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Busy days at HiFab in Feb 1992
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Busy days at HiFab in Feb 1992

Picture added on 05 January 2005
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These platforms were being built for the Everest Field, a gas condensate field NE of Aberdeen.
Added by Calum Davidson on 07 January 2005
That is correct. They were built for Amoco. The jacket in the foreground is North Everest, the one that is about 3/4 complete is Lomond, and the jacket on the barge ready for sail away, is the CATS riser jacket which was installed adjacent to the N. Everest platform site.
Added by Don Green on 08 January 2005
I always remember thinking how small they were after Nigg had just finished the Jacket for the Miller Field, which can be seen floated out in Bill Wren's picture #557. (He has the date as 1988 - I think it should be 1991?)
Added by Calum Davidson on 08 January 2005
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