BP has still another oil containment system up its sleeve, and expects it to be ready to deploy by mid-June, Reuters reports. Along with the containment cap that's now capturing as much as 10,500 barrels a day, it could allow BP to capture "almost" all the leaking oil, the company said today. The new system is a manifold that was developed for the earlier unsuccessful "top kill" attempt to close the gusher. The estimated daily flow is between 12,000 and 19,000 barrels of oil.
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