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10 Impressive Oil and Gas Structures

1. World’s Only Dive Rig
This oil rig was once commissioned as an exploration jack up rig in the oil and gas industry, and has now been revamped as the Seaventures Dive Rig.
2. The Sable Project
The Sable Project was the first offshore natural gas project in Canada and the single largest construction project in the history of Nova Scotia.
3. Oil Platform P-51
Located off the Brazilian coast, Oil Platform P-51 is a semi-submersible platform:
4. Oil Rig Hotel
Houston-based Morris Architects won the grand prize in the Radical Innovations in Hospitality design competition, with their design concept, Oil Rig Resort, Spa, and Aquatic Adventure
5. Mittleplate
This oil platform, Mittleplate is located in the North sea
6. Transforming Abandoned Oil Rigs into Habitable Structures
This design prototype by Malaysian designers Ku Yee Kee and Hor Sue-Wern tackles current environmental issues, specifically at abandoned oil rig structures, with the idea of revitalizing them to transform into livable hubs
7. Gulf Offshore Platform
Located in the Gulf of Mexico, this is an offshore platform
8. Statfiord
This ‘Statfiord” Gravity base structure under construction in Norway will end up almost completely submerged
9. Devil’s Tower Spar Platform
The Devil’s Tower in the Gulf of Mexico was the world’s deepest spar until 2010, located in 5,610 ft of water:
10. Jack-up Rig
A jack-up right or a self-elevating unit is a type of mobile platform that consists of a buoyant hull fitted with a number of movable legs, capable of raising its hull over the surface of sea:

TNphoto Tatsuya Nakagawa
Tatsuya Nakagawa is the VP of Marketing and co-founder of Castagra Products, a storage tank and wastewater coatings manufacturing company that is highly acclaimed for its sustainable coatings, cold weather tank coating applications, and its durable frac tank coatings. Castagra is used by the world’s top oil and gas field services companies.