Oil industry outlines cleanup strategy for Arctic spill

Jun 10, 2011 Full story: CTV.ca

As the oil and gas industry works to convince Canada's energy regulator that it can safely drill in the Arctic's deep waters, it is proposing some creative and controversial methods to clean up spills in sea ice: using fires set from helicopters to burn oil and even the propeller blades of icebreakers to disperse it.

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Dwight Baker

Uvalde, TX

#1 Jun 10, 2011
If you thought dumb and dumber was a movie read on
What makes matters worse the capping attack was the creation of MSCC led by Exxon Mobil. It was the result of a dog and pony show for the Boemre.

I suppose leave it up to two Rockefeller organizations to leave our earth in dire circumstances intentionally.
Dwight Baker

Uvalde, TX

#2 Jun 10, 2011
Oil industry outlines cleanup strategy for Arctic spill
NATHAN VANDERKLIPPE - The Globe and Mail June 10, 2011

MY TAKE
BY Dwight Baker
June 10, 2011
Dbaker22@stx.rr.com

If you thought dumb and dumber was a movie read on. What makes matters worse the capping attack was the creation of Marine Well Containment Company MWCC led by Exxon Mobil. It was the result of a dog and pony show put on for Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (BOEMRE). The capping attack is a fake creation yet Bromwich the new lawyer director has failed to see through it. What will Canada say and do?

I suppose leave it up to two Rockefeller organizations to leave our earth in dire circumstances intentionally.

Now, how do I know? I have a patent pending on a new blow out device called Total Fail Safe blowout Container. At the flip of a switch on a remote ship or platform all closes in. No leaks of oil or gas. No deadly dispersants needs to be used. Exxon Mobil knows of it and so does Chevron I have offered it to them for sale, yet they danced for a bit as if interested until they got clearance to go back to work in the GOM using the capping stacking attack that is pure crap and non oil and gas common sense and engineering reason.

Since: Oct 08

Red Lion, PA

#3 Jun 10, 2011
Wouldn't an oil spill in the Arctic pose less havoc on our world than one in the Gulf? It seems to me that if we're going to make a mess it would be better isolated in the Arctic than anywhere else and have less dire consequences "when" they can't contain it for 3 months.
paul shykora

Calgary, Canada

#4 Jun 10, 2011
Dwight Baker wrote:
If you thought dumb and dumber was a movie read on
What makes matters worse the capping attack was the creation of MSCC led by Exxon Mobil. It was the result of a dog and pony show for the Boemre.
I suppose leave it up to two Rockefeller organizations to leave our earth in dire circumstances intentionally.
...DO You's drive a motor car or vehicle??...eh.
remi stevens

Toronto, Canada

#6 Jun 15, 2011
paul shykora wrote:
<quoted text>...DO You's drive a motor car or vehicle??...eh.
I don't, but i do see the value in risking arctic disaster so that the single occupant commuters can have cheap fuel.

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