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Production TLPs

The first Tension Leg Platform was built for Conoco's Hutton field in the North Sea in the early 1980s. The hull was built in the dry-dock at Highland Fabricator's Nigg yard in the north of Scotland, with the deck section built nearby at McDermott's yard at Ardersier. The two parts were mated in the Moray Firth in 1984.
Shell Mars TLP The Mars Tension-leg Platform, or Mars Platform, is a permanent offshore drilling and production ten...
BP Marlin TLP © BP plc
BP Thunder Horse TLP Another view of the Thunder Horse can be seen in picture #94. When built the Thunder Horse semi-s...
Statoil Kristen Platform Courtesy of Statoil
Snorre A Platform Snorre A is an integrated production, drilling and quarters (PDQ) unit. This tension leg platform (T...
Snorre B Platform Picture courtesy of Statoil
Brutus Platform - Gulf of Mexico Picture #194 shows the hull prior to mating with the deck section. Photo Courtesy of Shell Photog...
Brutus TLP Hull Carried by the Dockwise Mighty Servant 3. See picture #193 for the completed platform.
BP Thunder Horse Listing in the Mexican Gulf - bigger does not mean safer.
Hutton TLP Deck Conoco Hutton Deck During Construction - Ardersier Yard 1984. My Father took this Photo when he work...
The hull of the Hutton TLP - 2009 The Conoco Hutton TLP was the first tension leg platform. The hull was built at Highland Fabricators...

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