Olympian 425-mile voyage places Olympus platform in right location

Kimble, Jenifer
January 2014
American Journal of Transportation;1/27/2014, Issue 572, p6
The article looks at the Olympus oil platform built by construction company Crowley Maritime Corporation, which is the largest tension-leg platform developed for use in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. It is said that Olympus is owned by oil company Royal Dutch Shell and is the company's sixth platform in the Gulf. A description of the platform is provided, which features 12-slot drilling units. Expected oil production of 100,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day from the platform is also mentioned.


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