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Jan. 5, 2022


Power problems on Shell’s giant Prelude gas vessel in December with almost 300 workers onboard risked the “catastrophic failure” of parts of the ship’s structure, according to a report by the offshore safety regulator. While the crew off the WA coast battled in tropical heat without air conditioning or ventilation to restore power, the steel spine of the vessel was cooling towards a point where it could have lost the strength to support the 80,000 tonnes of gas processing equipment on top of the 488 metre-long vessel.

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