Transocean discusses BP’s internal investigation of oil spill

Posted on September 8th, 2010 No Comments

Transocean Ltd. has announced that the internal investigation that has been done by BP has left out the design of the well as a factor that led to the oil spill disaster in April.

Transocean has said that the report is “self-serving that attempts to conceal the critical factor that set the stage for the Macondo incident.”  The month long investigation that was done by BP was completed before the blowout preventer was analyzed, which was a key piece of evidence.

BP’s report states that the accident occurred after a series of complex mechanical issues, engineering design, and human error and failure. BP defended the design of the well, but was critical of their own workers who were on the rig.

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