The Chicago Tribune, 21 June 2010
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21 juin 2010
"ON THE GULF OF MEXICO
(AP) The teams drilling the relief wells designed to stop the oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico
have a daunting task hit a target roughly the size of a salad plate about three miles below the ocean surface.
"If the workers aboard Transocean Ltd.'s Development Driller II or its sister rig DDIII miss or move too slowly, oil will keep pouring into the sea.
"No one on the rig has done this before because these deep sea interventions are so rare."