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Unformatted text preview: uest of the JIT, DNV developed and submitted for JIT approval a forensic testing plan. The plan included forensic testing procedures for the BOP stack and its components in accordance with established and accepted protocols, methods, and techniques. 336 DNV’s forensic testing plan was also submitted to the TWG and the parties in interest (“PIIs”) for review and comment. Where appropriate, DNV revised its test plans to address comments received. The JIT approved DNV’s revised forensic testing plan on October 27, 2010. 337 2. BOP Stack Testing After the BOP stack arrived at the Michoud testing site, DNV visually inspected the stack and recorded all visible numbers including serial numbers. DNV examined internal components using a camera and video borescope. DNV then completed the following tasks: (1) determination of the final position of the annular preventers and rams; (2) examination of the condition of the BOP and the LMRP; (3) removal of the drill pipe from the BOP and the LMRP; (4) removal The U.S. Chemical Saf...
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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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