Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Creation-of-Recovery-System-Chamber-27MZIFI3O7VF.htmlConceptually similarCreation of Recovery System ChamberGP029IPCompleted★★★★Oil Spill Containment Structure ConstrucitonGP029INCompleted★★★★Top Hat Oil Spill Containment Chamber DeployedGP029KECompleted★★★★Transocean's Development Driller IIIGP029IOCompleted★★★★"Top Hat" Oil Spill Containment Chamber DeployedGP029KFCompleted★★★★President Obama Looks at Oil on a Beach on the Gulf of MexicoGP029KYCompleted★★★★Repairing the Rainbow WarriorGP02D2PCompleted★★★★Video Display of Oil Leak Containment AttemptGP029JKCompleted★★★★Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill ResponseGP02246Completed★★★★★★View AllGP029IQCreation of Recovery System ChamberA welder fabricates a portion of the BP subsea oil recovery system chamber at Wild Well Control, Inc. in Port Fourchon,. The chamber will be one of the largest ever built and will be used in an attempt to contain an oil leak from the Macondo well after the explosion and fire destroyed teh mobile offshore drilling unit Deepwater Horizon.Locations:Louisiana-North America-United States of AmericaDate:26 Apr, 2010Credit:© United States Coast GuardMaximum size:4288px X 2848pxRestrictions:No Sales, Credit: U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer Third Class Patrick KelleyKeywords:British Petroleum (BP)-Construction-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Manual workers-Masks (protective)-Oceans (campaign title)-Oil (Industry)-Oil spills-Outdoors-Protective equipment-Sunny-Tools-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Deepwater Horizon Oil Rig DisasterScenes from the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico. The BP leased, Transocean mobile offshore drilling platform was engulfed in flames after an explosion April 20 and sank in 5,000 feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico. Eleven workers died. Oil gushed from the deepwater wellhead into the Gulf of Mexico for more than 100 days until a relief well was drilled and the leaking well clogged with mud.