Fingerprint Match: BP’s oil found up to 7,500 FEET DEEP in Gulf — Feds now admit finding oil in sediment that matches BP’s


Strong Evidence Emerges of BP Oil on Seafloor, Wall Street Journal, December 9, 2010:

[Scientists] have speculated that the substance—found as deep as 2,300 meters below the surface— was oil from the BP blowout. But, until now, they haven't had this evidence from chemical tests.

David Hollander, an oceanographer at the University of South Florida, said in an interview that he and colleagues have just completed tests showing that the chemical profile of oil they found in Gulf sediment matches that from the blown-out BP well. ...

The federal government also has found oil matching Macondo oil in Gulf
sediment...

Laura Folse, director of science and technology for BP's Gulf Coast
restoration effort, declined to say whether BP found oil matching
Macondo oil in the Gulf sediment.

Read the report here.

1 comment to Fingerprint Match: BP’s oil found up to 7,500 FEET DEEP in Gulf — Feds now admit finding oil in sediment that matches BP’s

  • Gary

    They found a fingerprint from BP

    EXECUTE THEM NOW, no court as they are foreign.

    Send all to Gitmo and release the innocent and kill the guilty.

    Strat with that curly headed bastard Hayworth, where's that traitor Thad Alvin the chipmuck

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