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BP Oil Spill Update 6/17/2010

THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING. This damaged oil volcano poses a serious
long-term ecological and environmental threat to the entire Gulf
Coast, including Florida.  This is a serious problem, as Senator Bill
Nelson and others have warned about for two weeks, or more.


BP stock ~after~ the fissures were known about, but before the public
had ever heard about "Deepwater Horizon."

DO IT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What does it say about our media and our country's leadership (thank
you, that we are ONLY NOW learning about this ?

BP Aware Of Cracks In Oil Well Two Months Before Explosion
Former BP Chairman and current BP CEO both dumped stocks in weeks
before disaster


Cracks Show BP Was Battling Gulf Well as Early as February
By Alison Fitzgerald and Joe Carroll - Jun 17, 2010

The Transocean Ltd. Development Driller III platform, leased by BP
Plc, works to drill a relief well at the BP Deepwater Horizon oil
spill site. Photographer: Derick E. Hingle/Bloomberg

BP Plc was struggling to seal cracks in its Macondo well as far back
as February, more than two months before an explosion killed 11 and
spewed oil into the Gulf of Mexico.

It took 10 days to plug the first cracks, according to reports BP
filed with the Minerals Management Service that were later delivered
to congressional investigators. Cracks in the surrounding rock
continued to complicate the drilling operation during the ensuing
weeks. Left unsealed, they can allow explosive natural gas to rush up
the shaft.

“Once they realized they had oil down there, all the decisions they
made were designed to get that oil at the lowest cost,” said Peter
Galvin of the Center for Biological Diversity, which has been working
with congressional investigators probing the disaster. “It’s been a
doomed voyage from the beginning.”

BP didn’t respond to calls and e-mails seeking comment. The company’s
shares rose 22 pence to 359 pence today in London after the company
struck a deal with the Obama administration yesterday to establish a
$20 billion fund to pay cleanup costs and compensation. BP has lost 45
percent of its market value since the catastrophe.

On Feb. 13, BP told the minerals service it was trying to seal cracks
in the well about 40 miles (64 kilometers) off the Louisiana coast,
drilling documents obtained by Bloomberg show. Investigators are still
trying to determine whether the fissures played a role in the

‘Cement Squeeze’

The company attempted a “cement squeeze,” which involves pumping
cement to seal the fissures, according to a well activity report. Over
the following week the company made repeated attempts to plug cracks
that were draining expensive drilling fluid, known as “mud,” into the
surrounding rocks.

BP used three different substances to plug the holes before
succeeding, the documents show.

“Most of the time you do a squeeze and then let it dry and you’re
done,” said John Wang, an assistant professor of petroleum and natural
gas engineering at Penn State in University Park, Pennsylvania. “It
dries within a few hours.”

Repeated squeeze attempts are unusual and may indicate rig workers are
using the wrong kind of cement, Wang said.

Grappling Engineers

BP Chief Executive Officer Tony Hayward and other top executives were
ignorant of the difficulties the company’s engineers were grappling
with in the well before the explosion, U.S. Representative Henry
Waxman, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, said
today during a hearing in Washington.

“We could find no evidence that you paid any attention to the
tremendous risk BP was taking,” Waxman said as Hayward waited to
testify. “There is not a single e-mail or document that you paid the
slightest attention to the dangers at this well.”

BP Chief Operating Officer Doug Suttles and exploration chief Andy
Inglis “were apparently oblivious to what was happening,” said Waxman,
a California Democrat. “BP’s corporate complacency is astonishing.”

In early March, BP told the minerals agency the company was having
trouble maintaining control of surging natural gas, according to
e-mails released May 30 by the House Energy and Commerce Committee,
which is investigating the spill.

Gas Surges

While gas surges are common in oil drilling, companies have abandoned
wells if they determine the risk is too high. When a Gulf well known
as Blackbeard threatened to blow out in 2006, Exxon Mobil Corp. shut
the project down.

“We don’t proceed if we cannot do so safely,” Exxon Chief Executive
Officer Rex Tillerson told a House Energy and Commerce committee panel
on June 15.

On March 10, BP executive Scherie Douglas e-mailed Frank Patton, the
mineral service’s drilling engineer for the New Orleans district,
telling him: “We’re in the midst of a well control situation.”

The incident was a “showstopper,” said Robert Bea, an engineering
professor at the University of California, Berkeley, who has consulted
with the Interior Department on offshore drilling safety. “They damn
near blew up the rig.”


BP Aware Of Cracks In Oil Well Two Months Before Explosion
Former BP Chairman and current BP CEO both dumped stocks in weeks
before disaster

Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, June 17, 2010

BP was aware of cracks appearing in the Macondo well as far back as
February, right around the time Goldman Sachs and BP Chairman Tony
Hayward were busy dumping their stocks in the company on the eve of
the explosion that led to the oil spill, according to information
uncovered by congressional investigators.

The Mining and Mineral Services agency released documents to Bloomberg
indicating that BP “was trying to seal cracks in the well about 40
miles (64 kilometers) off the Louisiana coast,” according to the
The fissures, which BP began to attempt to fix on February 13, could
have played a role in the disaster, though this is a question still
being explored by investigators. Improperly sealed, the cracks cause
explosive natural gas to rush up the shaft.

“The company attempted a “cement squeeze,” which involves pumping
cement to seal the fissures, according to a well activity report. Over
the following week the company made repeated attempts to plug cracks
that were draining expensive drilling fluid, known as “mud,” into the
surrounding rocks,” states the report.

As we previously highlighted, eyewitness evidence indicates that
Deepwater Horizon managers knew that the BP oil rig had major problems
before its explosion on April 20. A crew member who rescued burning
workers on the rig told Houston attorney Tony Buzbee of a conversation
between Deepwater Horizon installation manager Jimmy Harrell and
someone in Houston. According to the witness, Harrell was screaming,
“Are you fucking happy? Are you fucking happy? The rig’s on fire! I
told you this was gonna happen.”

The fact that BP managers were aware of problems with the rig and were
seemingly unconcerned about fixing them only lends more weight to the
already startling indications of some having foreknowledge of the

As we highlighted last week, on page 37 of British Petroleum’s own
investigative report into the oil spill, it is stated that the
Hydraulic Control System on equipment designed to automatically seal
the well in an emergency was modified without BP’s knowledge sometime
before the explosion.

Highly suspicious stock and share trades by people connected to BP
before the explosion indicate some extent of foreknowledge.

Goldman Sachs dumped 44% of its shares in BP Oil during the first
quarter of 2010 – shares that subsequently lost 36 percent of their
value, equating to $96 million. The current chairman of Goldman Sachs
is Bilderberg luminary Peter Sutherland, who is also the former
chairman of British Petroleum.
Furthermore, as reported by the London Telegraph on June 5th, Tony
Hayward, the current BP CEO sold £1.4 million of his shares in the
fuel giant weeks before the spill.

On April 12th, just over one week before the Deepwater Horizon rig
exploded, Halliburton, the world’s second largest oilfield services
corporation, surprised some by acquiring Boots & Coots, a relatively
small but vastly experienced oil well control company.

Halliburton is named in the majority of some two dozen lawsuits filed
since the explosion by Gulf Coast people and businesses who claim that
the company is to blame for the disaster.

Halliburton was forced to admit in testimony at a congressional
hearing last month that it carried out a cementing operation 20 hours
before the Gulf of Mexico rig went up in flames. The lawsuits claim
that four Halliburton workers stationed on the rig improperly capped
the well.

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