WATCHING THE WORLD OFFSHORE CONSTRUCTION SURGE

With Roger Vielvoye from London Offshore fabrication yards around the North Sea are booming. A flood of orders from British and Norwegian operators has filled the yards that survived the 1986 crash. Facilities mothballed for half a decade are being reactivated, and operators are starting to place orders outside the most experienced North Sea specialist fabrication companies. Norwegian yards, once restricted to domestic business because of high costs, are winning export orders, while Norwegian

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