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Oil Budget Doc Production 12 3 10 Docs 7908 10780 FINAL

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From: APerciasepe,Bob@epamail.epa.gov 
mailto: eerciasepe,Bob@epamail.epa,gov 
Sent: Saturday, July 31, 20109:12 
To: Ajane.lubchencQ@noaa,goy; "Ziehal, Heather R." 

; Marcia McNutt , 

Seth Oster ; "Smith, Sean" 

Jane and Marcia: 
After last evening's o'clock call" Jane followed quickly get EPA access the information and model work that has been used develop the budget. mentioned the call last night that Lisa and were not comfortable with some the disticnctions and omissions the budget. With Jane's help our science team was able review materials and discuss with NOAA's Bill Lehr into the night. Here are our comments summarized from Paul Anastas, Venosa and Greg Williams: 
High Points: 
--The physically dispersed versus chemica'ily dispersed has logical basis/ however/ that different from saying accurate. reasonable say that too little dispersant was applied when the flow rate was thought lower and therefore not all the oil was chemically dispersed. That which was not chemically dispersed would least partially naturally dispersed and there research (for example from Norway) that looked deep water natural dispersion. The percentages are very rough and should not considered accurate still not believe should public document try distinguish between naturally and chemically dispersed oil the ocean.These calculations are extremely rough estimates yet when they are put into the press -which want happen -they will take life their own. we. should combine these two categories. 
--I believe there will confusion between dispersion (natural and chem) with dissolution and evaporation they are used some the charts. 

--Finally, biodegradation rates are used all which tremendous limitation. have made decision during this ongoing event enhance dispersions with chemicals reduce oil particle size and make more bio available. have evidence biological activity through dissolved oxygen levels indicative aerobic digestion and some researchers have seem oil droplets zooplankton. Biological digestion and metabolism what were seeking. 
Paul and can provide details from the science team Bill Lehr NOAA, but for now based these and after consultation with Paul, EPA suggestes the interest getting these out this weekend that we: combine natural and chemical into one catgory dispersed oil charts and narrative. clear the dissolution and dispersion potential confusion with some additional explanation. estimate can made biodegradation least have robust discussion about both terms oil that will remain marshes biodegraded and terms our expectaions and evidence the dispersed oil subsea. 
Remember Admiral Allen's three battle objectives were: 
--Stop the leak --keep off the shore, and --clean what gets the shore. think the information the oil budget will show success. 
Bob Perciasepe Deputy Administrator 
(0) 202 5644711 

I(c) 202 368 8193 
William Conner, Ph.D. Chief, HAZMAT Emergency Response Division NOAA Office Response and Restoration Phone: 301-713 3038 (190) Cell: 240-460-6475 

From: wlillam.conner 
To: Sarrj, Kristen 
Subject: Re: Fw: 011 Budget Tool Update COmplete -Draft Final with Report 
Date: Sunday, August 01, 2010 1:15:24 
Kris response from Jennifer yet. this time critical? you want call her? 
Bill 
Sarri, Kristen wrote: 
Thanks. 
From: william.conner  
To: Sarri, Kristen 
Cc: Miller, Mark; Lubchenco, Jane; Spring, Margaret; Austin, Jennifer 
Sent: Sun Aug 12:19:452010 
Subject: Re: Fw: Oil Budget Tool Update Complete -Draft Final with Report 
Kris spoke with Mark make sure that got head straight these 
questions. 
The short answer that used the 4.9M bbl total flow from the seabed PLUS the error estimate 10%, giving total flow 5.4M bbls. this amount, 823,452 bbls were recovered the riser insertion tube and the Top Hat systems. this pretty close the 800,000 bbl number that Heather mentioned. course, this number independent flow rate since was measured directly. 
UNFORTUNATELY, while Mark and were talking, noticed that, using these numbersr the Direct Recovery from Wellhead should 15%, not the 16% that the current version the document. So, all the percentages the pie chart and the text the report should double checked using the analytical results from the Oil Budget Tool that were attached Mark's email this morning, pulling the numbers from the Higher Flow Estimate. 
Mark assured that Jennifer could this without any problem. So, weld like ask that she ahead and that (Thanks, Jenn!) you have any questions, please call cell can double check the numbers. 
ALSO, while you are editing the pie, should change the note referring "Based 60,000 barrels/day ... "Based the Higher Flow Estimate the Oil Budget TooL" 
Thanks. 

Bill 
Sarri, Kristen wrote: 
Bill, please see below. know assume the 4.9M, however, think are 
higher than SOOK. Also, need track down how are with EPA re: 
dispersed oil accounting. believe Dr. UNOAA felt strongly this one. 

To: Spring, Margaret Cc: Sarri, Kristen; Gilson, Shannon; Lubchenco, Jane Sent: Sun Aug 10:26:03 2010 Subject: Re: Oil Budget Tool Update Complete -Draft Final with Report 

Can you also confirm that this assumes the 4.9 million bpd stat and the 800k barrels stat the assumptions? (Sorry --on bberry now. Will also check later) Overall, the scientific teams estimate that approximately 4.9 million barrels oil have been released from the well. Not all this oil and gas flowed into the ocean; containment activities conducted under U.S. direction not sure. Jane Kris may have the latest. 

Sent: Sun Aug 10:07:15 2010 Subject: Re: Oil Budget Tool Update Complete -Draft Final with Report looks like the chain epa not happy. that old reaction does that sentiment still stand? 

Heather, see below. 
From: Mark Miller  To: Jane Lubchenco  Margaret Spring ; William Conner i Jennifer Austin ; Kristen Sarri (doc) (KSarrj@doc.gov) ; Scott Smullen ; Parita Shah (Pshah@doc,goy) ; Kevin Griffis (kgrjffis@doc.gov) i 'SgilSQo@doc.goy'  Sent: Sun Aug 06:44:192010 Subject: Oil Budget Tool Update Complete -Draft Final with Report 
Dr. Lubchenco, 
USGS completed the update late last night. Here draft final from Jen and The only thing missing from the Where the Oil paper the citation for the flow rate estimates. 
Mark 
Mark I'llliller wrote: 
Subject: Re: Oil Budget -EPA Comments -follow and request From: Perdasepe,Bob@epamail.epa.goy Date: Sat, Jul 201022:10:55 -0400 To: Stephen Hammond  To: Stephen Hammond  
CC: mark miller , bill lehr , Sky Bristol , Mark Sogge mark sogge@usgs,goy>, sean o'brien  deleted everyone who was not your second list. That includes: 
> 
> Ali Khelifa, Env. canada 
> Pat Lambert, Env. canada Per Daling, SIIlTEF 
> David Usher, ISCO Peter carragher, 
> Michel Boufadel, Temple Univ. 
> 
> 
> Mark 
> 
> BiII.Lehr@noaa.gov wrote: 
> 
 Mark, 
 Did you get the revised words the way describe the expert 
> group? From Steve's comments yesterday, comfortable deleting 

> the guy, although Steve the one who originally gave his 
> name. Venosa was going check with his bosses make sure 
> could listed. Give him call before you include him. 
> 
 Bill 
 
 -----Original Message ----
 From: Mark Miller  
 Date: Saturday, July 31,20103:11 
 Subject: Re: Fwd: Oil budgettool update -coordination 
 To: Sky Bristol , Stephen Hammond 
> , Bill Lehr  
> 
 
> Sky, 
> 
> agree with your take this. Maybe quick call with the small 
> group -Steve, you, and Bill just get the "eyes on, 
> everything 
> looks 
> good" take would good. Unfortunately our work starts when yours 
> 
> ends. 
> 
> Mark 
> Sky Bristol wrote: 
> 
 Mark, 
 
 Looks like last ended with the wrong forwarding address. 
 Cheers. 
 
  putting > out under the new scenario. > > ---> > From Marcia McNutt's description the approach and Mark > Sogge's input, I'm pretty sure this relatively > simple modification. > The > current application (attached FYI) sets oilFlowRate > constant value for low and high discharge 35/000 > and 601000 bbl/daYI respectively. When run from the Web > application, send > > array values from the daily variable input: > > --the day --Oily Water Collected (VOW) > --Oil Burned (VBU) > --Oil Collected via RITT{TopHat (VDT) > --Dispersants Used Surface (VCS) --Dispersents Used Subsurface (VCB) > > sounds like what are doing changing oilFlowRate from > constant variable that will start some estimated initial > > flow > rate and then decrease daily small fraction (less than > > from > Marcia McNutt's note). would place both the high and > low starting values and the estimated decrease rate into the application > > global > values (editable administrators) and pass these into the > > program > variables instead fixed values coded into the program. > > Unless > think need use more complex calculation with > > statistical > variation the discharge rate decrease, probably > don't need > > make any other major changes the program. > > would need some other changes the executive summary output > > and barrel graph footnotes show the actual daily discharge rate 

> > used > the calculationl but Mark indicatedl this does not > fundamentally change the behavior and visual display the > application. will obviously change the daily figures and > cumulative totals over time. > > missing something (especially for Bill and Antonio), > > this > about right? > >  -----------------------------------------------------------------------   >  William Conner ; Jennifer 
Austin i Kristen Sarri (doc) (KSarrj@doc,gov) 
i Scott Smullen : Parita Shah 
(Pshah@doc.goy) Pshah@doc.goy>; Kevin Griffis (Isgriffis@doc.gov) ; 
'Sgilson@doc.goy'  
Sent: Sun Aug 06:44:192010 
Subject: Oil Budget Tool Update Complete -Draft Final with Report 

Dr. Lubchenco, 
USGS completed the update late last night. Here draft final from Jen and The only thing missing from the Where the Oil paper the citation for the flow rate estimates. 
Mark 
Mark IVlilier wrote: 
Subject: Re: Oil Budget -EPA Comments -follow and request From: Perciasepe.Bob@epamail,epa.goY Date: Sat, Jul 201022:10:55 -0400 To: Stephen Hammond  To: Stephen Hammond  
CC: mark miller , bililehr BilI.Lehr@noaa.goy>, Sky Bristol , Mark Sogge mark sogge@usgs,gOY>I sean o'brien ; Seth Oster ; "Smith, Sean" 
L.atr. RobjnsQn1@noaa.gQVi 
aoasta:i.paul@ella.gQ); richard,r,wjodgrove@noaa,QQY 

Subject: Oil Budget -EPA Comments 
Jane and Marcia: 
After last evening's o'clock call" Jane followed quickly get EPA access the information and model work that has been used develop the oil budget. mentioned the call last night that Lisa and were not comfortable with some the disticnctions and sions the budget. With Jane's help our science team was able review materials and discuss with NOAA's Bill Lehr into the night. Here are our comments summarized from Paul AnastasI Venosa and Greg Williams: 
High Points: 
--The physically dispe rsed versus chemically dispersed has logh;:al basisl howeverl that different from saying accurate. reasonable say that too little dispersant was applied when the flow rate was thou ght lower and therefore not all the oil was hemically dispersed. That which was not chemically dispersed would least partially naturall dispersed and there research (for example from Norway) that looked deep water natural dis persion. Tbe percentages a[e lliUll [ougb and should not considered accu[ate still not believe should public document try distinguish between naturally and chemically dispersed oil the ocean,These calculations are extremely rough estimates yet when they are put into the press -which want happen -they will take life their own, We. 

should combine these two categories. 
--I believe there will confusion between dispersion (natural and chern) with dissolution and evaporation they are used some the charts, 
--Finally, biodegradation rates are used all which tremendous limitation, have made decision during this ongoing event enhance dispersions with chemicals reduce oil particle size and make more bio available, have evidence biological activity through dissolved oxygen levels indicative aerobic digestion and some researchers have seem oil droplets zooplankton. Biological digestion and metabolism what were seeking. 
Paul and can provide details from the science team Bill Lehr NOAA, but for now based these and after consultation with Paul, EPA suggestes the interest getting these out this weekend that we: combine natural and chemical into one catgory dispersed oil charts and narrative. clear the dissolution and dispersion potential confusion with some additional explanation. estimate can made biodegradation least have robust discussion about both terms oil that will remain marshes biodegraded and terms our expectaions and evidence the dispersed oil subsea, 
Remember Admiral Allen's three battle objectives were: 
--Stop the leak --keep off the shore, and --clean what gets the shore. think the information the oil budget will show success. 
Bob Perciasepe Deputy Administrator 
(0) 202 5644711 

(c) 202 368 8193 

William Conner, Ph.D. Chief, HAZMAT Emergency Response Division NOAA Office Response and Restoration Phone: 301-713-3038 (190) Cell: 240-460-6475 

From:  wllllam,coooer  
To:  Lengle, Michael  
Cc:  Mike Faulkner. NRT  
Subject:  Re: Oil Budget  
Date:  Wednesday, August 04, 2010 3:17:57  

Thanks. 
Lengle, Michael wrote: Unless directed otherwisel I'll post these the NRT website, private side and send announcement. think the announcement appropriate since the documents are high interest and not one our regular postings. -----Original Message----> From: william.conner [rnai1to:William,Conner@noaa.gov] Sent: Wednesday, August 041 2010 11:28 To: Mike Faulknerl NRT; Lengle, Michael Subject: Oil Budget not know these documents were distributed, but not, you might consider sending them to, posting them fori the NRT. Thanks 
William Conner, Ph.D. Chief, HAZMAT Emergency Response Division NOAA Office Response and Restoration Phone: 301-713-3038 (190) Cell: 240-460-6475 

From:  wllllam.cooner  
To:  Mark.W.M Iller  
Subject:  Re: QA  
Date:  Tuesday, August 03,20107:54:06  

Thanks, and what's the deal physically dispersed? all the 
deep plume? Now that recalling the way that this slice was 
developed, the answer would yes, believe. 
Mark.W.Miller wrote: Bill, Jenn and talked great length about this. From our actual estimate method times much oil per gallon Corexit used was dispersed using subsea injection and roughly twice much Corexit was used subsurface was used the surface (roughly 2/3 1/3 dispersant use). That would imply roughly 90% the estimated chemically diseprsed oil was sub surface. Jenn and said "most" the draft yesterday and Dr. changed that "some". Mark william.conner wrote:  Mark  Good morning from Seattle. degrees and clear 0430 hours. Not bad place live.   One question that issuing the oil budget piece might generate from the press and/or the public "How much the oil the plume  1000-1300 meters?" This part the chemically dispersed slice and part the physically dispersed slice. have talked about this but have not yet cut the pie quite this way.   Just heads that you might want have answer before the question gets asked.   another topic, Bill Grawe still hanging around the NIC, and,  so, you think can have phone call with him?   Bill  
William Conner, Ph.D. Chief, HAZMAT Emergency Response Division NOAA Office Response and Restoration Phone: 301-713-3038 (190) Cell: 240-460-6475 

From: wllllam,conner 
To: Mark,W,Mjller 
Subject: Re: [Fwd: FW: NOM ADMINISTRATOR SAYS OIL FROM GULF SPILL BIODEGRADING QUICKLY, EASING ITS 
POTENTIAL THREAT THE EAST COAST] 
Date: Wednesday, July 28,20108:12:52 bet you did great job. IIGobbling" strong word. 
Mark.W.IVlilier wrote: 
Interesting result poor job briefing the Oil Budget tool. 
Mark 

--------Original Message -------
SUbject:FW: NOAA ADMINISTRATOR SAYS OIL FROM GULF SPILL BIODEGRADING QUICKLY, EASING ITS POTENTIAL THREAT THE EAST COAST 
Date:Wed, Jul 2010 05:26: -0500 From:Grawe, William  To:Hammonl Steve , Mark Miller -NOAA  
FYI 
Bloomberg BusinesSWeek 
Tuesday, July 27, 2010 Oil Is-Biodegrading, Easing Threat East Coast Jim Polson 
Oil from PIc's record spill the Gulf Mexico 
biodegrading quickly, probably eliminating the risk that 
crude will around Florida and hit the u.s. East 
Coast, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration said. 
Oil has been dissipating through evaporation since 
stopped the flow from its Macondo well off the coast 
Louisiana July 15, NOAA Administrator Jane 
Lubchenco told reporters today conference call. 
Crude that's dispersed into the sea being gobbled bacteria, she said. 

The company's success capping Macondo while continuing drill relief well permanently plug the well eased fears that oil would get into the Loop Current, river warm water that joins the Gulf Stream the Atlantic. The Loop Current has shifted seasonally point hundreds miles away from the oil slick, NOAA Oceanographer Debbie Payton said. 
"If all good for us, the time the Loop Current comes back intruding into the Gulf, there will more oil," Payton said today telephone interview. "It makes what was previously very real threat the Florida Straits null and void." 
The threat oil reaching more shoreline also decreasing the northern Gulf, Lubchenco told reporters. Oil sheen, 

too light recovered skimming boats, may strand 

Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana over the next few days, 
she said. yesterday, 638 miles shoreline those states 
and northwest Florida had been tarred Macondo oil, 
the government reported. 

Deadly Explosion 

The Macondo well spewed much 60,000 barrels 
crude day into the Gulf, according government estimate, 
after April drilling-rig explosion that triggered the spill. 
The blast destroyed the Deepwater Horizon rig and killed workers. May, the Loop Current was flowing just south the 
spill site, picked some Macondo oil the surface 
and began transporting toward south Florida, Payton 
said. The water with the oil broke off into clockwise 
flow, dubbed Eddy Franklin, and remained circulating the oil broke down, she said. 

Eddy Franklin persists, now isolated from the slicks 
two cold, counterclockwise flowing eddies, according 

NOAA. There's evidence that plumes dispersed oil deep below the surface are far enough south ever caught the Loop Current, Payton said. 
Tracking Oil 
Government and academic scientists are "close" estimating how much oil remains the Gulf and where it's located, Lubchenco said. The agency has two research vessels the Gulf sampling water seafood, well aircraft scanning the slick and surveying sea life, she said. 
"The sheer volume oil that's out there has mean there are some pretty significant impacts," Lubchenco said. "What have yet determine the full impact the oil will have not just the shoreline, not just wildlife, but beneath the surface." 
Tropical Storm Bonnie, which passed through the region last weekend, didn't affect the spill, the u.s. Coast Guard said yesterday. Oil may continue reach the Gulf Coast for four six weeks from when the leak was stopped, according the Coast Guard. 
(c)2010 Bloomberg L.P. All Rights Reserved. 
URL: http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-07-27/bp-oil-is-biodegradingeasjng-threat-to-east-coast html 
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**************************************************** 
William Conner, Ph.D. 
Chief, HAZMAT Emergency Response Division 
NOAA Office Response and Restoration 
Phone: 301-713-3038 (190) 

Cell: 240 -460 -6475 

From:  wlillam,conner  
To:  SaW. Kristen  
Cc:  Austin  Jennifer  
Subject:  Re: [Fwd: 011 Budget Tool Update Complete -Draft Final with Report]  
Date:  Sunday, August 01, 2010 9:55:30  

Sounds good. will standing cell phone. 
Sarri, Kristen wrote: 
Well deserved. think are waiting for Dr, Lubchenco approve and then based last night's emails. think she was going forward. 
Jen, that your understanding? 
From: william.conner  
To: Sarri, Kristen; Austin, Jennifer 
Sent: Sun Aug 09:39:07 2010 
Subject: [Fwd: Oil Budget Tool Update Complete -Draft Final with Report] 

Kris and Jennifer 
Mark Miller trying catch little down time today. would glad help out with anything that comes up. I'm not familiar with all this Mark, can get him via cell needed. But I'm happy serve buffer until get over head. 
Thanks. 
Bill 
--------Original Message -------Subject:Oil Budget Tool Update Complete -Draft Final with Report Date:Sun, Aug 2010 06:44: -0400 From: Mark Miller  
To:Jane Lubchenco , Margaret Spring , William Conner , Jennifer Austin , "Kristen Sarri (doc) (KSarrj@doc.goy)" , Scott Smullen , "Parita Shah (Pshah@doc.gov)" , "Kevin Griffis (kgrjffis@doc.gov)" , IIISgilson@doc,goy'"  
References:  
Dr. Lubchenco, 
USGS completed the update late last night. Here draft final from Jen and The only thing missing from the Where the Oil paper the citation for the flow rate estimates. 

Mark 
Mark Miller wrote: 
~----------------------------------------
Subject: Re: Oil Budget -EPA Comments -follow and request From: Perciasepe.Bob@epamail.epa.gov Date: Sat, Jul 201022:10:55 -0400 To: Stephen Hammond  To: Stephen Hammond  
cc: mark miller , bililehr , Sky Bristol , Mark Sogge , sean o'brien  Mother Nature has experience dealing with oil leaks the Gulf Mexico. That's good news when comes the tons oil that naturally seep from the Gulf bottom each year. This accumulated experience with degrading oil even better news when humanity adds additional four million barrels the recent Deepwater Horizon spill. The three were part team scientists, information technology specialists, and oil spill experts that developed the National Incident Command (NIC) Oil Budget Calculator. This Calculator helped the NIC keep track the fate the spilled oil. For those who saw the August Joint Information Command press release, the colorful pie chart shows that, spite our best cleanup efforts, Mother Nature does better job removing oil from the water surface and water column than anything can do. This has been the results have seen for all large offshore spills, not just this one. answer questions about the precision our our oil distribution estimates, don't know, nor does the calculator produce, answers precise the colorful pie slices that Public Relations put the press release. Yes, sometimes had use guesses, educated guesses, but guesses none the less rather than field measurements. This, after all, was spill emergency, not spill experiment. But these are very educated guesses based upon decades real spill experience the true experts the field. For the academic armchair quarterbacks, there will eventually thick report the Calculator, written the passive voice and filled with equations and graphs. the spill business, you don't have the luxury tell Thad Allen and the Incident Command wait three months while your report peer reviewed. The pie chart numbers will certainly change slightly after this review. made some conservative assumptions that might relax with new more complete data and analysis. But, for the many who questioned these numbers, think the pie slices may get fuzzy the edges, however slices showing oil distribution the environment are unlikely change drastically. Our job was get the best answers possible the NIC, and let the chips fall where they may. Edward Overton, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus, Environmental Sciences, LSU Bill Lehr, Ph. Senior Scientist NOAA Office Response and Restoration 

Edward Overton, Ph.D. 

William Conner, Ph.D. Chief, HAZMAT Emergency Response Division NOAA Office Response and Restoration Phone: 301-713-3038 (190) Cell: 240-460-6475 

From: wlillam.conner To: ~;Jennifer Austin Subject: [Fwd: Oil Budget Tool Update Complete -Draft Anal with Report] Date: Sunday, August 01, 2010 9:39:07 Attachments: OJ! Budget description I1pm.docx 
DeepwaterHodzoQQIIBudget20100730.pdf 
Kris and Jennifer 
Mark Miller trying catch little down time today. would glad help out with anything that comes up. not familiar with all this Mark, can get him via cell needed. But happy serve buffer until get over head. 
lhanks. 
Bill 
--------Original Message -------Subject:Oil Budget Tool Update Complete -Draft Final with Report Date:Sun, Aug 2010 06:44:19 -0400 From:Mark Miller  
To:Jane Lubchenco , Margaret Spring , William Conner , Jennifer Austin , "Kristen Sarri (doc) (KSarri@doc.gov)" , Scott Smullen , "Parita Shah (Pshah@doc.gov)" , "Kevin Griffis (kgrjffis@doc.gov)" , IIISgilson@doc.govlll  
References:  
Dr. Lubchenco, 
USGS completed the update late last night. Here draft final from Jen and The only thing missing from the Where the Oil paper the citation for the flow rate estimates. 
Mark 
Mark Miller wrote: 
Subject: Re: 011 Budget -EPA Comments -follow and request 
From: Perciasepe.Bob@epamail.epa.gov 
Date: Sat, Jul 201022:10:55 -0400 
To: Stephen Hammond  
To: Stephen Hammond  

CC: mark miller , billiehr BilI.Lehr@noaa.gov>, Sky Bristol , Mark Sogge  sean o'brien , William Conner , Jennifer Austin , "Kristen Sarri (doc) (KSarri@doc.goy)" KSarri@doc.gov>, Scott Smullen , "Parita Shah (Pshah



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