#1340 Marine Links Jarrett’s Spread-Bet Body-Count Key to Deepwater Horizon Schlumberger Crew
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Valerie Jarrett’s spread-bet fine and body-count key to a London-based bookmaker’s PKI authority allegedly given to remove Schlumberger’s cement-bond logging crew from the Deepwater Horizon semi-submersible drilling rig 11 hours before the ignition of incendiaries at 9:56 p.m. CDT on April 20, 2010 resulted in the sinking of the rig, a $4.5 billion fine against BP (paid as ‘vig’!) and the wrongful death of 11 workers.
“Cameron’s man Cruddas [Jarrett and State of Illinois’ spread-bet bookie in London allegedly hedged against cement-bond failure – actually there was no cement – after Lloyd’s Register alleged saboteurs visited BP rig] – cash for access to PM scandal]”
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“Schlumberger crew ‘left rig hours before blast’
By Anthony Guegel Anthea Pitt & Noah Brenner
20 May 2010 02:11 GMT
A team from oilfield services giant Schlumberger left the doomed Transocean semi-submersible drilling rig Deepwater Horizon the day the unit was rocked by an explosion and burst into flames.
Schlumberger’s Stephen Harris told Upstream: “Schlumberger was contracted by BP to provide wireline services on the Deepwater Horizon during March and April.”
He said the wireline team completed work on the Macondo well on 15 April, but remained the rig and on stand-by from 18 April to 20 April.
It is understood they were prepared to carry out further [Cement Bond Log which would allegedly, have shown that the cement job had been sabotaged so that Jarrett’s spread bet bookie in Illinois could blame BP and fine the company ($4.5 billion!) for negligence] wireline tests for BP if requested. Harris said no such request came from BP.
Harris later told the Times-Picayune that the team had earlier carried out tests on subsea strata being drilled five days earlier, adding the company’s wireline testing equipment was on the Deepwater Horizon when it exploded.
The well – originally a discovery well which was being temporarily abandoned ahead of later completion as a subsea producer – had been drilled to 18,000 feet.
Harris told Upstream BP released the Schlumberger crew on the morning of 20 April. They left the rig, in Mississippi Canyon Block 252, on board a regularly scheduled helicopter transfer at 11am, local time, that day.
Both BP and Transocean declined to comment.
The Macondo well blew out at 10pm that evening. The explosion ignited and the semisub was engulfed in fire.
The rig sank on 22 April, extinguishing the blaze.
The initial cause of the accident is still unknown.
Eleven of the 126 crew on board the Deepwater Horizon at the time of the explosion are missing, presumed dead.
Drilling giant Transocean has confirmed nine of its employees were among the missing. Two worked for services outfit Smith International and Schlumberger’s M-I Swaco joint venture.
BP has a 65% stake in Mississippi Canyon Block 252. Anadarko has 25% and Japanese player Mitsui the remaining 10%.”
More to follow.