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Frustrated Oil Spill Claimants Consider Alternative Compensation Fund – ProPublica 0

Posted on September 23, 2010 by bp complaints


Frustrated Oil Spill Claimants Consider Alternative Compensation Fund
The fund did not provide information on how many claims it had received or paid out for the Gulf oil spill. Richard Reynolds, who filed a claim with BP in
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The BP well isn’t sound enough to be plugged. Here’s an alternative (till the relief wells) 37

Posted on June 21, 2010 by bp complaints

The well may be damaged at a lower point than is being shown on TV. Plugging the well may cause further leakage or rupture. BP has expressed concerns about this. This idea would avoid that risk because it would not cause back pressure in the riser. The oil would have to be pumped out and hauled off by tankers at a rate of 20 to 40 thousand barrels a day, and this would pose a big challenge, but it’s not impossible. It’s certainly better than the alternative, which is to let this destruction go on till the relief wells are done, which could be many months away.
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