BOMBSHELL: BP seabed survey BEFORE DRILLING WELL showed NO indications of seep 3 km away says former Shell exec


Gas seeps not necessarily a problem, because pressure in oil well rising, officials say, Times-Picayune, July 19, 2010 at 20:12 EDT:

Berkeley engineering professor Bob Bea [Deepwater Horizon Study Group member] has very little confidence in what's been said publicly about the seeps.

He's troubled that we're just now hearing about seeps three kilometers away, because a survey of the seabed conducted before BP drilled its well didn't indicate anything like that.

"There was nothing that indicated the presence of such a seep," Bea said. "I wonder why we're just now finding that out?"

BP has yet to release other ROV video that Bea's study group requested more than a month ago about what may have been shots of nearby seeps.

4 comments to BOMBSHELL: BP seabed survey BEFORE DRILLING WELL showed NO indications of seep 3 km away says former Shell exec

  • Cause of Oil Spill is BP's Iran trade
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pras76kRR-k

    BP has extensive trade links with Iran. In Britain's North Sea he it has a 50% partnership with Iran, also in Azerbajain a partnership with Iran, also BP has partnerships in Russia and Libya. While no-one forsaw such an environmental catastrophe, the aim from the beginning was to break-up BP and sell it off. All of the circumstantial evidence supports this hypothesis. Apart from circumstantial evidence - we are only getting what is Government assisted and sanctioned news.

    Halliburton has just announced an 83% rise in this quarters profits - lucky it is registered in Dubai.

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