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Offshore Platform - Clipper

Platform Size - Massive. (Five jacket platform with connecting bridges.)

Platform Location - North Sea, southern sector. Around 45 miles North of Norwich, in-line with Humber Estuary. Within sight of several satellite platforms.

Condition - Fair overall condition.

Hydrocarbon Output - Not Known but reckoned to be fair.

Maximum Persons On Board (POB) - Approx 48 (Soon to be boosted up to 100 with new jacket / module installation).

Platform Operational - 1985.

Offshore Welfare (Internal) -

The Good

Fair internet speeds.

The Bad

Cliquey atmosphere. Tiring work to travel from the accommodation module to worksites on the cellar deck etc.

Offshore Welfare (External) - No smoking shack area on the production platform. Smoking area is in the boot locker area.
Morning break snacks. Afternoon snacks are decent for grub.

Platform Emergency Drills - Normally carried out weekly (usually on a Sunday).

Overview - Located close to the English mainland within the Sole Pit field. This static platform is within sight of several other platforms

The big oil company Shell is the owner and operator of this platform.
The primary contracting company that provides personnel for the oil platform is Amec (AJS) and Haliburton.

OPR Rating - 7 / 10 (Estimate) To submit your additional review of the platform click here.

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