The reasons for their proliferation are many and varied but primarily it is because they offer a cost effective solution for the provision of a host facility for many offshore projects. They are ideally suited for oil fields remote from land and those found in deep waters.
They are robust and can withstand severe weather conditions. When the oil runs out they can be relocated to another oil field even on the other side of the globe. In essence, they offer versatility rarely matched in other forms of offshore host platforms.
The course aims to explain, by consideration of how they are built, why they are so popular and why they are so versatile.
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