BP Screws Up Alaska Again

BP Races to Contain North Slope Well After Finding Leaks

A well operated by BP Exploration Alaska Inc. on Alaska’s frigid North Slope is no longer spraying crude oil after leaks were discovered Friday morning.

The well, located in the Greater Prudhoe Bay area, was venting gas, which caused a spray of crude oil to impact the well pad. By Sunday afternoon in Alaska, that had been stopped. A second leak had been reduced but was still emitting gas, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation said in a statement. Well pressure was monitored throughout the night and excess pressure was bled off to keep it within a safe range. . . .



19 thoughts on “BP Screws Up Alaska Again

  1. Cook Inlet] State of Alaska
    Event: Environment Pollution
    Date: 18th Feb 2017 05:14 AM

    [BP Pipeline, North Slope] State of Alaska
    Event: Environment Pollution
    Date: 15th Apr 2017 04:12 AM

    [Kootenay Lake] Province of British Columbia Canada
    Event: Environment Pollution
    Date: 16th Apr 2017 05:02 AM
    The main car ferry that crosses Kootenay Lake, B.C., has leaked about 400 litres of gear oil into the lake, … Event summary. Environment Pollution in Canada on April 16 2017 05:02 AM (UTC). … County / State,Province of British Columbia.

  2. I grow up in Oak Ridge TN in the 60’s from backyard of house you could see the Cumberland Plateau that not the Blue Ridge Mountains or the Great Smoky Mountains
    View Oak Ridge

    1960’s Oak Ridge TN

    Ed Westcott with film making Equipment Oak Ridge

    I got some of this Irradiated Dimes
    From American Museum of Atomic Energy
    In the late 1940s and/or early 1950s, dimes were also irradiated at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and encased in a similar fashion

  3. Damage to Oroville Dam spillway update
    At the top of picture middle is two steel towers power lines in picture you can see there taking one down in picture
    This is dated Mar. 3, 2017

    Oroville dam update on spillway
    Mar. 23, 2017
    You can see that one steel towers power lines that they were taken down is gone now in picture

    With snow melting, Oroville managers plan to use mangled spillway
    March 11, 2017

    As of now those two steel towers power lines are gone in pictures

  4. What this is really all about.
    Location: [About 161 miles south of the Southwest Pass] Gulf Of Mexico
    Was it from a wave
    Event: Vehicle Accident
    The Coast Guard responded to a report of a vessel that capsized Saturday afternoon (April 22)
    Coast Guard responds to vessel capsized off Southwest Pass

    Comments read them
    A small boat like that wouldn’t hold enough fuel to get that far offshore

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