You Can Travel To North Sea’s Oil Platform as Tourists

You can imagine that you can travel to the Troll A platform in the North Sea without working in the oil and gas industry. Β It cost you quite a lot of money πŸ™‚

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Bored with palm-fringed beaches and turquoise seas? Then the gigantic oil platforms of the North Sea beckon. The first ever “rig-spotting” cruise just ended off the coast of Norway, and those onboard the four-day trip said it was jawdropping.

“I couldn’t believe that these big buildings could be made,” said passenger Kari Somme, 86, after seeing Statoil’s (STL.OL) Troll A platform – the heaviest structure ever moved by mankind – towering 200 meters (650 feet) above the surface of the sea.

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Working in North Sea – One of the harshest working environment in the world

North Sea is one of the toughest offshore conditions on the planet because extremely high wave, wind and unstable sea state. We would like to share some very interesting VDO showing conditions of rig/platform in the North Sea.

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Huge waves crash against swaying North Sea oil rig

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