Make a pipe with welded belt loops on bottom terminal end. Put bungee cords on belt loops and attach them around lower BOP. This pipe should be say 5/8” thick aluminum having a wide diameter greater than the oil gas discharge flow width coming out entire BOP top. Place over entire BOP top many feet as possible below multiple top orifice discharges after finding suitable neck area for crimping. Use tool similar to hydraulic shears but instead being circular grasping several feet above bottom of pipe. Cutting blade should be replaced with one blunt somewhat honed edge surface around entire jaw circumference. Do not make sharp tool edge. Crimping not cutting is desired. Fabricate a hydraulic crimping tool that provides just enough pressure for the aluminum pipe crimp. Depth pressure also must be taken into consideration. Have a steel bolt tighten hose clamp below terminal bottom of aluminum pipe to bring up onto said pipe and fasten (fasten at aluminum part below belt loops). Have a large diameter flexible “fire” hose attached to top flange of aluminum pipe said hose wider than this aluminum pipe diameter. (continued)
(continued) Flexible “fire” hose with quick connect at aluminum pipe top flange should have buoyancy compensators on it's side that corresponds to pressure depth, said hose being over one mile long. This hose will sway with current and a cable may be necessary to traverse side near buoyancy compensators for stiffness from surface below to top aluminum flange quick connect.
(continued) Have a Y bifurcation at surface for oil collection and gas flare. If smaller diameter pipe is necessary for gas flare then a shower head type connection with many smaller pipes to flare gas will keep necessary net diameter as that of flexible hose outlet. Only have a net wider diameter never restrict to keep pressure from increasing on journey to surface. Diameter of flexible hose may need to increase at less depth due to expansion of gas, said gas increasing pressure on way up if kept one size.