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topside

a. the part of a ship's sides above the waterline
b. the parts of a ship above decks
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Whether it was 'When the Saints Go Marching In,' 'Stand By Me,' 'Lion Sleeps Tonight,' or 'Water No Get Enemy,' the performances of the 'Topside' band were well received by Nigerian audiences.
The topside, weighing approximately 3,500 tonnes, will have a connection capacity of 700MW.
Petrofac said that the topside will be approximately 3000 t and will have a connection capacity of 700 MW, scheduled for completion in 2021.
The approximately 3,500T Topside will have a connection capacity of 700MW, and is set to be completed in 2021.
Operator of South Pars Phase 13 Project Payam Motamed said once the two topsides become operational by late January or early February 2019, production of a billion cubic feet per day (or 28 mcm/d) of sour gas from the phase will begin.
Scheduled to go online in 2019, the 18,000 tonnes topside will set sail for the North Sea on a heavy lift vessel.
Topside Advisors is owned by NYC businessman and digital entrepreneur William Contessa.
Able UK has created Europe's strongest quayside at its Hartlepool yard ready for the arrival of the 24,200-tonne Delta topside - a huge section of the Brent oil field currently sitting in the North Sea.
Like a gigantic forklift, it will raise and remove the topside - - the part of the platform housing the accommodation block, helipad, as well as drilling and other operational areas - of the first of them, the Delta, in a matter of weeks.
In August 2016, Pioneering Spirit completed its first commercial project, removing the 13,500-tonne Yme oil platform topside for Repsol in the Norwegian North Sea.
For the installation of the 18,500 metric ton topside onto the substructure, we have been contracted to supply six sets of leg mating units and the same amount of deck support units."