This image from video provided by BP PLC early Thursday morning, June 10, 2010 shows oil continuing to pour out at the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil well in the Gulf of Mexico. The containment cap on the ruptured well is capturing 630,000 gallons a day and pumping it to a ship at the surface. The government has estimated 600,000 to 1.2 million gallons are leaking per day, but a scientist on a task force studying the flow said the actual rate may be between 798,000 gallons and 1.8 million. (AP Photo/BP PLC)
Official Oil Spill Estimates Skyrocket
Josh Nelson at EnviroKnow.com has created the following chart showing the ever increasing official estimates of the BP Gulf Oil Spill. The first estimate on April 23 was 200 barrels a day.
EnviroKnow.com blog post is here.