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On the helicopter landing deck of a Humble Oil & Refining Company drilling platform seven miles out in the Gulf, Southeast of Grand Isle, Louisiana State University student Gary Pontiff looks through a special telescope watching bird migration across Gulf. Pontiff is in his first year of graduate work toward a master's degree in ornithology. (Archive photo) 1970: Three spray barges pour 15,000 gallons of water a minute on the burning Amoco drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico in an effort to prevent further deterioration of the structure. Relief wells are being started to shut off the flow of oil and gas to the fire. A second and third mobile drilling rig were expected to start drilling operations soon to choke off the flow of oil and gas to an offshore oil platform fire in the Gulf of Mexico about 100 miles southwest of New Orleans. The first rig began operations yesterday, according to a spokesman for the Amoco Production Co. (Times-Picayune archive photo by William F. Haber) 1971: Ike Broussard, (left) whose ancestors came to Louisiana from Newfoundland, is now drilling foreman on Shell Oil Company's rig 11, in South Pass Block 65B. He is explaining some of the work to Linden MacIntyre, a reporter for the Halifax, Nova Scotia Chronicle Herald who is in Louisiana studying the Tidelands situation. 1971: Flames, smoke roar skyward from twisted wreckage of Gulf drilling rig, 1971.