Piper Bravo

Piper Bravo is a North Sea oil production platform originally operated by Occidental Petroleum (Caledonia) Ltd, and now owned by Repsol Sinopec Energy UK.

Piper Bravo is an eight-legged fixed steel jacket supported platform, located 193 kilometres northeast of Aberdeen in the central North Sea.[1] It stands in 145 metres of water.[1] It was installed in 1992, and commenced production in February 1993.[1] It replaced the Piper Alpha platform which exploded in July 1988 killing 167 men.[2] It is located approximately 800 metres from the wreck buoy marking the remains of its predecessor (at 58°27′35″N0°15′04″E / 58.45972°N 0.25111°E / 58.45972; 0.25111).

Coordinates: 58°27′41″N0°15′04″E / 58.46139°N 0.25111°E / 58.46139; 0.25111

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ a b c Piper BravoArchived 2014-11-25 at the Wayback Machine, Talisman Energy, retrieved 21 February 2014
  2. ^ Oil workers evacuated after Piper rig explosion, The Independent, 3 May 1994, retrieved 21 February 2014

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