Friday, June 11, 2010

BP (NYSE:BP) Saves 88,700 Barrels of Oil So Far

After adding up the approximate 15,400 barrels BP (NYSE:BP) collected yesterday to its previous total, the oil giant has now kept 88,700 barrels from escaping into the Gulf of Mexico.

A new cap containment system will be put in place next week which could result in capturing up to 50,000 barrels a day if there were that much that could be collected.

Once the new device is in place, we may for the first time get an accurate picture of how much oil is actually spilling into the region, as much has been only estimates and guesses at this time, including the dubious numbers thrown around by "government" scientists, who are so clueless they through out numbers from 20,000 to 40,000.

The difference between the two are so great, that is must be concluded they have no better idea than anyone else, although they were used by Obama and Democrats to chastise BP for understating how much was being leaked into the ocean, even though they didn't have the guts to say how much really was.

The reason why is they're clueless, and the fact that they're government scientists already confirms they can't be trusted.

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