- published: 19 Aug 2016
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After 22 hours, the crew of the Maersk Interceptor have assembled and lowered 551 feet of pipes into the water. Through them, a hydraulic hammer will operate to drive these pipes 131 feet below the seafloor. From: MIGHTY SHIPS: Maersk Interceptor http://bit.ly/2biRHN1
Watch as these guys ( Norwegian sector ) just walk about as this chain is under tension and then see what happens next? This is what happens when you take working in these dangerous environments for granted... This is the official footage from the winch cam... Something you the public are should never see!
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Vega oil field is located in the Sicilian Channel, 20 km south of Pozzallo (Italy). In production since 1987, Vega platform was developed with 24 wells, and located in 130 metres of water. The platform can process 60.000 barrels of oil per day. Close to Vega platform there’s a floating storage and offloading tanker (Leonis) with a capacity of 110,000 tons to temporary store production. The crude oil is transported from the Leonis to refineries by tankers shuttles.
To work offshore, you first have to go underwater. Our colleagues from SH Netz, part of Hansewerk, are preparing for working offshore by doing an underwater training - inside of a helicopter!
An ex colleague of mine made this very professional video of life offshore working and living on an oil rig, it is really worth a watch if you have ever been interested in what it is like..All credit to Orchard media solutions who can be found here http://www.orchardmediasolutions.co.uk/
risk working on offshore
Basic of deep water drilling
On behalf of our client Ferguson Modular Ltd we manage and operate a 100m accommodation/work barge which has high-specification accommodation for up to 220 persons and a free deck area of 1,100 m2. The barge is suitable for a range of uses in the offshore oil and gas and renewables industries where the barge's deck and accommodation facilities can be utilised. The barge has been used for laying an export cable at an offshore wind farm and providing support for diving and grouting operations as well as accommodation and catering at the "Costa Concordia" recovery project in Italy.