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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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Okay maybe I/we want to see something that is not ....
but

COULD THERE BE A PYRAMID NEXT TO THE PRINCESS ELISABETH STATION AT ANTARCTICA ????

Have a look at these images below:
[link to www.newscientist.com]
[link to www.go100percent.org]
[link to utsapocalypse.net]
[link to ars.els-cdn.com]


Doesnt it look like a very old pyramid? Burried under a lot of sand to cover the real structure ????


I suspect this is an ancient pyramid structure, but covered up with sand and debris to look more natural like a rock-formation.

I also suspect that it is not a 4 sided pyramid but a 5 SIDED STRUCTURE like on Mars ...
[link to tech.bemoor.com]



bump


My friend Gary spotted the image on this page :
[link to www.mrcometwatch.com]


xxxMzK


Edit to add nice info :D

Now THIS makes it interesting !!!

Wiki:
Norwegian Hjalmar Riiser-Larsen was the first person to set foot in the territory, in 1930. On 14 January 1939, the territory was claimed by Norway. From 1939 until 1945, Germany claimed New Swabia,[7] which consisted of part of Queen Maud Land. On 23 June 1961, Queen Maud Land became part of the Antarctic Treaty System, making it a demilitarised zone.

Queen Maud Land was the first part of Antarctica to be sighted, on 27 January 1820 by Fabian von Bellingshausen.

... Norway's claim was disputed by Germany,[7] which in 1938 dispatched the German Antarctic Expedition, led by Alfred Ritscher, to fly over as much of it as possible.[2][14] The ship Schwabenland reached the pack ice off Antarctica on 19 January 1939.[21] During the expedition, an area of about 350,000 square kilometres (140,000 sq mi) was photographed from the air by Ritscher,[22] who dropped darts inscribed with swastikas every 26 kilometres (16 mi). Germany eventually attempted to claim the territory surveyed by Ritscher under the name New Swabia,[2] but lost any claim to the land following its defeat in the Second World War.[7][note 4]



GERMANY ... Hitler ... Ancient artefacts ... !!!!
Heloooooooooowwwww ????


This is nice too

Belgium's Princess Elisabeth Base was established as a project to promote polar sciences, as well as to demonstrate the possibility of building a Zero emission station.[53] Research is conducted by an international team of scientists, studying climatology, glaciology and microbiology.[54]

Zero Emissions Research and Initiatives
[link to en.wikipedia.org]


scratching

Pauli and AUgie ... Sure SHE fits in HIS plans !


xxxMzK

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Hello RA,
I am going to have a better look at it later on, this day,
it could be very interesting ...

some ideas popped in my mind but I want to look a bit closer and further ;)

I will be back at this, tnx.


xxxMzK
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Hi Krisperness, it's very good that at long last, you are now in direct touch with RA!

So, ~ are you both singing out of the same hymn book? Is the question Bezerkers will be asking themselves?

Dolphins, sharks, snarks, whales, Wales and sword fish ~ what's the difference?

Is it: A Difference that makes any Difference ~ Will we ever know?

That Is All.
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Aussie RULES was created as a means of keeping cricketers fit and 'on the ball' during the off season, chasing a silly oval shaped ball. The LINK between cricket and Aussie rules is historical, one was created for the other.
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Interesting bit of history, BHD

Sutcliffe (bowler), Ames (w/keeper,) Bradman (Captain) ~ would be proud of that, I'm quite sure. Unless it is a disGRACE?

Suppose the other side of the coin is that you cannot play Football with your Cricket boots?

At this rate we'll all be playing Billiards next, with egg shaped Balls?

Horses for Courses.

That Is All.
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As a teenager, I had to once, in Canberra, and it was minus 1 on the field. Never forget that day, slipping around all over the place. No grip, no spriggs. Freezing cold. Canberra is a place of extremes. Either very hot, or very cold.

WG Grace, now there's a champion!

Are you fetching for a spot of bodyline?
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Aussie RULES was created as a means of keeping cricketers fit and 'on the ball' during the off season, chasing a silly oval shaped ball. The LINK between cricket and Aussie rules is historical, one was created for the other.
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And Australia was created as a playground...
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Thread: NBC: New fault on seafloor may have opened up from BP disaster in Gulf


This will not come as a shocker to those of us who have been following the BP fiasco. Matt Simons (RIP) had been saying it from the beginning.

NBC: New fault on seafloor may have opened up from BP disaster in Gulf, says oceanographer — “Potential for an indefinite release of oil”?

[link to enenews.com]
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BUMP


From the article-link:

According to [Bonny Schumaker, the physicist who now runs the non-profit On Wings of Care], scientists who have sampled the sheen on several occasions “have consistently found the presence of alpha olefiens ( [link to en.wikipedia.org] ), which is a chemical bond signature of a man-made chemical you would not find in pure crude form.

That suggests, she explained, that the source of the sheen is “residual material coming from the wreckage.” [...]




Strange :

The concern, Ian MacDonald noted, is trying to sort out its source. “The chemical data are a bit ambiguous.” Some analyses he’s seen suggest the presence of drilling fluid, which is consistent with what Schumaker has heard. But other analyses, from other sources that he said he’s privy to, find no drilling fluid

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K, remember that the oil must travel up a few miles to the surface, navigating countless eddies, tides, currents etc.

That it is found in the 'area' says to me there still is a great deal of it down there, under a blanket.

Of greater interest to me, also is that the oil finger print at the Napoleon dome, in Bayou Corne is the same as the DWH finger print.

'Experts' claim it is where they stored the washed up oil from the 2010 disaster, for later purification, and thats why it is the same...

10 points for creativity.

Of all the locations, they chose an unstable dome, miles inland.

You would have thought that someone took photos of all the oil from the shore lines being transported here. Nope.

Lies.

DWH and Assumption are connected - physically, geologically.

I'm sure if we concentrated on developments in Mexico, we would find connections to DWH there too. The Greater Texas aquifer connects Texas, Mexico and the GoM.

Just how that cruise ship ties in... loss of power, (ah-la Astute, Vengence etc) Everything old is new again.

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K, remember that the oil must travel up a few miles to the surface, navigating countless eddies, tides, currents etc.

That it is found in the 'area' says to me there still is a great deal of it down there, under a blanket.

Of greater interest to me, also is that the oil finger print at the Napoleon dome, in Bayou Corne is the same as the DWH finger print.

'Experts' claim it is where they stored the washed up oil from the 2010 disaster, for later purification, and thats why it is the same...

10 points for creativity.

Of all the locations, they chose an unstable dome, miles inland.

You would have thought that someone took photos of all the oil from the shore lines being transported here. Nope.

Lies.

DWH and Assumption are connected - physically, geologically.

I'm sure if we concentrated on developments in Mexico, we would find connections to DWH there too. The Greater Texas aquifer connects Texas, Mexico and the GoM.

Just how that cruise ship ties in... loss of power, (ah-la Astute, Vengence etc) Everything old is new again.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Heya BHDishy

Yes and I agree with you on that.
I also think [thanks to your research xxx] that Macondo and Bayou and A-Parish are interlinked.

But what stood out was : "a chemical bond signature of a man-made chemical you would not find in pure crude form"
thus it is not NATURAL crude oil,
it is oil with man-made chemical compounds,
was it a compound that is injected in caves and domes before they collect the "pre-fab" oil ???
I dont see how it can still be from the wreckage ...

thus it could be a fault connecting older domes and caves where they had stored oil from DWH or other wells,

it is not a fault that connects pure unaffected preveously closed domes and caves ....
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We know that the reserves were seeded for decades. Sometimes to create pressure, some times to semi-refine.

Containment failure is allowing separate reserves to mix. Some that already experience high pressure, being over pressurised by bacterias that create a great deal of methane, resulting in further degradation of dome walls and structures. Out of control.

Man made compounds used for drilling are everywhere in the GoM. 28,000 wells, a pin cushion, mostly concentrated off Louisianna, possibly going through containment failures, following softer geological formations, will, when emerging from the sea floor, deposit drilling mud and other fracking chemicals to other locations, which confuse the issue of where the original fault might have been.

Possibly.
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I think folks will love this -

Thread: The Floating Water Bridge - Water Behaving as a Plasma

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I think folks will love this -

Thread: The Floating Water Bridge - Water Behaving as a Plasma

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OMG!
starwater gathers at the poles?
...intelligent water...
You've had it pegged all along!
hf
“You can't wake a person who is pretending to be asleep”
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grouphug

cheer
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I think folks will love this -

Thread: The Floating Water Bridge - Water Behaving as a Plasma

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 Quoting: BadHairDay


OMG!
starwater gathers at the poles?
...intelligent water...
You've had it pegged all along!
hf
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BINGO!

and yes Southern Light, I am an old salt of the wooden schooner variety.

hugz & smooches & and rowdy loud cheers.
Tutes
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Hey Tutes!hugs
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BINGO!

and yes Southern Light, I am an old salt of the wooden schooner variety.

hugz & smooches & and rowdy loud cheers.
Tutes
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dasbier
&
fast horses!
hf
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come on kill this stupid thread already!1doh1pick
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come on give more stars to this thread already!hfbanana2
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Well, looking at the threads you post on, this should be right up your ally.

Thanks for the encouragement.

chuckle

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The sun is electric. I will post information soon.

Starlight creates water. Follow up post to follow.

So, when these stars (suns) create water, the water is submerged in electrical currents from the star's relationship within its electrical environment.

Is the sun structuring water, and water structuring us? I am not saying that as 100%, but is the sun influencing the structure of water, and is water influencing the structure of us?

Again, I am out in left field, but it's fun to think about.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I throw this out of left field...because I can beer2

...BTW I liked this when you first posted it (and still do), even downloaded the paper and read it!

[NOTE: There is now this quote from THE LAW OF ONE, ~

THE RA MATERIAL]

19.19 Questioner: I believe we have a very, very important point here. It then seems that there is an extreme potential in this polarization the same as there is in, — to make an analogy, using electricity: We have a positive and negative pole. The more you build the charge on either of these, the greater the potential difference and the greater the ability to do work, as we call it, in the physical.

This would seem to me to be the exact analogy that we have in consciousness here. Is this correct?

Ra: I am Ra. This is precisely correct.

19.20 Questioner: Well, then — this would seem then that there is a relationship then between what we perceive as physical phenomena, say the electrical phenomena, and the phenomena of consciousness, and that they, having stemmed from The One Creator, are practically identical but have slightly different actions as we [(tape ends.) Is this correct?]

Ra: I am Ra. Again we oversimplify to answer your query.

The physical complex alone is created of many, many energy or electromagnetic fields interacting due to intelligent energy; the mental configurations or distortions of each complex further adding fields of electromagnetic energy and distorting the physical complex patterns of energy; the spiritual aspect serving as a further complexity of fields which is of itself perfect but which can be realized in many distorted and unintegrated ways by the mind and body complexes of energy fields.

Thus, instead of one, shall we say, magnet with one polarity you have in the body/mind/spirit complex one basic polarity expressed in what you would call violet-ray energy, the sum of the energy fields, but which is affected by thoughts of all kinds generated by the mind complex, by distortions of the body complex, and by the numerous relationships between the microcosm which is the entity and the macrocosm in many forms which you may represent by viewing the stars, as you call them, each with a contributing energy ray which enters the electromagnetic web of the entity due to its individual distortions.

20.9 Questioner: Thank you. Yesterday we were speaking of the split that takes place in third density when an entity either consciously or because of bias chooses the path of service to others or service to self. The philosophical question of why such a split even exists came up. It is my impression that as it is in electricity, if we have no polarity in electricity we have no electricity; we have no action, we have no…. Therefore, I am assuming that in consciousness without such polarity there would be no action or experience. Is this correct?

Ra: This is correct. You may use the general term “work.”

28.18 Questioner: Thank you. When this major galaxy is formed by the Logos, polarity then exists in a sense that we have electrical polarity, a gravitational effect that probably isn’t polarity, I’m… I’ll have to ask that question… We do have electrical polarity existing at that time. Is this correct?

Ra: I am Ra. I accept this as correct with the stipulation that what you term electrical be understood as not only the one, Larson, stipulated its meaning but also in what you would call the metaphysical sense.

<Snip>

28.19 Questioner: Are you saying then that we not only have a polarity of electrical charge but also a polarity in consciousness at that time?

Ra: I am Ra. This is correct. All is potentially available from the beginning of your physical space/time; it then being the function of consciousness complexes to begin to use the physical materials to gain experience to then polarize in a metaphysical sense. The potentials for this are not created by the experiencer but by intelligent energy.
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Yes, BHD ~ I am sure you are right on the (cricket) ball here, on this one!

The top post with RA's explanation is from the same website you have fingerposted, to us BEZERKERS!

Recall The Memory of Water Experiments?

When taken together with the structure of our DNA, which is "bonded" by Hydrogen ~ where from? WATER! ... Is all part of the same natural structure, to enable and empower consciousness?

What bodyline thing are you referring to?
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Remember the series where they bowled at each other's heads? 1932-33. (was just being silly btw..)

Some nice ideas comming together eh.

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I think folks will love this -

Thread: The Floating Water Bridge - Water Behaving as a Plasma

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 Quoting: BadHairDay


OMG!
starwater gathers at the poles?
...intelligent water...
You've had it pegged all along!
hf
 Quoting: SouthernLight


BINGO!

and yes Southern Light, I am an old salt of the wooden schooner variety.

hugz & smooches & and rowdy loud cheers.
Tutes
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 6581438


captain



Ahoy matey!!!!! blwkss

Can't stay away can ye?

I know the feeling.

All this talk of water reminds me of Dr Batmangelj, the Iranian political prisoner who was able to cure fellow inmates with the only medicine he had.......h2o.


hf
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SINKHOLE UPDATE:

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BP OIL UPDATE:

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Thread: The Floating Water Bridge - Water Behaving as a Plasma

Hmm, cant embed YT vids...
 Quoting: BadHairDay


OMG!
starwater gathers at the poles?
...intelligent water...
You've had it pegged all along!
hf
 Quoting: SouthernLight


BINGO!

and yes Southern Light, I am an old salt of the wooden schooner variety.

hugz & smooches & and rowdy loud cheers.
Tutes
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 6581438


captain



Ahoy matey!!!!! blwkss

Can't stay away can ye?

I know the feeling.

All this talk of water reminds me of Dr Batmangelj, the Iranian political prisoner who was able to cure fellow inmates with the only medicine he had.......h2o.


hf
 Quoting: Ahim-sa


Hiya Ahimsa! hf Unlike you to use so many words... LOL

So this fella? he would have imbued the water with an intention of healing maybe? Powerful stuff our minds.
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OMG!
starwater gathers at the poles?
...intelligent water...
You've had it pegged all along!
hf
 Quoting: SouthernLight


BINGO!

and yes Southern Light, I am an old salt of the wooden schooner variety.

hugz & smooches & and rowdy loud cheers.
Tutes
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 6581438


captain



Ahoy matey!!!!! blwkss

Can't stay away can ye?

I know the feeling.

All this talk of water reminds me of Dr Batmangelj, the Iranian political prisoner who was able to cure fellow inmates with the only medicine he had.......h2o.


hf
 Quoting: Ahim-sa


Hiya Ahimsa! hf Unlike you to use so many words... LOL

So this fella? he would have imbued the water with an intention of healing maybe? Powerful stuff our minds.
 Quoting: BadHairDay








You are not just what you eat; you are what you drink.

This is why water is so important to your health.



When the Iranian Revolution broke out in 1979, Dr. Batmanghelidj was placed in the infamous Evin Prison as a political prisoner for two years and seven months. It was there he discovered the healing powers of water. One night, Dr. B. had to treat a fellow prisoner with crippling peptic ulcer pain. With no medications at his disposal, Dr. B. gave him two glasses of water. Within eight minutes, his pain disappeared. He was instructed to drink two glasses of water every three hours and became absolutely pain free for his four remaining months in the prison. Dr. B. successfully treated 3,000 fellow prisoners suffering from stress-induced peptic ulcer disease with water alone. While in prison he conducted extensive research into the medicinal effects of water in preventing and relieving many painful degenerative diseases. Evin proved an ideal “stress laboratory,” and despite his being offered an earlier release, Dr. B. chose to stay an extra four months in prison to complete his research into the relationship of dehydration and bleeding peptic ulcer disease. The report of his findings was published as the editorial of the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology in June 1983. The New York Times Science Watch reported this discovery on June 21, 1983.

On his release from prison in 1982, Dr. Batmanghelidj escaped from Iran and came to America. At the Foundation for the Simple in Medicine he began to research the effect of chronic unintentional dehydration on the human body. His findings were published in the Foundation’s “Journal of Science in Medicine Simplified” in 1991 and 1992. They can be read on the web site www.watercure.com




Dr. F. Batmaghelidj wrote his first self-help book “Your Body’s Many Cries for Water” in 1992, in which he stated that a dry mouth is not a reliable indicator of dehydration. The body signals its water shortage by producing pain. Dehydration actually produces pain and many degenerative diseases, including asthma, arthritis, hypertension, angina, adult-onset diabetes, lupus and multiple sclerosis. Dr. B’s message to the world is, “You are not sick, you are thirsty. Don’t treat thirst with medication.”


cheers


Drink up, mate.

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Hiya Ahimsa! hf Unlike you to use so many words... LOL

So this fella? he would have imbued the water with an intention of healing maybe? Powerful stuff our minds.
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 6581438


You are not just what you eat; you are what you drink.

This is why water is so important to your health.

<Snip>

Dr. F. Batmaghelidj wrote his first self-help book “Your Body’s Many Cries for Water” in 1992, in which he stated that a dry mouth is not a reliable indicator of dehydration. The body signals its water shortage by producing pain. Dehydration actually produces pain and many degenerative diseases, including asthma, arthritis, hypertension, angina, adult-onset diabetes, lupus and multiple sclerosis. Dr. B’s message to the world is, “You are not sick, you are thirsty. Don’t treat thirst with medication.”

cheers

Drink up, mate.
 Quoting: Ahim-sa


Hey? Isn't this global water thing a vicious circle ~ an endless syndrome?

First if you like ~ the spray (H2O) comes off the sea rising in the air (O2)to form clouds which circulate, whirling into rain clouds. The rain falls later, accumulating in rivers which eventually, flows back into the (salty) sea?

During this process, some 5 billion people consume an average of x pints of water per day, most of which gets recycled through the sewage system and rivers, back once more to the sea > spray > clouds > reservoirs > drinking water ~ an Infinite Cycle?


But here's the trick ~ the Hydrogen in the water BONDS

our DNA
(recall The Memory of Water experiments), unzipping our (Junk) DNA and enhancing our consciousness!

Whose round is it?

Cheer~ho!

banana2abduct
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We know that the reserves were seeded for decades. Sometimes to create pressure, some times to semi-refine.

Containment failure is allowing separate reserves to mix. Some that already experience high pressure, being over pressurised by bacterias that create a great deal of methane, resulting in further degradation of dome walls and structures. Out of control.

Man made compounds used for drilling are everywhere in the GoM. 28,000 wells, a pin cushion, mostly concentrated off Louisianna, possibly going through containment failures, following softer geological formations, will, when emerging from the sea floor, deposit drilling mud and other fracking chemicals to other locations, which confuse the issue of where the original fault might have been.

Possibly.
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Continuing the gulf pin cushion...

[link to fuelfix.com]

The intervention is taking place roughly two weeks after workers detected a kick, or uncontrolled flow of fluid, at the Apache Corp. well on Feb. 4. Although they activated a blowout preventer in response and apparently were able to keep natural gas from escaping the well, later tests detected the hydrocarbon had migrated from the bottom of the 8,300-foot hole to a shallower sand formation 1,100 feet below the sea floor.
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This snip is from the last web posted:

The company had contracted with the well control specialists at Boots & Coots, a Halliburton company, to try and kill the well, generally by pumping drilling muds into the well.

That work is underway, according to the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement.

Take a look at the directors of Haliburton (Dick Cheney) and the US Government?

Join the dots ...
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Re Dick Cheney ~

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Former US vice president Dick Cheney is to be charged by Nigerian authorities in connection with a bribery scandal allegedly involving energy firm Halliburton. Photograph: Kevin Wolf/AP

Nigeria's anti-corruption police said today that they will charge former US vice-president Dick Cheney over a $180m bribery case involving energy firm Halliburton.The announcement follows a probe into the construction of a liquefied natural gas plant in the conflict-ridden Niger Delta.

Halliburton's top official in Nigeria has been summoned and 10 of its Nigerian and expat staff detained for questioning after a raid on the company's office in Lagos. Cheney was head of Halliburton before becoming George W Bush's vice-president in 2001.

"We are filing charges against Cheney," said Femi Babafemi, a spokesman for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), adding that the charges were likely to be brought next week. He declined to give any further details on what the charges were or where they would be filed.

Houston-based engineering firm KBR, a former Halliburton unit, pleaded guilty last year to US charges that it paid $180m in bribes between 1994 and 2004 to Nigerian officials to secure $6.0Bn in contracts for the Bonny Island Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project in the Niger Delta.

KBR and Halliburton reached a $579m settlement in America but Nigeria, France and Switzerland have conducted their own investigations into the case.

The 'New World' Order?
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You haven't read this thread, have you?

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Yes, and the Press Release ref to this recent development was interesting too!

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BP has announced it is introducing new technology which will significantly boost the amount of oil it can extract.

It will be used for the first time offshore in the £4.5bn Clair Ridge development west of Shetland.

If left to its own devices an oil well will deliver only about 10% of the crude it contains. By then its pressure is exhausted.

However, the new technique means the energy firm will bring in an extra 42 million barrels from Clair Ridge alone.

The established industry technique of waterflooding brings more oil to the surface. Sea water is pumped into the oil-bearing rocks deep below the seabed.

But even then almost two thirds of the crude will remain beneath the waves.

BP's new technique - called LoSal EOR and announced here at the British Science Festival in Aberdeen - promises to increase both the life and yield of oilfields worldwide.

Instead of sea water, it will inject water from which most of the salt has been removed.

It'll still be too salty to drink, but enough to force the crude to separate itself from the rock and come to the wellhead.



The new technology will be first used offshore by BP at the Clair Ridge development, off Shetland/ BP will be spending $120m on desalination equipment for Clair Ridge. It will produce up to 25,000 tonnes of water every day and the reward will be an extra 42m barrels of oil from that oilfield alone.

The science underpinning the technique is that water which is low in salt helps loosen the bonds between crude oil and the rock which surrounds it. Too salty, and the oil binds to the rock more tightly.


BP say there are likely to be benefits for oilfields worldwide.

The field trials to prove the science worked were held in Alaska and the field expected to use the technique after Clair Ridge is in the Gulf of Mexico.

Aberdeen University economist, Professor Alex Kemp, described it as a "landmark announcement of great significance".

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