Oct 18, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger
Drilling off the shore of Cuba is a sensitive political issue because if there were to be a spill, U.S. technology might be prevented from being quickly deployed due to the long-running trade embargo with Cuba.
Who owns our politicians?
By Dwight Baker
SUBJECT: U.S. lawmakers fret as Cuba oil drill plans advance
EXCERPT:+ US will inspect Repsol rig before it gets to Cuba
+ Regulator Bromwich:“This is a lot better than nothing.”
+ Says trade embargo wouldn’t impede helping with a spill
Big oil owns Bromwich also Salazar they run our Minerals Management Department.
I have advised Bromwich by registered mail and all of the Florida Congressmen that the cure for Blowouts was NOT that presented and adopted by them from MWCC sponsored by EXXON MOBIL.
In regards to the reply that Bromwich gave he is a lawyer and those that work for him our not savvy in oil and gas drilling equipment.
So what will happen now? Bromwich will require paper work to be filled out then signed and when all hell breaks loose again he will wave the paper as if he did his job.
Then when oil and gas invades Florida again as it did during the BP blowout Bromwich will be satisfied that he did his job?
Hello is anybody at home that wears a political job uniform?
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|Drilling Mud Spills At Repsol Exploratory Well (Feb '12)||Feb '12||Dwight Baker||1|
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