. So oil was flowing from north to south. If there is no
riser connection from Well A, 714ft further south, how could the gushing oil have come from the BOP at Well A? This is the most important discrepancy
in BP's official story.
With these 4 main points, the whole picture becomes clearer. More conclusive evidences are provided by the 2nd underwater explosion, logs, MMS emails
& application to spud etc in
Working backwards, it makes sense since Well A could not continue after the drilling rods were stuck by the formation cave-in at 4000-5000ft open
bore. Then BP moved to Well B which again encountered problems and a near-blowout after drilling down to 13,100 ft. It had to stop and plugged the
well 750 ft above the open bottom. To side track wide enough to avoid the problem zone, the well would miss the oil target. If the well was not
sidetrack wide enough it would still have the same problem.
Thus, BP had to drill from a 3rd well location. There are some more evidences but these are the main points.
This 3rd well was not reported, and no permit applied for it. So it is not authorised.
BP tried to apply for it a few days before the blowout occured on 20 April 2010. But it was too late. In any case the blowout was so severe, there
was no hope of sealing the well with a broken well head. So since Well A was leaking gas and oil (it was not properly plugged due to the stuck
drilling rods) BP used well A to fool the world that it was the leaking well and pretend to "kill it". Well A was only 5000 ft. So they could kill
it much earlier like in May. But they cannot pretend to kill well A in May when the 3rd well was still openly gushing oil out. The relief well C
was not ready to kill it yet from the bottom. So BP had to pretend and wait until the Relief Well C can reach the bottom of the 3rd well.
If Well A was killed in May, and the sea still filled with oil, BP's Mass Deception would be exposed. IT is simple logic.
The main cause of the blowout was the gas-saturated weak sub-formation (GWSF) zone which did not allow the well to be properly cemented and sealed.
That is why I am showing all the ROV evidences which confirmed there were massive losses of drilling mud and cement which resurfaced through the
faults up to the seabed. The well-cementing had not effectively sealed the well annulus with the formation, allowing the drilling fluid (drilling mud,
gas and some oil) to freely flow outside the well.
When the Equivalent Circulation Density (ECD) was lowered (replacing drilling mud with salt water) gas from the GWSF zone forced back into the well
through the leaks and caused the blowout. But the initial blowout was not that strong - a lot of gas to cause the fire but the well head, BOP and
riser were still intact. 2 days later, the bottom cement plug kaputt and this time the oil forced out from the reservoir like a "hydraulic piston".
This toppled and broke the well head, jammed up the drilling rods and toppled the BOP. The steel riser of course broke off (as shown in my CSI
illustration) into 2 parts to form the odd twisted, standing riser wreck.
This interpretation fits everything so perfectly, it cannot be wrong. Maybe some 10-20% details still missing but 80-90% right. BP's official
version is very inconsistent and does not make any sense at all. That is why I do this analysis to prove that BP is lying and covering up the
magnitude of the disaster.