Troll hull arrives amid North Sea start-ups

Dockwise's Mighty Servant 3 is shown carrying the Troll C platform hull through the Straits of Gibraltar on its journey from South Korea to Norway. The hull is 90.88 m long, 84.48 m wide, and 39.5 m high. It will support topsides with capacity to produce 125,000 b/d of oil and 320 MMcfd of gas. Photo courtesy of Dockwise. Norsk Hydro AS has marked progress in the construction of a third platform for installation in Troll oil and gas field in the Norwegian North Sea. The 14,000 metric ton lower hull structure recently arrived from its construction yard in South Korea to the Umoe Oil & Gas AS fabrication yard at Haugesund, Norway, where topsides construction is nea...

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