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Steps that killed the well

With the final cementing of the Macondo well scheduled to start tomorrow, BP can finally say the rogue well is dead.

Graphic shows the steps that killed the well

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Steps that killed the well
Graphic | With the final cementing of the Macondo well scheduled to start tomorrow, BP can finally say the rogue well is dead.
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Steps that killed the well
Graphic | With the final cementing of the Macondo well scheduled to start tomorrow, BP can finally say the rogue well is dead.
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