ROV films oil leak coming from rock cracks on seafloor.
Starts off slow – but gets NASTY! ROV films oil leak coming from cracks in a ROCK on the sea floor.
BP denies that oil or gas are leaking from cracks in the sea floor on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.
This is just one of many videos that may prove otherwise.
The video here seems to skip frames so here are two slow motion clips that show that this is definitely not silt being kicked up by the ROV.
If your still not convinced check out 2:47 in the video and watch the globs of oil float across the screen.
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This video was recorded from the Viking Poseidon — ROV 1 on June 13th, 2010 at 2:58 AM EST.
Location of the sea floor crack leaking:
Some things to point out:
After rewinding it a few times you can see the clear progression of oil coming from the rocks:
At 2:45 coagulated oil rises from the cracks pretty much confirming this is oil and not mud.
Toward the end of the video you see bubbles of gas and can clearly see this a rock formation on the sea floor.
My calculations indicate:
The ROV is 19.11 feet north and 55.75 feet west of the leak point.
The ROV is 58.93 feet away from the leak point.