Halliburton Ex-Employee Charged For Destroying Oil Spill Evidence

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Former Halliburton Company (NYSE:HAL) employee Anthony Badalamenti has been charged with destroying evidence related to the 2010 explosion of BP plc (NYSE:BP) (LON:BP)’s Deepwater Horizon well and subsequent oil spill, and it appears that he is cooperating with prosecutors, the AP reports. Halliburton former employee deleted results Badalamenti, who was the former cementing technology officer at Halliburton Energy Services, instructed two employees to delete results from a computer simulations testing the difference between using six or 21 centralizers casings centered in the wellbore, and supposedly showed little difference between the two scenarios (though it is odd to delete evidence that wouldn’t…


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