The platform is being constructed in Trinidad, but the raw materials are thousands of miles away: exactly how much steel is needed from the contractor? What about the underwater cabling that connects the new platform to land? Then there’s the question of equipment for the onshore processing plant. Time is of the essence, but so are costs and reliable contracts.
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