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Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?

 
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Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
I don't know why.. if BP is sucking up 5,000 barrels a day.. why no invitation to other oil co's to park a ship on top and suck up whatever they want?.. Just going to waste .. Anyone?
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05/25/2010 09:11 AM
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
BP claims it's there oil!
Even Obama says it's their oil!

They don't want anyone else to profit during this chaos.

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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
I don't know why.. if BP is sucking up 5,000 barrels a day.. why no invitation to other oil co's to park a ship on top and suck up whatever they want?.. Just going to waste .. Anyone?
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
There is a 1200 pound jew fish in the reef at Key biscane.
I have met this leviathin. God damn B.P. halliburton and the like for crapping on our paradise.
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
Ya spill it you suck it.....thems the rules....
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05/25/2010 11:28 AM
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
Ya spill it you suck it.....thems the rules....
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I know butt......if they can suck up some oil.. and others can suck up oil.. why not get together on this.. it might be the only way.. there is free oil to the other oil co's.. a perfect motivation to help suck up some of the problem..
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05/25/2010 11:35 AM
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
besides the profit factor of sucking up spilled oil you would think that BP would be paying other oil companies to get out there and help with the capping / cleanup efforts

this is a global catastrophe you would think the entire planet should be out there committing resources to stop this thing..
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Sorry to say, but a dozen Einstein's and a hundred Red Adair's will not stop this global cataclysm.

But I would love to be wrong...
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
I don't know why.. if BP is sucking up 5,000 barrels a day.. why no invitation to other oil co's to park a ship on top and suck up whatever they want?.. Just going to waste .. Anyone?
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Money, baby,money! They know they would have to pay to have other countries clean up the mess,too. It's all about the money!
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05/25/2010 11:36 AM
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
Heard yesterday that many of the large oil tankers that could suck up this oil are full and are waiting for the price to increase so they can sell.
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
Heard yesterday that many of the large oil tankers that could suck up this oil are full and are waiting for the price to increase so they can sell.
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Yep - control the supply, you control the price.
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
Heard yesterday that many of the large oil tankers that could suck up this oil are full and are waiting for the price to increase so they can sell.
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Figures ...
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05/25/2010 11:55 AM
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
Why are no other oil companies helping? Because that would take national leadership to step and pool resources instead of saying "it's BP's oil". It would mean that, during a NATIONAL CRISIS, the head of the nation (even if he is just a puppet) would have to step in and start recruiting help and delegating responsibilities in a coordinated way from making sure all shorelines are protected to making sure the equipment needed is being manufactured (the unemployed would be thankful for jobs I'm sure) to making sure the people exposed have the protective gear they need to getting the best minds in there to help BP stop it and the manpower out there to contain as much as possible. This should have been done WEEKS ago.

BP can't do it alone and it's apparent they don't care anyway since toxic dispersants seem to be their first line of defense. When it starts going up the east coast will dear leader still be saying "it's BP's responsibility"?

It might be BP's oil but these are OUR coasts. Our country. It's a national crisis, Obama is the President. At what point to his followers expect him to start acting like a leader? He is passing the buck, busy campaigning for Dems on the west coast today.
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
If a drug addict finds 2 kilos of coke, will he call all other addicts to help him snore it before it's too late?
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
That is one of the smartest things I've heard on here about what we as a country should be doing.
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
they are waiting until the price goes up enough, then they will start sucking it all themselves.
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anybody have any new satellite pictures of this mess?
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anybody have any new satellite pictures of this mess?
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
Because Obama couldn't lead a little league baseball team. I real leader would be getting engineers fro all the oil companies on this. Maybe some NASA guys.etc. I don't think BP and the Cost Guard are the smartest people in the room right now.
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05/25/2010 12:36 PM
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
NO WAY will they let independent eyes on the scene.

Imagine Germany or Norway telling the rest of the world the Gulf is destroyed and the disease is spreading. We'd be in a miltary/ diplomatic stand off in weeks.
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we are ALL going to hell in a handbasket, and BP is leading the way!!!

I have heard people in the "norm" at resturants and stores etc talking about it. It always catchs my attention. The Sheople trying to understand what they see. They know its bad, they don't know HOW bad, They think its a really bad spill that will damage the gulf and its sad. But thats about it. I wanna strangle them sometimes... But they are a product of the Zombie nation MSM fore feeding them lies and disinfo.
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BYE BYE BAHAMAS. rivotears
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
I don't know why.. if BP is sucking up 5,000 barrels a day.. why no invitation to other oil co's to park a ship on top and suck up whatever they want?.. Just going to waste .. Anyone?
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Because they want to evacuate and ruin 5 states so they can land their forces there for their army occupations.

This invasion 101 here.

wake tfu up people.
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
this is a global catastrophe you would think the entire planet should be out there committing resources to stop this thing..
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It's not that big of a deal really, the media is blowing it out of proportion as always. There is a kind of bacteria that EATS oil, so after a couple of months it will all be gone!
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
I don't know why.. if BP is sucking up 5,000 barrels a day.. why no invitation to other oil co's to park a ship on top and suck up whatever they want?.. Just going to waste .. Anyone?
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Why would they?

That's a better question.
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I guess they dont want to share or other companies dont want their name associated with it.
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I don't know why.. if BP is sucking up 5,000 barrels a day.. why no invitation to other oil co's to park a ship on top and suck up whatever they want?.. Just going to waste .. Anyone?
 Quoting: Just saying 905368



Why would BP have to invite any other oil company to suck up the oil?

International Maritime regarding salvage rights probably come into play. The oil could be anyone's for the taking. Just get a ship and start siphoning it up.

Something larger is at play here. Otherwise, the Gulf would be filled with tankers from other companies grabbing what they could.
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this is a global catastrophe you would think the entire planet should be out there committing resources to stop this thing..


It's not that big of a deal really, the media is blowing it out of proportion as always. There is a kind of bacteria that EATS oil, so after a couple of months it will all be gone!
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I think bacteria ate your brain.
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this is a global catastrophe you would think the entire planet should be out there committing resources to stop this thing..


It's not that big of a deal really, the media is blowing it out of proportion as always. There is a kind of bacteria that EATS oil, so after a couple of months it will all be gone!

I think bacteria ate your brain.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 793324


lmao

Last Edited by Taz on 05/25/2010 01:28 PM
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
besides the profit factor of sucking up spilled oil you would think that BP would be paying other oil companies to get out there and help with the capping / cleanup efforts

this is a global catastrophe you would think the entire planet should be out there committing resources to stop this thing..
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^

.. WOW I gotta pin ! I was just thinking.. how stupid.. and simple ....how obvious a solution.. or partial solution.. THANKS!..
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
I don't know why.. if BP is sucking up 5,000 barrels a day.. why no invitation to other oil co's to park a ship on top and suck up whatever they want?.. Just going to waste .. Anyone?


Why would they?

That's a better question.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 981325

It would help to get rid of some of the oil.. duh... IQ please? iamwith
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Re: Why no BP invitation to other oil co's to suck up oil?
They shouldn't need an invitation.
There should be a mandate.
They should all be out there doing what they can to clean up the mess. Their reward is whatever they can gain from the use of the oil.

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