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Harvey Bisso completes its first subsea project

Posted on June 15, 2010 by bp complaints

Harvey Bisso Subsea has completed its first subsea project performing saturation diving work in 105 metres of water at ATP Oil & Gas Corporations deepwater platform in Grand Isle block 115. Transocean has released an update regarding a fire and explosion onboard its semi-submersible drilling rig Deepwater Horizon, saying that the rig sank late on April 22. Diamond Offshore Drilling has reported a net income for the first quarter of 2010 of US0.9 million, or US.09 per share on a diluted basis, compared with net income of US8.6 million, or US.51 per share on a diluted basis, in the same period a year earlier.
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An underwater tour of the Gulf of Mexico by submarine and scuba, highlighting the vast diversity of marine life throughout the Gulf, from the surface to depths of nearly 2000 feet. The tour begins in the northern Gulf, tracks south along the west Florida shelf, to northwestern Cuba and finally west to Veracruz, Mexico. This video was produced for the opening ceremony of the first “State of the Gulf of Mexico Summit” held in 2006 in Corpus Christi, Texas. This video was also shown at the May 19, 2010 US House of Representatives Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, “Deepwater Horizon: Oil Spill Prevention and Response Measures, and Natural Resource Impacts” as part of the testimony of Dr. Sylvia A. Earle. See: transportation.house.gov For more on the Gulf of Mexico, please visit: 1planet1ocean.org and http This video contains copyrighted material (audio) the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in our efforts to advance understanding of environmental and scientific issues. We believe this constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 USC Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. If you wish to use copyrighted material from this video for
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  1. ducktube3 says:

    Strike back O mother. Spin your mighty wind ,Open your outer shell ,Shake us loudly so that we hear you ,Spew fire from your Highest top’s. Send mountains of water into the city’s Drowned out are Screams ,Treat us like we treat you, If you destroy us we cannot hurt you know more ,Remove us from what is left of your beauty ! We Don’t deserve it .

  2. metalflesh666 says:

    stop blaming republicans.. It is not for self interest.. Oil is in the interest of the American people! It is a way of life for us.. its used in all of our plastics, besides our SUV’s which Americans love, and I love!

  3. alloypony02 says:

    Thank You BP Thank You US Republicans ! For taking so much from the American people ! Allowing Big Money everything , for self interest ! ( not ! )

  4. Katsnake11 says:

    This was incredibly beautiful, yet so tragic to know that BP, Haliburton and Transocean have changed this forever, for the worse. It can never be returned to pre-spill condition. We will come close, but it will never be the same. They need to pay for this in not just dollars, but in industry wide changes. BP has proven time and again, that failed safety inspections are to them, just a cost of business. They don’t care who or what they destroy in the process.

  5. PACOENELMAR says:

    nuestro creador de universo y de la vida de igual manera arruidara a quienes esten causando daño a nuestro planeta, y todos somos participes y culpables por eso se espera un nuevo cielo y una nueva tierra, que a pasos agigantados estamos llevando al final y comienzo de un nuevo ciclo.

  6. haku7729 says:

    BP ….

  7. subseaconcierge says:

    We need to go back with human occupied submarines now to see what has been damaged and for years to come, monitoring recovery, water quality, sampling sediments for oil and dispersants. How many of these areas are protected from trawling or other destructive fishing practices?

  8. gualterionunez says:


  9. sharicalifornia says:

    This is beautiful and heartbreaking, an epitaph to the Gulf.
    Thanks for sharing! Best, Shari

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