I'm asking about the BP BOX.
Why did Ice crystals form on the outside of the box? I know that on surface wells, ice often forms on the Christmas tree for a few days after it is opened to vent. But I thought that was due to the expansion of the chemicals used to Frac the well. Or the expansion of gas from gas wells. But oil wells usually don't have ice present after the fracing chemicals are cleared. What laws of thermodynamics are at work here? Why couldn't BP forsee this problem?
Wish Gator Gal was on here. She would be able to explain what is going on.
Sad to see a period at the end of a thread that a good friend started. I've known Robbie for many years through the different versions of TBD. He has been to my home for a birthday party, he has been to my home for dinner, he has been to my home just to visit, he has let me "dog sit" his dog Happy. I've heard that Robbie is dealing with personal issues and REALLY hope he comes back.
SO guess I'll leave this...