As they say, if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s probably a duck—a well-oiled one, as in Hunziker’s redesigned BP logo.
***Make sure to see important update below August 22, 2011
At the time BP finally capped the Macondo Well in the Gulf of Mexico, there were concerns that the process had damaged the seafloor. That fear is now materializing. BP’s Gulf Gusher may be spewing again—and if so, there is no way to stop it. It will continue until seafloor pressure and oil pressure have been equalized, which may take decades.
BP is aware. They’ve hired 40 fishing boats to string boom around the Deepwater Horizon site.
BP, of course, denies it. They claim to have sent several remote-controlled mini submersibles and concluded that the leak could not have come from their well. However, a United State Coast Guard undersea inspection at the site of the Macondo Well found that it was, indeed, leaking. They say that they have video footage of it. BP says it wasn’t oil—it was silt