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Unformatted text preview: satisfied that the rig crew had performed a successful negative test. 240 At the time of the conversation with Vidrine, Hafle was in his office, where he could access real‐time data at any time through a system called Insite Anywhere. Indeed, Hafle logged on to the Insite Anywhere database at 1:25:39 p.m. on April 20 and accessed Macondo well information via at 4:13:58 p.m. 241 The file he accessed was “Cementing XY Time Log”, and he remained logged into the system (Insite Anywhere) until 5:27:35 p.m. 242 (Refer to Figure 9 – Insite Anywhere Access Log for April 20, 2010). However, Hafle chose not to access available real‐time data to help interpret the negative test results. Instead, Hafle apparently accepted Vidrine’s explanation without reviewing data from the well on the anomalous negative tests. The Panel found evidence that Hafle remained at the office on April 20 until about 10:00 p.m. CST, which was just after the discussion with Vidrine. After the blowout, he sent an email to himself detailing his activities that day. 243 BP‐HZN‐BLY00125475. Insite Anywhere is a database owned by Halliburton, accessible by BP personnel. 242 HAL50546. 24...
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