The Secret Submarine
Saving The World From
The BP Oil Disaster
Psi Data Download Report

© Researched and Written By Starfire Tor

The Deepwater Horizon and BP Oil Disaster
Photo Gallery Page 2


Deepwater Horizon

Deepwater Horizon The Deepwater Horizon was a floating oil drilling platform — a fifth-generation, ultra-deepwater, dynamically positioneed, column-stabilized, semi-submersible Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (MODU). The platform was 396 feet (121 m) long and 256 feet (78 m) wide and could operate in waters up to 8,000 feet (2,400 m) deep, to a maximum drill depth of 30,000 feet (9,100 m). The $560 million platform was built by Hyundai Heavy Industries in South Korea and completed in 2001. It was owned by Transocean, and was under lease to BP until September 2013. At the time of the explosion, the Deepwater Horizon was on Mississippi Canyon Block 252, referred to as the Macondo Prospect, in the United States sector of the Gulf of Mexico, about 41 miles (66 km) off the Louisiana coast. The platform commenced drilling in February 2010 at a water depth of approximately 5,000 feet (1,500 m). The planned well was to be drilled to 18,000 feet (5,500 m) below sea level, and was to be plugged and suspended for subsequent completion as a subsea producer. The fire aboard the Deepwater Horizon reportedly started at 9:45 p.m. CDT on April 20, 2010. Shortly thereafter it sank into the sea.

Oil, gas, and mud gushes from what is left of the oil line pipe after the destruction of the Deepwater Horizon.

The 4-27-2010 NASA Earth Observatory Satellite view and map of the BP oil spill disaster.

The 5-24-2010 NASA Satellite view of the BP oil spill disaster.

Oil covered La Island 5-23-2010. Photo Daniel Beltra

BP oil spill spreads across the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

BP oil spill gets a controlled burn on 5-19-2010. Photo Defence Imagery Mil

A boat tries to contain and clean up part of the BP oil spill. Photo AP.

On 5-5-2010 a USAF C-130 tanker dumps dispersant over oil slicks caused by the BP oil spill disaster. Photo USAF

On 5-22-2010 the disastrous BP oil spill covered La marshes and a brown pelican breeding ground. Photo Gerald Herbert

BP tries and fails to stop the gushing oil with their “top kill” mission.

Photo Gallery Page 1: Key Players and Dead Men

Photo Gallery Page 2: The Deepwater Horizon and BP Oil Disaster

Photo Gallery Page 3: The Destruction, The Dead, And The Endangered

Photo Gallery Page 4: Black Ops Technology Realized

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