Monday, July 19, 2010

The Oil Cap and the question I want an answer to from BP.

The BP Oil Cap is apparently "working". Government officials are rightly concerned in the possible build up of oil pressure because of the oil cap that has been put in place.

When the BP oil drill bit originally hit oil, what is the longest span of time that BP went in which that they didn't pump oil to the surface?
Finding out the longest time-span that BP went when they did not pump oil to the surface would be an important starting point as to finding out how long the cap might "safely" cap the underwater oil well.

Any time duration that is longer than BP's own stopping of oil production prior to the accident becomes an unknown and worthy of intense scrutiny.

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