Oil drilling

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Shell’s Perdido Spar, the world’s deepest drilling and production platform, floating in more than 8,000 feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico’s Alaminos Canyon area – and an important component of how Shell and its partners once solved production infrastructure problem there. It’s also symbolic of the importance the deepwater Gulf continues to play in today’s energy picture. Story on page 10 of the October 2013 EXPLORER. Photo courtesy of Shell Oil. Play, Water Well Drilling, Petroleum Engineering, Water Well Drilling Rigs, Oil Refinery, Oil Platform, Oil Drilling, Marine Engineering, Crude Oil

Shell’s Perdido Spar, the world’s deepest drilling and production platform, floating in more than 8,000 feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico’s Alaminos Canyon area – and an important component of how Shell and its partners once solved production infrastructure problem there. It’s also symbolic of the importance the deepwater Gulf continues to play in today’s energy picture. Story on page 10 of the October 2013 EXPLORER. Photo courtesy of Shell Oil.

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The Troll field lies in the northern part of the North Sea, around 65 kilometres west of Kollsnes, near Bergen. The field comprises the main Troll Øst and Troll Vest structures in blocks 31/2, 31/3, 31/5 and 31/6. Containing about 40 per cent of total gas reserves on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS), it represents the very cornerstone of Norway’s offshore gas production. Troll is also one of the largest oil fields on the Norwegian continental shelf. In 2002 the oil production was more…

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Eric Newman