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DoE Posts Raw Data From Oil Spill, Coast Guard Asks For Tech Help

June 11th, 2010 06:23 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

coondoggie writes “The US Department of Energy this week opened an online portal where the public can get all the technical details it can stomach about the BP oil disaster in the Gulf. The DoE site offers online access to schematics, pressure tests, diagnostic results and other data about the malfunctioning blowout preventer and other problems in the ongoing mess. This comes alongside news that the US Coast Guard has issued a call for better specialized technology to help it respond to the ever-widening spill. The Coast Guard is looking for all manner of technology, such as advanced wireless sensors to help it track the movement and amount of oil in the Gulf, or devices that could help to contain and control the underwater leak.”
Reader freddled points out a story at the Guardian that illustrates how the location of an oil leak is frequently the primary factor in its perceived importance

Source: DoE Posts Raw Data From Oil Spill, Coast Guard Asks For Tech Help

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