Deepwater horizon oil spilling


Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Also called as Gulf of Mexico oil spill and Macondo blowout. Location of Deepwater Horizon. Located in the Gulf of Mexico. About 66 km off the coast of Louisiana. The oil well. 1,600 meters below the sea level. Extended 5,600 meters into the rock. The explosion. The spill. Oil flowed to. Real flow rate was about 10 million liters per day. The removal. Thousand people were working on oil removal. Damage to environment. Wounded fish percentage.


1,600 meters below the sea level. Extended 5,600 meters into the rock.

Oil flowed to the sea for 87 days. BP estimated a flow rate of 160000 – 800000 liters per day.

Real flow rate was about 10 million liters per day. Total volume is about 800 million liters.

48 Approximately, 640 million liters of oil were removed.

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