BP ( BP) would certainly deserve scorn for the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion that dumped 200 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. There were the ecological horrors and economic ruin that resulted from its cost-cutting, OSHA-enraging ways. We could even dwell on former CEO Tony Hayward's wish that all those pesky problems would just go away so that he could "get his life back" and kick back racing yachts. Instead, we'll single out Transocean ( RIG), BP's partner in crime for the rig. Here's why: Jason Anderson, Aaron Dale Burkeen, Donald Clark, Stephen Ray Curtis, Gordon Jones, Roy Wyatt Kemp, Karl Kleppinger, Keith Blair Manuel, Dewey Revette, Shane Roshto and Adam Weise. Those are the 11 men who lost their lives in that explosion. Was it sobering to Transocean executives to put a human face to the disaster? Not so much. The company has doled out healthy bonuses to top staff, crediting them for "significantly improving the company's safety record" and the "best year in safety performance in our company's history." We'd hate to think about "the worst" year they had. To their credit, perhaps guilted into it by media coverage, several of the recipients donated their bonuses to charity. Still, it was a jaw-dropping act of insensitivity by Transocean. You'd never see a financial institution reward its leadership for presiding over a disaster ... oh, never mind. Scratch that.