Liquid crude oozing from just below the surface — Storm will take oil “far inland” says official (VIDEO)


Nungesser explodes at lack of BP cleanup, WWL TV, January 7, 2011:

"Look at the consistency of this oil oozing out of the marsh here," said Robert Barham. Wildlife & Fisheries Secretary Robert Barham used his gloved hand to easily expose the still liquid oil just below the surface, worrying it will spread.

"Any oil that is still here will go into new areas," Barham said. "And kill them."

[T]hick, peanut butter style oil [is] still present... "This marsh is dead, this marsh is going in the sea," said Barham.

Nungesser added: "And as the water comes in, we get a little thunderstorm comes in tonight, and takes this oil, those ponds you see far inland will have oil in it."

2 comments to Liquid crude oozing from just below the surface — Storm will take oil “far inland” says official (VIDEO)

  • KnightsofNee

    Here is the deal folks. I spent alot of time watching HOVs. While the well may have been capped, what was the final result of the relief well. Where they even used or just the top kill? Oil will wash ashore forever. The Macando well is still leaking up through the strata as well as leaks on the Boloxi Dome. It will never be cleaned up. Oil on the Gulf Coast, forever,

  • Chelsea

    KnightsofNee - They did do both a top kill and a bottom kill when the relief well intercepted. The ROVs watched everything for a while, then they abandoned it there as is.

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