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Unformatted text preview: and knowing the drilling operations; monitoring real time data of the well; insuring the safety of rig floor personnel working in a confined space; investigating well flow issues and responding to well control events; communicating with the Subsea Engineer; and activating the EDS if necessary. 301 A moored rig is held in place by cables attached to giant anchors; a jackup rig is towed onto location and is supported by mechanical legs lowered to the seafloor. 302 KMI_PI001156 RBS8D. 303 BOEMRE interview of Bob Miller (Wartsila) (November 16, 2010). An “overspeed trip device” is a safety device that is designed to restrict the uncontrolled acceleration of the engine. 304 Id. 300 116 Unfortunately, ABS inspectors did not record which devices were tested each year, which meant that there was no way to ensure that different over‐speed devices were subject to inspection each year and that each device over time had been inspected. 305 The Deepwater Horizon, as discussed earlier in this Report, was a vessel flagged under the Republic...
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2014 for the course BEPP 305 taught by Professor Nini during the Fall '11 term at UPenn.

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