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Azeri 2008 BP Blowout

The South Caspian AIOC Central/West Azeri Blowout – September 2008 In September 2008, nearly two years before the Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, another BP rig had blown out in the Caspian Sea—which BP concealed from U.S. … Continue reading

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Treasonous Trump

Anyone who does not understand why the CIA, the FBI, the Dept. of Justice, many (most?) senior people in the Army, Navy and USAF, most of the US Defense Dept., as well as the entire honest media in America is … Continue reading

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Melted Shallow Gas Hydrates Blowing Through Burst Disk Triggered Macondo

It now seems highly probable that the offshore oil and gas industry’s infamous and long feared Gulf of Mexico Gas Hydrates [GH] caused drilling blowout was ultimately the cause of the horrors which occurred at the Block MC252 Macondo well … Continue reading

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Lord Browne of Cuadrilla

Not content with screwing up the GoM, Browne is now Chairman of Cuadrilla, all set to screw up much of Lancashire.

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BP Did Not Use Riserless Drilling at Macondo

BP Development of Riserless Drilling Following severe and expensive drilling problems experienced by BP in 2003 at the West Azeri template in the South Caspian, a decision was taken to develop a system of riserless drilling in order to avoid … Continue reading

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Tony Hayward – Libya and Iraq Involvment

Two recent articles (20th September) by Tom Bawden of the UK Independent Newspaper on oil exploration in Libya and northern Iraq involving the newly formed Vallares investment vehicle, headed up by Tony Hayward, Nathaniel Rotchschild, ex-Goldman Sachs CEO Julian Metherill … Continue reading

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Macondo – Gas Hydrates, Shallow Water Flows and Burst Disks

Ignore the geology at your peril. As news comes through of probable seabed seepages of oil being observed again at Macondo, the only question will be whether or not these are reactivated “residual” seeps or the nightmare scenario of new flow paths … Continue reading

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