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See What It Takes To Build An Oil Rig (19 pics)

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A lot of work goes into building an oil rig and placing it out on the ocean. Do you know exactly how much work it takes?

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№1 Author: candysack (5 Jun 2014 02:03) Total user comments: 1436


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so sad that due to the greed and power of oil companies, the planet is still being fucked up with these and their infrastructure(refineries etc.) when we, long, could be elbow deep in electric or hydrogen fueled energy
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№2 Author: MathIsHard (5 Jun 2014 05:01) Total user comments: 1404


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If there's money to be made, the cost doesn't matter :02:
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№3 Author: Neherson (5 Jun 2014 06:43) Total user comments: 76


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I don't get it. How do they move it onto the ship?
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№4 Author: Nick1090 (5 Jun 2014 08:50) Total user comments: 1057


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Neherson,
The ship has ballast tanks, sinks under the rig, then pumps air back into the the tanks, increasing buoyancy, then sails off with the rig aboard. Flies away.
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№5 Author: saint357 (5 Jun 2014 16:23) Total user comments: 2366


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oil = greed and not the smart way to produce cheap energy which is not what the money grubbing greedy bastards want and we and everyone else on the planet pays forwhen they make a mess. look at profit margins. why are we paying close to $4 a gallon and they record record profits. :09: :15: :09: :15: :09: :15:
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№6 Author: Tomaz86 (5 Jun 2014 17:15) Total user comments: 10813


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Looks like someone has been busy in recent months. :21:
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№7 Author: rennermartins (5 Jun 2014 17:16) Total user comments: 222


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Another accomplishment of Brazilian engineering.
The 1st round oil rig of the world.
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№8 Author: northener (5 Jun 2014 17:52) Total user comments: 0


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"The 1st round oil rig of the world"

i think you will find that Norway have been producing these for a while now, including a host of other designs.
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№9 Author: rennermartins (5 Jun 2014 22:44) Total user comments: 222


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northener,

OK. But the first was that.
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№10 Author: Phynix4 (5 Jun 2014 23:42) Total user comments: 5461


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you are idiots to think that just because they introduce another source of energy that it wont be controlled and profitable to those that introduce it. Oil has much still going for it, and was dirt cheap until the need out grew the ability to refine the crude oil itself. The US could be totally energy independent if it would get its preverbal head out of its ass. It hasn't built a refinery in many years (not just because of the cost, either) and could go a long way refining its own oil instead of shipping off to be foreign refined. our on government is ran by morons, and ruled by eco terrorists.
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№11 Author: Lu (6 Jun 2014 00:10) Total user comments: 15059


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Oil gives work to millions of people - at least one good point.
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