anyone like some references? Or is it too late for facts?
Fruitcakes! Nutters! Tinfoil-Hatters! Right-Wingers! Ahh, how much easier to spew labels than to actually do some research on the subject. Is the guy a nutter? Possibly. However, he's not entirely, wrong, either ...
Not sure about the earth-shattering kaboom, although the writer probably got most of his information from this bit from DK Matai with the Huffington Post: 
As for the other claims, however ....
"As much as 1 million times the normal level of methane gas has been found in some regions near the Gulf of Mexico oil spill" 
Not a direct quote here, but a link to a .pdf file, "Fate and Behavior of Deepwater Subsea Oil Well Blowouts in the Gulf of Mexico, for Minerals Management Service, by S.L. Ross Environmental Research Ltd."  Go read the actual source material, information the government, and BP, had well before drilling was even considered in that location.
Cracks in the ocean floor? Leaks underneath the well?
"WASHINGTON—BP PLC has concluded that its "top-kill" attempt last week to seal its broken well in the Gulf of Mexico may have failed due to a malfunctioning disk inside the well about 1,000 feet below the ocean floor." 
It's worth pointing out that there are no "disks" or "subsea safety structure" 1,000 feet below the sea floor ... all that is there is well bore. The conclusion is that the well pipes below the sea floor are broken and leaking.
"Obligatory government coverup" -- muzzling the press?
"CBS News reported last month that one of its news crews was threatened with arrest for trying to film a public beach where oil had washed ashore" 
"It has been virtually impossible to get any information about the federal mobile medical unit in the fishing town of Venice, La." 
"Last week's new media restrictions imposed by the Coast Guard subject journalists and photographers to as much as a 40,000-dollar fine, and from one to five years in jail as a class-D felon if they violate the 20-metre rule, that Unified Command calls a 'safety zone'." 
Interesting, too, that none of the comments even mentioned the news blackouts, other than the Reg's single comment about "obligatory government coverup". Folks, it may be obligatory ... doesn't mean it isn't true.