Sorry, no definitions found.
“The plan to use a 100-ton containment box to siphon off most of the leak was set aside when frozen natural gas quickly filled the structure and clogged the siphon, said Doug Suttles, BP's operating officer for exploration.”
“To get a 100-ton space shuttle to 99% of the speed of light would take the output of all American power stations running for around 3,700 years.”
“A supply boat, the Joe Griffin, that brought a 100-ton containment box to the site that ultimately didn't work, pumped roughly 100,000 gallons of fuel into the tanks of a vessel that is drilling the relief well.”
“The British territory has said it hopes to install a new 100-ton capacity incinerator at Pockwood Pond.”
“The 30-foot-tall, 100-ton stack—a tree-shaped mass of blue, yellow and white steel with protruding knobs and gauges—is meant to be lowered on top of a deepwater gusher, either killing the flow or funneling the oil to ships.”
“Speaking now as an ex-scientist, the #1 priority I wish NASA had now is the capability to launch 100-ton, 10-m diameter payloads.”
“In Houston, crews will dispatch a 100-ton stack of steel valves known as the containment assembly.”
“We told him we wanted a museum that would show a 100-ton sculpture and a watercolor at the same time and each at its best.”
“The London-based Hayward was in Louisiana on Wednesday looking at progress in fabricating a 100-ton steel dome the company hopes to lower over the oil leak.”
“As I write this on Friday in Washington, BP workers are lowering a 100-ton box into 5,000 feet of water, desperately attempting to cap a catastrophic oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.”
‘100-ton’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for 100-ton.