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Fixed Platforms Online
As demand for fixed platforms falters in the North Sea area is the traditional method of development is facing a revival in many areas of the world such as West Africa, the Middle East and South East Asia. Keep abreast of these reviving markets with Infield’s online database. From ChevronTexaco’s Escravos project and Exxon Mobil’s East Area project off Nigeria to their respective Gulf of Thailand and peninsular Malaya developments, all are covered in this comprehensive database. As is the explosion of Pemex projects in the Bay of Campeche off Mexico’s Gulf Coast.

The complete Infield Offshore Energy Database identifies both fixed and floating facilities.

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The Infield Offshore Energy Database identifies 14,000 fixed platforms from the massive gravity based platforms down to 15 tonne caissons in the Gulf of Mexico.

Guyed: A piled platform with additional tethers
Jack-up: A mobile drilling rig currently being used in a production capacity
Piled: A single jacket
Compliant Tower: (CPT) Deepwater piled platform built in two sections
Gravity: Large platform held in place by ballast rather than piled into the seabed
Caisson: Simple cylindrical steel platform.
Skirt Plate: Jacket held to the seabed by suction
Suction Pile

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