just keeping that ships afloat is a major issue with the maintenance they take but the way the koreans are shoving them down the slipways is
unbelievable these days it is one of my regrets that i have never worked on a ship i used to work oilrig construction for a while but never did the
The video says it's not technically a "ship" because it doesn't have its own propulsion mechanism. Apparently it's just going to be sitting in
the same spot for 25 years after they tow it to where it needs to be. But how is it going to help with the production of natural gas as the article
they have found some big fields in australia lately they will just tow it onsite and use it like a platform oilrig when you see what is on the sea
floor around those rigs it is impressive what is hidden below the waves .
the russians are planning the same idea in the artic with the rig they bodged together
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