Relieved of his duties as captain of the biggest environmental catastrophe in history, after last week’s stonewalling in D.C., BP’s CEO Tony Hayward, former head of exploration and production for the oil giant, got a piece of his “life back” this weekend by participating in a yachting competition!

Originally the Anglo-Iranian Oil Co., the multinational later changed the name to British Petroleum, then BP. And who can forget the other principles, Halliburton and TransOcean. In this intense piece, 60 Minutes speaks to a survivor of the Deepwater Horizon blowout, who revealed problems long before the spill.