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It’s Official: BP Has Been Massively Lowballing Its Leak Estimate

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Friday, May 21, 2010

BP has been sticking to its 5,000 barrels a day estimate of the Deepwater leak (which was already a revision of its 1,000 barrels a day estimate).

But yesterday, when BP triumphantly claimed to be collecting 5,000 barrels a day with the siphon, savvy readers might have checked the Deepwater live cam or considered that BP had installed a siphon at only one of two leaks.

Clearly it’s leaking a hell of a lot more.

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Its Official: BP Has Been Massively Lowballing Its Leak Estimate 150410banner1

BP has admitted their estimate was low but has not provided a new estimate. BP lawyers are well aware that a low estimate of the leak size could save the company millions in court, according to McClatchy.

Assuming the leak is closer to 95,000 barrels a day, here’s 8 Incredible Things We Could Have Done With All That Oil

This article was posted: Friday, May 21, 2010 at 9:12 am





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