BP oil spill: the Red Adair of relief well drilling says ‘no doubt about successful outcome’

Sunday, July 11, 2010
By Paul Martin

From a platform in the Gulf of Mexico, John Wright, the Red Adair of relief well drilling, says in an exclusive interview that he is confident he will soon control the BP oil spill.

By Jacqui Goddard
TelegraphUk
11 Jul 2010

BP oil spill: the Red Adair of relief well drilling says ‘no doubt about successful outcome’
From a platform in the Gulf of Mexico, John Wright, the Red Adair of relief well drilling, says in an exclusive interview that he is confident he will soon control the BP oil spill.

By Jacqui Goddard
Published: 7:30AM BST 11 Jul 2010

Relief well drilling boss John Wright on the deck of the Development Driller 3 in the Gulf of Mexico Photo: JOHN WRIGHT He is the man in whose hands many fortunes rest. From global stock markets to crippled coastal communities, from the White House to BP’s boardrooms, his every move is awaited anxiously as he executes the hoped-for end game for the world’s worst accidental oil spill.

With the future of Gulf of Mexico in the balance after a disaster that has emptied up to five million barrels of oil into the sea, there is a burden of expectation on John Wright’s shoulders as he toils aboard the Development Driller III.

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