Deepwater Horizon Incident Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill

http://www.deepwaterhorizonresponse.com/go/site/2931/

“This site is providing information regarding the April 20 incident in the US Gulf of Mexico involving a Transocean drilling Rig Deep Water Horizon. The Horizon was engaged in drilling activity on behalf of BP at Mississippi Canyon Block 252, about 52 miles southeast of Venice, La.

BP is assisting in the response and has staffed up its Houston crisis center to provide support for the response.

Please register on the site using the Questions/Comments tab above to receive future updates on response activities. You may also submit questions using this same tab. We will end eavor to respond in a timely fashion to questions submitted here.

To report oiled wildlife, please call 1-866-557-1401 and leave a message. Messages will be checked hourly.

To report spill related damage, please call 1-800-440-0858.

To report oiled shoreline or request volunteer information, please call 1-866-448-5816.

Follow us on Twitter at Oil_Spill_2010 or on Facebook at Deepwater Horizon Response.

To submit alternative response technology, services or products please call (281) 366-5511″–From the Website.

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3 responses to “Deepwater Horizon Incident Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill”

  1. isochroma says :

    What a beautiful leak. I love the oily mass that bulges outwards from a bent pipe. A brown Rorschach blot of the automobile culture.

    My most fervent hope is that all efforts to stop and mitigate this masterwork are failures. The incontinent flow of hydrocarbons shall continue for the decay of all.

    I would love to see a sea of greasy Devil’s blood flowing into the ocean forever more. The spew that flew right on through.

    Then the World can move on into its next phase, the Dark Phase of death, decline and destruction. Soon, all the works of humans will decay and so too will themselves be brought to the altar of slaughter, to account for their crimes of existence.

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