Oil And Methane Continues To Leak From Sea Floor 48 Hours After Cement Pumped Into BP Gulf Oil Spill Well

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I recently wrote about methane and oil leaking from the sea floor after BP pumped cement into the BP Gulf Oil Spill Well.

Now the well is leaking through the strata and oil is coming up from the sea floor around the BP well.Here is a narrated video of the oil leaks coming out of the sea floor that I pointed out in previous videos but people had a hard time seeing.


Update 6:37 PM EST August 5th, 2010
BP has tweeted they have completed cement operations at 3:05 EST but the oil is still leaking from the sea floor.

BP_America Update: #BP completed cementing operations of oil well @ 2:15 CT. Monitoring of well is underway to confirm effectiveness. #oilspill about 1 hour agovia web

As I previously stated filling the well with cement while oil was still leaking from the well was another potential disaster in the making.

Now that the well is full of cement and it is clearly still leaking through the sea floor this could become quite a nightmare to stop from leaking.

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Well almost 48 hours have passed since cement was first pumped into the well and the leaks on the sea floor are getting worse.

Here are videos recorded from the BP Oil Spill ROV Feeds over the last 12 hours show methane and oil leaks coming from a variety of places around the BP Gulf Oil Spill Well.

Oil And Gas Still Leaking From Sea Bed

Rate Of Methane Leaking From Sea Bed Increases

BP ROV Inspecting Methane Leaks From Sea Floor

BP Kills Lights During Methane Leak From Sea Floor

Sea Floor Seepage After Cementing Well

BP Gulf Oil Spill Sea Floor Methane Leaks After Well Cement In Yet Another Location

Large Plume Forms Over BP Gulf Oil Spill Methane Leaks From Sea Floor After Well Cemented

Methane Leaks And Black Blobs Of Oil Leak From Sea Floor 48 Hours After BP Cements Well

More Methane Leaks And Black Blobs Of Oil Leak From Sea Floor 48 Hours After BP Cements Well

More footage of methane bubbles coming from sea floor

OI 3 Methane Leaks From Cracks In Sea Floor

Categories: BP GULF OIL SPILL

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