Next steps in test of BP Gulf oil cap

Associated Press: BP shut all three valves to close a new cap over its busted Gulf of Mexico well Thursday, stopping the flow of oil into the water for the first time since April. What's next? THE TEST: BP plans to keep the cap closed for 48 hours to see if it can withstand the pressure of the oil without blowing a new leak in the well. Every six hours, they'll assess the pressure readings and other data to decide whether to continue. High pressure is good; low pressure indicates a possible leak in the ......

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