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Friday, 4 June 2010
Don't Do It BP. Leave the Pipes Alone....
'BP cutting into existing pipework of the damaged well head will not solve problem but release another massive deluge of contaminated oil' says media expert Julian Bray. 'They should immediately stop, think first and not listen to the bean counters ..'
' BP America are cutting into the damaged well head pipework knowing full well that many more thousand barrels of contaminated crude oil will be released daily into the Gulf of Mexico. BP have consistently ignored alternative low pressure oil capture technology which would safely contain the oil spill and bring it to the surface using the existing latent natural pressure from the breached well head but in the low/zero pressure process would require expensive processing to make the resultant collected oil spill viable for later commercial sale.
' Media expert Julian Bray said: "I worked with the oil industry and a specialist oil spill recovery firm and the construction industry as an adviser and for some time with the UK's Environment Agency.
' I have submiitted a briefing paper to BP, in a format as required by them, but they have consistently ignored the content. They have refused to tell me why they will not try this non invasive approach.
' In short the paper calls for a telescoping, nesting open ended 20 metre diameter jacket to be placed section by section around the whole well head structure and further lightweight sections fabricated form material similar to oil protective boom products. The technology is based on the simple premise that oil will naturally rise to the surface of water/saline, the jacket when completed would form a non pressurised guide path or tubular shaft for the crude to naturally rise to the surface where it can be easily skimmed off inside a sea level bund.
' BP financial people don't like the idea that a comparatively simple solution using existing non oil industry orginated technology will capture ( but not stop or stem) the oil spill but only after it has been contaminated/ mixed with sea water and organic debris.
' Although this would protect and save a massive ecosystem for as long as it takes to drill down alternative shafts to take off the oil in a traditional top pressure method, the low/zero pressure method will not provide a financial return to the oil company and if successful will show that oil does not have to be extracted then compressed under extreme pressure when low or zero pressure techniques can be employed but will dramatically increase the cost of processing once the oil water mixture has been landed.
' In times of extreme emergency, the finances involved in this operation should to my mind be a secondary consideration. A competent shipyard could start this work within days and deliver the sections as completed. Once the base open ended circular section is secured further sections are simply dropped down guide wires from the surface until the lightweight shaft is completed. Each section overlaps the section below and is not sealed'.
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