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Oil Industry Expert: 'BP Cap Meant to Hide Original Rate of Gusher'

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Uploaded on Jul 16, 2010

"I don't understand this whole operation that they're undergoing right now. Sunday was the first time I heard the words 'well integrity test.' There's never been any discussion about this in their public disclosure or in anything else that I've seen ... I'm completely confused as to why they're taking this risk of damaging the well further ... My guess is that they're hoping to be able to shut down at least some of the production from the well so once they open it back up -- or open it to the surface through the Q4000 and the Helix Producer that it will be producing at a rate less than what it was open-flow, so it will be harder to measure what the total flow was from the well when it was completely uncontrolled." -- Bob Cavnar, oil industry expert

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