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Unformatted text preview: elivery by Cameron. As a result, technical consultation with Transocean and Cameron was critical for both the effectiveness of examination and for the safety of the examiners. Recognizing this, a technical working group (“TWG”) was established to provide DNV with technical support and expertise as DNV conducted its forensic examination. The TWG included one expert and one alternative each from Cameron, Transocean and BP; an expert working for the United States Department of Justice; two experts representing the plaintiffs in 136 the multi‐district litigation; and an expert nominated by the Chemical Safety Board. 335 The members of the TWG provided DNV with input and suggestions for testing protocols and other technical support. DNV held daily morning meetings with the TWG to discuss each day’s planned forensic testing activities. Through participation in morning meetings and observation of DNV’s work, TWG members were able to monitor all day‐to‐day forensic testing activities. G. Examination Methods Used by DNV 1. Forensic Testing Plan At the req...
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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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