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If simple facts and depths can be so confusing, what more can we expect from sophisticated analyses with missing facts? Can we trust BP’s internal investigation report (BP Deepwater_Horizon_Accident_Investigation_Report) to be credible when the depth information given out to the Oil Commission investigation team was slightly confused to a difference of 5,000 ft? Was it so surprising my previous article on The Forensic Analysis Of BP’s Bathymetric Chart, revealed so many errors and improprieties? So What Does BP Mean When It Blames Transocean For The Rig Explosion? Who exactly does the BP mean when it says “Transocean?” Does it mean the top level management at the company, the mid-level employees, or the grassroots workers on the rig at the time of the explosion? It doesn’t seem like BP has any ill will at all towards the top-level management at Transocean, or the CEO. BP has just gone ahead to extend its contract with Transocean at another rig in the same area. According to Reuters, BP has signed up Discoverer Enterprise for about a year and a half. The contract will run from February of 2011 to July of 2012. Obviously, all is hunky Dory between Transocean and BP. So I’m guessing that when BP says “Transocean” is to blame for the oil rig explosion, it actually means the workers on the rig at the time of the explosion. I believe that when BP says Transocean is at fault, it actually means the Transocean employees who were on the rig at the time of the blast, including the rig managers and workers, and not the Transocean CEO or any other top level executive at the company.