Most UK oil and gas production takes place in the UK sector of the North Sea, although some production has now started in the North Atlantic, west of the Shetland Islands. Very minor onshore production occurs in southern England.
A cable laying vessel, the Apache, passing a rig anchored in the Cromarty Firth.
Photo Courtesy of Shell Photographic Services, Shell International Ltd
This is the Frontier Driller, ex KNV, ex Transocean Explorer being towed out of the Cromarty Firth b...
Men disembarking chopper on Safe Scandinavia accommodation barge.
The Safe Scandinavia was in the...
Micoperi (Saipem) 7000
The huge crane barge Micoperi 7000 with her cranes up awaiting to lift 2 Monopods from Nigg. The ves...
Maureen Loading Column
This was the loading column for the Maureen Platform where the oil was loaded on to Tankers. The Mau...