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Reshadat platform installation imminent offshore Iran

Offshore staff

TEHRAN – The P4 platform should be installed next week at the Reshadat oil field in the Persian Gulf.

According to Iranian news service Shana, Tasdid Development of Marine Structures Co. built the 70-m (229-ft) high, 3,100-ton structure, which will be installed at the field location, 110 km (68-mi) southwest of Lavan Island.

It will be the central platform of a multi-platform complex, all designed, procured, fabricated, loaded out, transported, and installed by Iranian engineering companies.

09/12/2011

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