BP Says Halliburton Destroyed Evidence

March 2012
Information Management Journal;Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p17
The article reports that oil company BP PLC has alleged that Halliburton Energy Services Co.'s cement work was inadequate in drilling the Macondo oil well and has asked a federal judge to punish the oilfield services company. According to a report on MSNBC.com, BP said Halliburton intentionally destroyed the results of slurry testing for the well, in part to eliminate any risk that this evidence would be used against it at trial.


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