Times Picayune, 6:06p ET: The company said [...] divers have not found any breach on the sea floor.
Apache News Release, Feb. 15, 2013: Divers have verified there is no breach on the seafloor.
Offshore Magazine at 4:34p ET: [...] the drilling rig experienced what Apache described in a statement as “a kick from an abnormally pressured gas zone” on February 5. Subsequent testing detected gas migration from the bottom of the well, which had reached 8,261 ft (2,518 m), to another sand formation about 1,100 ft (335 m) below the seabed.
See also: Radio: Uncontrolled gas flowing from well in Gulf of Mexico -- WSJ: Experts trying to stop flow below seafloor
Published: February 15th, 2013 at 6:46 pm ET
- Reuters AlertNet: Gas well has leak beneath floor of U.S. Gulf — Been flowing underground for over 12 days February 16, 2013
- Radio: Uncontrolled gas flowing from well in Gulf of Mexico — WSJ: Experts trying to stop flow below seafloor February 15, 2013
- WSJ: Blow-out in Gulf of Mexico — “Loss of well control” reported — Large oil sheen on surface, gas flowing into sea July 9, 2013
- Uncontrolled gas flow continues from well in Gulf of Mexico — Trying to stop it from moving underground February 20, 2013
- TV: Massive oil sheen around BP Deepwater Horizon site in Gulf of Mexico (VIDEO) December 17, 2012