Lawsuit Sheds Light on Serious Drillship Incident in Gulf of Mexico During Hurricane Zeta Last Year

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“A former senior engineer on board a Transocean drillship in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico has filed a civil lawsuit alleging the offshore drilling contractor and its business partners put profits and production over safety by failing to disconnect from a deepwater well in time as a hurricane was bearing down on them last October.

News of the incident and lawsuit(s) has gained attention recently following an April 5, 2021 press release from the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a non-profit whose stated mission is to support and protect public employees who seek a higher standard of accountability and environmental protection.”

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