I would like to think this is news for us but I think its just gas from the well, pouring more crap into our air. Also the millions of ecosphere bubbles are microscopic, I don't think they'd take the form that we're seeing.
Almost looks like they set it on fire, possibly to burn the oil/gas? or maybe just a different angle with the well backlit?
Either way, esph will have lots of fracing work and still possibly coastal clean-up, even if BP stole the 'microbubble' technique. Fkn foriegn company, BP, does not respect our patent, laws or enviornment. GLTA
I don't know what you are suggesting, but I do know that we are not even capable of applying the bubbles at the well head yet. Per Ecosphere we are 30-90 days away from having the unit built for the well head.
Lets pay attention to what we type. We don't need any more false info than this borad already has
I was doubtful when I first read this post, and thought it was a simple case of cheerleading. However, I did visit the link that was provided, and clearly something is different there. Moreover, the footage I'm seeing is very consistent with what my non-technical eye would think to be oxygenated water. The oil appears to be rising and this could very well be ESPH's scientific solution to the high-pressure problem existing at the point of release. I am encouraged, to say the least.
Thanks for the link.
Perhaps BP invited ESPH to show off their equipment before giving them a contract, that seems very logical to me. That might take a few more hours or even days, but it would be nice if ESPH would say something about anything that they're doing right now. Please, someone from ESPH say something!