oilrig

NOUN
  1. rig used in drilling for oil or gas
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  • And aren't we furious when we find out that people like the engineers at the Deepwater Horizon oilrig, have downplayed the dangers? Lise Van Susteren: Psychic Pains and Spilled Oil
  • Added to his gum problems was the state of his eyes: one was clouded by a cataract and the other stitched shut from where he'd been clubbed in the head on the oilrig back in the 70s. mad dogs and irishmen
  • Ocean sunfish are most commonly observed several miles offshore, but on occasion may be seen closer inshore around oilrigs and drifting kelp paddies.
  • In April, BP's oilrig exploded and poured more than 200 million gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins: Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins: Five Years After Katrina, the Gulf Is Showing All of Us the Way Forward
  • The number of land rigs in the U.S. drilling for natural gas is down 8% from a year ago, while oilrigs are up 81%, according to oilfield-service company Baker Hughes , Inc. In April, companies reported more rigs drilling for oil than gas for the first time since 1995, underscoring how oil's profit margins have fattened. As Natural Gas Prices Fall, the Search Turns to Oil
  • The famous oil troubleshooter, Red Adair, who died a few years ago, mentioned in a biography that an oilrig in the gulf of Mexico, which in that particular instance belonged to the Mexican government, had been the most difficult problem he had ever been called to fix. BP, LLC | RedState
  • There is also the effects of uncontrolled oil disasters - we are currently seeing the effects of one oilrig explosion off New Orleans and the huge roll out of manpower required to just try and keep it under some sort of control. Cheeseburger Gothic » Post Wave Economy
  • Thus instantly turning it from what was useful information to meaningless political propaganda suitable only for wrapping the jewfish we powerheaded 25 fathoms below the oilrig this morning. Environmentalists really are whacky
  • WASHINGTON — A litany of half-truths, withholding crucial video, blocking media access to the site and a failure to share timely and complete information about efforts to contain the largest oil spill in U.S. history have created the widespread impression that BP is withholding information about the April 20 oilrig blowout in the Gulf of Mexico, if not misleading the public and the government. Oil Spill Taking Toll On BP's, Government's Credibility
  • But we cannot protect the Gulf, or protect oilrig workers from potentially deadly accidents, if in the wake of this catastrophe we rush right back to "drill, baby, drill. Ian Somerhalder: The Oil Isn't Gone, but the People Are Still Here
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