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Deepwater Horizon: Anatomy Of A Disaster
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Was the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Preventable?

07/06/2010
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About this Podcast...

Was the May 20th BP oil spill preventable? What could have been done to save those workers; and why aren't safety procedures on the oil rigs universally regulated?

In this podcast Bill Cambell, a former charter engineer for Shell, gives his opinions and speculations on the Deepwater Horizon disaster. Cambell explains how methane gas—the number one killer on oil rigs—escapes and what can be done to prevent this.

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