posted on Aug, 5 2010 @ 08:45 AM
The confidential internal reports, obtained by The New York Times, offer an unusually candid view of safety and maintenance concerns within the
world’s largest offshore drilling company
The new documents also shed light on one of the lingering mysteries of the disaster: why the rig sank. They indicate that there were problems with
the Deepwater Horizon’s ballast system that was responsible for keeping the rig afloat and stable. If the rig had not sunk, the leak might not have
I thought I remembered reading something about this previously but it states they're new documents. So now we can officially add Transocean to the
culprit list or sole responsibility? The whole disaster might have been averted if some maintenance had occurred. Well isn't that nice.