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Message Subject PROOF -- BP Deepwater Horizon Drilled TWO Wells That Blew Out on FEB 13 and APR 20
Poster Handle tweeny
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After researching this thoroughly, the conclusion is that Deepwater only ever drilled the first well (Well A) and that is what we are seeing on the ROV feed. They got stuck the first time, did a plugback (where they seal the well from the stuck point down) and did a "sidetrack" around that part to the bottom of the well. This can be verified from the API numbers and emails available. 60 min. mispoke when they stated that the well was "abandoned" after they fractured the bottom the first time. They abandoned that route and cut a new route from the side and then down. The A and B well thing is a red herring. However, my question is did the fracturing of the first "bottom" of the well affect the integrity of the final bore hole, especially in light of it being compromised now. If they fractured the strata around the hole then any escaping gas/oil from the current well bore could find its way more easily through these fissures. It bugs me that all the diagrams BP shows have a straight well to the bottom, when the truth is it is more complex than that. They had to curve the hole which made the casing and cementing more complicated, plus you have a fractured and plugged section adjoining the hole.
I love a good conspiracy as much as anyone, but this one just doesn't pan out. BP is probably lying about the integrity of the well, the extent of the seeps etc..., but I don't see them being able to pull off something as crazy as faking a closed hole while another blows wide open miles away. Current satellite feed over the past week has also shown a decrease in the amount of surface oil quite substantially which rather debunks Simmon's claims.
However, I still agree that the actual situation down there may not bode well for the success of relief wells. If the rock is porous then it will not hold in mud or cement. A good overview of the problem can be heard here.

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