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Transocean’s Offshore installation Manager (OIM) on DWH said bypass well was not a sidetrack So when is a “bypass” not a bypass from the same well but from another well location? That should have been the question to ask Transocean’s OIM (Jimmy Harrel) on the Deepwater Horizon, during his 27 May 2010 testimony in the USCG-MMS investigation hearing. Jim Harrel was clearly taken aback when asked to elaborate on ...Read full article...
Two years and many millions of gallons of oil later — and still counting –, the Gulf is in worse condition than it was weeks after the Deepwater Horizon platform exploded on April 20, 2012. By LUIS R. MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | APRIL 20, 2012 The worst man-made disaster in the history of modern society is still ongoing, and the criminals responsible for it continue to be ...Read full article...
by Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda February 22, 2012 The BP Oil Spill trial set to start on February 27 is doomed to accomplish nothing, just as the Congressional investigation conducted post disaster left hundreds of ends loose about BP’s responsibility in the explosion. U.S. District judge Cari Barbier of New Orleans has made it clear that the scope of the trial will be limited and its main ...Read full article...
BP wants to “save face” by bribing the government and the public with a large sum, while the oil spill continues to occur in the Gulf of Mexico. Reuters September 16, 2011 Findings of the second major investigation by the U.S. government into the 2010 Gulf of Mexicooil spill, may press BP into putting over $30 billion on the table to quickly settle its outstanding legal headaches. The report, ...Read full article...