Thanks for the info - let's hope it works, huh?!
Shame this thread only has 1 flag and is vanishing down the page....I guess because it doesn't contain any doomsday scenarios...
Originally posted by Tgautier13
reply to post by Curio
That's exactly the reason. I have a similar thread I posted recently suffering the same fate.
@PuterMan: You should change the title to "Relief Wells Near Completion in the face of Methane/Oil Super-Armageddon"
Originally posted by PuterMan
All I can say is that I sincerely hope that the weight of the column of heavy fluid when introduced from the bottom of the well shaft is sufficient to stem the flow.
Originally posted by justadood
a SUPER ARMAGEDDON!!??
is that where the best armageddon's int he world compete for a big trophy?
Originally posted by Hypntick
Super Armageddon? Oh....false alarm.
Nice tactic though. I do hope this works, although like everything else BP has done with this travesty i'm not holding my breath.
Neither the new capture system nor the LMRP containment cap system has ever before been deployed at these depths and conditions, and their efficiency and ability to contain the oil and gas cannot be assured.