No audio on this one, just a shot of the containment cap-- the one BP took days to put on in a precision way, ever so carefully on the broken blowout preventer.
Now it is bouncing. Due to rough seas they say... in any case it can't be good.
And neither is the fact they are dumping huge amounts of Corexit chemical dispersant.
Here is one more tidbit....
I was reading WIKI re BP & came across this:
Steven Wereley, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at Purdue University, analyzed videotape of the leak using particle image velocimetry and estimated oil flow rates at between 56,000 to 84,000 barrels per day (8,900 to 13,400 m3/d), or equivalent to one Exxon Valdez spill every 3.5 to 2.4 days.
A second, smaller leak has been estimated to be releasing 25,000 barrels per day (4,000 m3/d) by itself, suggesting that the total size of the leak may well be in excess of 100,000 barrels per day and became the largest offshore oil spill in US history.
We (the small people) don't hear about the 2nd leak much do we?
Yea, and let's put this info out there...
BP also owns:
ARCO California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Idaho, Arizona, and Utah
ARCO AM/PM MARKETS Arizona, California, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, Washington, recently in Illinois, Indiana, Georgia and Florida, and in several countries worldwide such as Japan.
AIR BP- Aviation fuel