Draupnir

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Draupnir

Odin’s ring; symbol of fertility. [Norse Myth.: LLEI, I: 326]
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Alimak Group in Norway has previously done business with Aibel for projects including Gudrun, Troll A, Sleipner B and Draupner and with Equinor through a frame agreement for all nine lifts to Johan Sverdrup phase I and several other large projects in the past, including the order received in February 2018 and June 2018 for all four lifts for the Johan Castberg project.
In a parallel paper mainly focused on the meteorological and oceanographic aspects, the conditions were described for the storm during which the iconic Draupner wave was recorded.
* When a rogue wave hit the Draupner oil platform in 1995, it was the first one ever to be confirmed with scientific instruments.
Orians for support in the field and the Draupner Ring Foundation, Tufts Institute for the Environment and Tufts University for funding.
In 1995, the Draupner oil rig in the North Sea was hit by a wave measured at 85 feet while surrounding waves were measured at no more than half that height.
On January 1, 1995, the Draupner oil rig in the North Sea was hit by a wave whose height was measured by an on-board laser device at 26 metres.
But oceanographers had to think again on New Year's Day, 1985, when a 26-metre wave was measured hitting the Draupner oil rig in the North Sea off Norway, close to The Gaul's last known fishing grounds.
The work will largely be done at Karsto gas treatment plant, north of Stavanger, and at the Draupner platforms in the North Sea.