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PostSubject: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Thu Jul 02, 2015 11:27 pm

Gulf oil spill: worst in US history, cost BP $54 billion



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Chicago (AFP) - The BP oil spill was one of the worst environmental disasters to strike the United States and killed 11 men drilling a deepwater well in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.

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It took 87 days to cap BP's runaway well, which blackened beaches in five states and crippled the region's tourism and fishing industries in a tragedy that riveted the nation.
Here is a quick look at what happened:
THE EXPLOSION:
The BP-leased Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded off the coast of Louisiana while drilling a well 5,000 feet (1,500 meters) below sea level on April 20. Eleven rig workers were killed in the blast.
The rig sank to the sea floor two days later.
THE RESPONSE:
The spill response cost BP more than $14 billion and 70 million personnel hours.
A massive fleet of boats was deployed to try to skim the oil off the surface of the rough seas and chemical dispersants were dumped in huge quantities to try to prevent the oil from reaching sensitive coastal wetlands.

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Oil reaches the Louisiana coast on May 20, prompting a massive shoreline cleanup effort that eventually spanned five states and nearly 4,400 miles (7,000 kilometers).
The US government banned commercial and recreational fishing in parts of the Gulf as the oil spread and President Obama imposed a six-month moratorium on deepwater drilling. The Gulf was not fully reopened to fishing until April 2011.
The US Coast Guard ended active cleanup operations on the final three miles (five kilometers) of oiled coastline on April 15, 2014.
THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT:
The true impact of the oil on the Gulf ecosystem is still being formally assessed.
The US government initially estimated that the ruptured well gushed 4.9 million barrels of oil into the Gulf, of which 800,000 barrels were captured. That number was debated in court and BP was ultimately held responsible for spilling 3.1 million barrels.
In the weeks following the spill, thousands of oiled birds and marine animals were recovered. Scientists believe thousands more were killed by the oil but their carcasses were lost at sea.
Studies on 14 different types of creatures affected by the spill found long-lasting harm was done to dolphins, sea turtles, tuna, loons and other animals in the region.
Around two million barrels of oil is believed to have settled on the ocean floor, according to a study released last year which found the oil spread as far as 3,200 square kilometers (1,235 square miles) from the well site.
THE $54 BILLION COST TO BP:
BP's costs rose to $54 billion Thursday after it reached an $18.7 billion deal with the US federal government and five Gulf Coast states -- Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas -- to settle compensation claims and fines.
BP pleaded guilty in 2013 to 11 counts of felony manslaughter in a $4.5-billion deal to settle criminal charges.
BP had previously established a $20 billion trust fund to cover compensation claims. It had paid out more than $13.6 billion as of January 31, the bulk of which went to individuals and businesses.
The cost of the response was more than $14 billion.
BP had also committed $1 billion for early restoration projects and $500 million to support independent research.
It has been able to recover some of the costs from its well partners.

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PostSubject: Re: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Fri Jul 03, 2015 1:03 am

Did you know hitler gassed 6 mill jews - that oil spill wrecked that part of the ocean
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PostSubject: Re: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Fri Jul 03, 2015 2:27 am

The Over-The-Hill 'Blowout Preventer' (BOP) BP Used For Deepwater Horizon



Transocean's subsea superintendent in Houston, Billy Stringfellow, testified last year that the Deepwater Horizon's BOP was probably not in compliance with a federal regulation requiring it to be pulled up, docked, inspected and certified every 3 to 5 years. It hadn't gone through such a certification since it was first delivered to the Deepwater Horizon in 2001. But the regulation cited an American Petroleum Institute standard, which Transocean officials contend is nonbinding.
http://www.nola.com/news/gulf-oil-spill/index.ssf/2011/03/blowout_preventer_failure_in_g.html


BP ordered the owner of the Deepwater Horizon rig, whose explosion led to the worst environmental disaster in US history, to overhaul a crucial piece of the rig’s safety equipment in China, the Observer has learnt.  The blow-out preventer – the last line of defence against an out-of-control well – subsequently failed to activate and is at the centre of investigations into what caused the disaster.

Experts say that the practice of having such engineering work carried out in China, rather than the US, saves money and is common in the industry.

http://qbit.cc/blowout-preventer-on-deepwater-horizon-rig-was-modified-in-china/






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PostSubject: Re: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Fri Jul 03, 2015 3:09 am

Jacob Gold wrote:

that oil spill wrecked that part of the ocean


You would think there would be a more technologically advanced industry-created remedy for such a potential disaster, like a mega-'balloon' that seals around the leak to contain the oil and then pump it to the surface. The dispersant nuked all the natural habitat in the region. Shysters at the top skated on cataclysmic safety in order to save a buck. I notice all the jews had their names kept out of the press.

Just google search images: 'marine life effected by bp oil spill' and watch your heart sink.


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PostSubject: Re: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Fri Jul 03, 2015 3:25 am

Oh hey, jews caused the Fukishima fail with Stuxnet, and the Pacific Coast is on its way to becoming a toxic waste dump. But jews are God's Chosen, and Israel is our ally.



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PostSubject: Re: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Fri Jul 03, 2015 9:51 am

Recall that when Deep Horizon failed, a similar Venezuelan rig also failed in the lower Caribbean.  I am sceptical this wasn't sabotage by the jewsual suspects.  Like with Fukushima, the effects were well over-hyped.  Gulf Shrimpers saw no effect - http://www.nola.com/environment/index.ssf/2014/10/following_bp_deepwater_horizon.html.

But of course they don't want us or the Japanese, or anybody, eating from the ocean, it's too pure for us goy.

But $54B, where did all that the money go, and when did jews sell stakes in BP?  Come on guys, this had very little to do with the Gulf environment.  Nobody down there was even talking about this a year later let alone now.

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PostSubject: Re: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Fri Jul 03, 2015 1:40 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Mon Jul 06, 2015 4:26 am

wag wrote:
Recall that when Deep Horizon failed, a similar Venezuelan rig also failed in the lower Caribbean.  I am sceptical this wasn't sabotage by the jewsual suspects.  Like with Fukushima, the effects were well over-hyped.  Gulf Shrimpers saw no effect - http://www.nola.com/environment/index.ssf/2014/10/following_bp_deepwater_horizon.html.

But of course they don't want us or the Japanese, or anybody, eating from the ocean, it's too pure for us goy.

But $54B, where did all that the money go, and when did jews sell stakes in BP?  Come on guys, this had very little to do with the Gulf environment.  Nobody down there was even talking about this a year later let alone now.


This was a 'joint jewish venture', yes. But it goes beyond just a short-term financial scam or convincing people not to buy seafood. I think jews have plans for the Gulf, as they do for certain other places - think 'jewish blockbusting' on a grand scale. After you put some of the (below) info together, a picture starts emerging. The term 'dispersant' begins to take on a whole new meaning, a kind of sick joke. Ownership and territory... Jews once turned a desert in Nevada into the scam called Las Vegas, and a desert in Palestine into the scam called 'the jewish homeland'...

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“I have been to a funeral now every month since July,” Arnesen told DeSmogBlog. “Everyone around me is sick.”

She is tired of her children suffering from rashes and headaches, and she wonders how much longer her husband, a fisherman who worked as an oil spill cleanup worker, can go on due to constant illnesses.

Friends who have left the area tell her their children's health improved soon after. Arnesen wants to move her family away, but she can't afford to. Her house has been on the market since 2012, and the bulk of her business claim against BP is held up in court, leaving her finances in shambles and the idea of relocating an impossible dream.

“Everyone around me is dying,” Blanchard said. “The Coast Guard can be bought off. It is a very sad situation. Everything you believe America to be, it is not.” Referring to Corexit, the dispersant that BP dumped on the spill, Blanchard added, “I thought I paid taxes for the government to protect me, not to try to kill me. I never thought they'd let them spray poison all over us.”


http://www.desmogblog.com/2015/04/21/five-years-after-bp-oil-spill-gulf-coast-residents-say-bp-hasn-t-made-things-right



“These are the same symptoms experienced by soldiers who returned from the Persian Gulf War with Gulf War syndrome,” says Michael Robichaux, a Louisiana physician and former state senator, who treated Griffin and 113 other patients with similar complaints. As a general practitioner, Robichaux says he had “never seen this grouping of symptoms together: skin problems, neurological impairments, plus pulmonary problems.” Only months later, after Kaye H. Kilburn, a former professor of medicine at the University of Southern California and one of the nation’s leading environmental health experts, came to Louisiana and tested 14 of Robichaux’s patients did the two physicians make the connection with Gulf War syndrome, the malady that afflicted an estimated 250,000 veterans of that war with a mysterious combination of fatigue, skin inflammation, and cognitive problems. [...]

The chief instrument of BP’s cover-up was the same substance that apparently sickened Jamie Griffin and countless other cleanup workers and local residents. Its brand name is Corexit, but most news reports at the time referred to it simply as a “dispersant.” Its function was to attach itself to leaked oil, break it into droplets, and disperse them into the vast reaches of the gulf, thereby keeping the oil from reaching Gulf Coast shorelines. And the Corexit did largely achieve this goal.

But the 1.84 million gallons of Corexit that BP applied during the cleanup also served a public-relations purpose: They made the oil spill all but disappear, at least from TV screens. By late July 2010, the Associated Press and The New York Times were questioning whether the spill had been such a big deal after all.


http://grist.org/business-technology/what-bp-doesnt-want-you-to-know-about-the-2010-gulf-of-mexico-spill/


Corexit was used in unprecedented quantities during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico[8] and became the largest use of such chemicals in the United States.[9] In addition to spraying the dispersant onto the surface slick, it was used in an untested, off-label manner when BP injected it at the broken well-head, roughly 5,000 feet below the surface.[10] Researchers continue to examine the effects and effectiveness of Corexit. Studies have so far indicated that the dispersant is toxic to marine life.[11] Corexit has been shown to exert a synergistic effect when mixed with oil, increasing its toxicity.[12]

Corexit was originally developed by Standard Oil Company of New Jersey (SONJ) also known as Esso (phonetically derived from the acronym SO).[4] The company later merged with Humble Oil to form Exxon, which is now part of ExxonMobil.

In 2011,
[a year after the Gulf Oil Spill] Corexit became the property of Ecolab, following a merger between Ecolab and Nalco Holding Company. As of 2015, Corexit is owned by Ecolab and is manufactured by Nalco Company, an indirect subsidiary of Ecolab.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corexit


In May 2012 Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, through his investment vehicles—Cascade Investment and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation—increased his stake of 10.8% in Ecolab to 25%.[14][15][16]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecolab


On 9 December 2003, the private equity group consisting of the Blackstone Group, Apollo Management LP and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners collaborated to acquire Ondeo Nalco Company from Suez SA for US$4.2 billion. [...]

In 1994, Nalco and Exxon Chemical Company announced the formation of the joint venture, Nalco Exxon Energy Chemicals L.P., to provide products and services to all facets of the petroleum and natural gas industries. In 2001, NALCO, which by then named 'Ondeo Nalco', strengthened its position in the petroleum industry when Nalco Exxon Energy Chemicals, L.P. became part of the company through redemption of ExxonMobil stock in the joint venture. Daniel S. Sanders, who was previously president of Exxon Mobil Chemical Company, a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil; serves on the Nalco's (now, Ecolab's) board.[3][4]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nalco_Holding_Company

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PostSubject: Re: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Mon Jul 06, 2015 9:48 am

If you look at the big picture, the world's environmental issues are largely caused by the huge divide between rich and poor, where the rich care more about their financial interests and recreational pursuits, and the poor masses remain crowded into funky enclaves.  But by far the single biggest polluter is the US military.  These environmental NGOs are funded by the jews, who get what they pay for.  You might see some rulings but the big picture won't change.

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PostSubject: Re: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Wed Jul 08, 2015 5:11 pm

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If you look at the big picture, the world's environmental issues are largely caused by the huge divide between rich and poor, where the rich care more about their financial interests and recreational pursuits, and the poor masses remain crowded into funky enclaves.  But by far the single biggest polluter is the US military.  These environmental NGOs are funded by the jews, who get what they pay for.  You might see some rulings but the big picture won't change.

Yeah most environmental NGO's are funded by jews, and that's part of why so much of the malevolent details of the Gulf Oil Spill response was covered up. My point was that the Corexit (pronounced "corrects it") 'dispersant' was used in an experimental manner on the local population and habitat. It's proven that the toxicity increases synergistically when mixed with oil, and BP injected the dispersant directly at the wellhead (right where the oil was shooting out), besides spraying it over the oil sheens on the surface. Now it appears lots of local people are moving out of the area, and others are sick or suffering economically from the aftermath. After the smoke clears, who do you think will move in on the housing, fishing and shrimping economies? Shrimping has taken a dive temporarily (nobody buying), but it will bounce back up just in time for local fishermen to have gone out of business.



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PostSubject: Re: Sharks at DOJ (Dept of Jews?) patriate $54B from BP   Wed Jul 08, 2015 5:21 pm

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But $54B, where did all that the money go, and when did jews sell stakes in BP?


The report says $54 billion in costs to BP, $18.7 billion of which goes to the federal government, five gulf coast states and supposedly to the victims, but it's apparent that BP and the other tool & chemical companies are fighting the claims tooth and nail, and those with claims are paying for it out of their own pockets. It's like 9/11, nobody will see anything resolved, and if they get money it's 'shut up' money.

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