BP Weighs New Way to Kill Gulf Well

BP Weighs New Way to Kill Gulf Well

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Gas from the damaged Deepwater Horizon wellhead is burned by the drillship Discoverer Enterprise May 16, 2010, in a process known as flaring. Gas and oil from the wellhead were being brought to the surface via a tube that was placed inside the damaged pipe. Captions and Photo source: USGS / US Coast Guard photograph by Petty Officer 3rd Class Patrick Kelley

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BP PLC was Monday considering yet another method to kill its ruptured Gulf of Mexico oil well amid concerns that the cap it installed last week could be allowing oil and gas to seep out the sides…

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