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  1. Report cites decisions, multiple causes for Macondo well blowout, oil spill

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    Wed, 14 Sep 2011

  2. BP's first relief well 'perfectly positioned' from Macondo

    BP PLC reported a pressure reading of 6,811 psi inside the top of the Macondo well as of July 19, while the first relief well, being drilled by the Development Driller III, has reached a casing point at 17,862 ft total depth.

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    Tue, 20 Jul 2010

  3. OGJ FOCUS: Study reviews Iran, world well cementing practices

    A study compared the cement casing standards of intermediate and production casing strings with analogous cement casing operations in Iran.

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    Mon, 21 Jun 2010

  4. BP planning for relief well to kill Macondo blowout starting early August

    BP PLC crews drilling the first relief well to the Macondo well tentatively planned to start trying to kill the flow of oil and gas inside Macondo around Aug. 7-9 regardless of the success of a static kill operation, expected around Aug. 2.

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    Mon, 2 Aug 2010

  5. BP reports progress with sealing cap installation

    BP PLC, operator of the runaway Macondo well, removed the lower marine riser package (LMRP) containment cap over the Deepwater Horizon’s failed blowout preventer and was installing a sealing cap assembly on June 12.

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    Mon, 12 Jul 2010

  6. BP sets storm packer in Macondo relief well

    BP PLC has set a storm packer in the first relief well that it is drilling to the Macondo well given the chance that a tropical weather system forming in the Caribbean could come toward Mississippi Canyon Block 252, a spokesman said July 21.

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    Wed, 21 Jul 2010

  7. BP's first relief well 'perfectly positioned' from Macondo

    An integrity test on the deepwater Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico continued for several days as operator BP PLC and federal officials evaluated whether pressure readings might indicate reservoir depletion.

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    Mon, 26 Jul 2010

  8. USCG says Macondo can stay capped, unattended in storm

    Growing confidence in the sealing cap on BP PLC’s deepwater Macondo well has convinced scientists it’s safe to leave the well capped and unmonitored for a few days if needed during tropical weather, National Incident Commander and retired US Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen said.

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    Thu, 22 Jul 2010

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