Skip to comments.Coast Guard Is Investigating A Possible Brand New, Big Oil Spill In The Gulf (update, just sediment)
Posted on 03/19/2011 9:48:20 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
On top of everything else, some potentially troublesome environmental news out of the Gulf of Mexico again.
The Times Picayune is reporting that the Coast Guard is investigating reports of a brand new deepwater oil spill.
Multiple callers have reported that they have seen a huge sheen of oil not far from a deepwater rig....
(Excerpt) Read more at businessinsider.com ...
CA prices will go to $4.50 soon. Very very soon.
For NO REASON, of course...
There’s always a reason. The question is “cui bono?”
Someone post the “Not this shit again” guy.
Just add this to the growing list of still another Obama disaster. Is there any doubt that he's not only the worst president in history but the all-time worst "executive" ever elected anywhere in the free world?
the worlds first/second largest exporter of crude; a former communist superpower that's been arming and financing insurrections worldwide for decades.
What is "Russia" for a thousand, Alex?
Here is a picture of the spill:
I expect the basketball-player-in-chief will find some reason to restrict Texan oil now but give contracts to Venezuela.
Obaa just approved Petrobras’ Brazilian floating production storage installation in Gulf of Mexico yesterday.
Maybe they can keep our minds off this with Japan and Libya. I am sure they are going to try and cover this up as much as they can.
Huge, naturally occurring oil sheens are not uncommon in the Gulf.
Nice use of an “*”. :0)
That caption is BS. Note the waves breaking on the beach in the upper left corner. The Macundo well is under 5000 ft. of water, waaay offshore. No beach.
The pic shows the shoreline. Is the Macondo area that close to shore?
Did you see that photo in the article?
Well, the temperature inside the fireboxes of the 8 coal burning plants are near my house are the same as they have been the last 30 years I have lived here. No signs of a meltdown yet, and no big spill. Oh, I forgot, you can burn coal if you want to but he’ll bankrupt your company. Just a matter of time before the utility goes bankrupt.
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