That was the liquids in the separators going liquid to gas being flared on the Production Platform. Now the entire Production Platform is shut in. Depressing earnings.All production from that field is shut in, and claims against production, for Eni, and Shell will have to be paid. Fine being on the day the Coast Guard was called out. The less reported leakage the less fines will be, which was the BP Gulf strategy. Turned out the leak was much worse, and the fines still haven't been levied on BP. Any mention of BP fines will tank TOT, since that is wet gas full of liquids. Casing is still leaking, under the rig and poduction platform. Pray for wind. Societe General can only hold the stock up for just so long, then they have to continue raising capital, for the ECB. They will make a lot of capital if they let go of the stock as shorts. These are bankers holding this stock up, not humanitarians. Chaos, Collapse, Control.